315 water fall Wine Cellar Design Photos

Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Queen's Lane Wine Silo
Ideabooks6,103
Questions3
love the wire racks of wine! would be ideal for the water fall wine cellar under the staircase
“stairs” — Ashlynn Cakerice
Tremmel Design Group
Three Peaks Residence
Ideabooks672
Questions0
and have a water fall covering a door way.
Love the columns and water feature
water interior stairs...Beautiful water feature!...Indoor water feature!...water feature...How cool is that water?...Like the water idea...Water feature?...Interesting water detail...jm likes water feature
“Wine rack” — brad21589
Wine Racks America
8 Reviews
Customer Cellars
Ideabooks5
Questions0
water fall
“water fall” — TLD Build
Loudon County Interior Designer - Best of Houzz 2015
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Pinnacle Architectural Studio
1 Review
04115_Private Residence
Ideabooks11
Questions0
Water fall
“Water fall” — valentinadlp
Joseph and Curtis Custom Wine Cellars
57 Reviews
Contemporary Wine Cellar
Ideabooks224
Questions0
Water fall at steps
“floor” — sierra777
David Giral Photography
3 Reviews
Contemporary Home - Boucherville
Ideabooks2,649
Questions5
I would like to know the complete mechanism and designing of the water body. Is it easy to maintain a water body such as this
Love the stepping floor above indoor water feature
That is an awesome indoor water feature.
wine room is center stage. It has a special water entrance. It's all glass. Beautiful. Well done!
“All the glass” — scsullimd
Brandon Architects, Inc.
11 Reviews
Bayshores Drive
Ideabooks19,553
Questions13
and budget. We have a project with a 3 story wall feature, where the water falls down the wall and into a stone collection area in the basement, creating
The fountain and any water feature can be incorporated into any space, It depends on preference and
“Vintage view racks in Platinum. Floor to ceiling mount. LED lights washing the stone walls!” — malibudarks
Gabriel Builders Inc.
12 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Ideabooks2,609
Questions3
simply sanding the water marked areas first. To my absolute SURPRISE, the stains were sanded out and no one could even tell that water had hit the wood
home causing a flood in our basement. The wine cellar was affected with water within the cellar as well as outside. After the flooring was ripped out
basement dried we were devastated to see our wine cellar wood stained with the water that had wicked up the door frame and threshold. We knew that it was going
“rack details” — rmickatsfent
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