1,370 world of residence Wine Cellar Design Photos

Est Est, Inc.
5 Reviews
Old World Residence 1
Ideabooks24
Questions0
Old World Residence 1
Old World Residence 1
“nice floor look , a little green” — joesusan
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Wine Cellar
Ideabooks1,547
Questions3
Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Wine Cellar
This lower-level wine cellar was designed to capture the essence of an old-world Raskellar, with all the amenities of today's technology. From the locally reclaimed brick floor to the carvernous architecture and rustic furnishings, this space feels like a different place & time. The cleverly designed
“Brick work, room size space!” — karadimi
Old World Door
Wilson Residence
Ideabooks48
Questions0
Wilson Residence
Old World Door
“STAIRCASE” — cjpitcher
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Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Job's Peak Ranch Residence
Ideabooks3,268
Questions2
Job's Peak Ranch Residence
Mountain Residence...Old World Style
“Cell door” — pjw42680
Martin Manley Architects
8 Reviews
Luxurious Residence - Kitchen
Ideabooks322
Questions3
Modern old world...or whatever you want to call it. I love it!
Luxurious Residence - Kitchen
“Bar” — lidialp2
Cablik Enterprises
1 Review
Justice Kohlsdorf Residence Wine Cellar
Ideabooks4,688
Questions3
All the wine in the world
Justice Kohlsdorf Residence Wine Cellar
“Access” — mopoces
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Brodbeck
Ideabooks10,810
Questions7
old world look
The old world charm.
“wine cellar” — briansinclair
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
The Wave House
Ideabooks4,822
Questions6
restaurant, this wine cooler was placed with accents of warm walnut, steel and glass, blending seamlessly with finishes found throughout this private residence. A very impressive addition to the entrance area of this seaside home, it offers easy access to the wine collection from all living and dining areas
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restaurant, this wine cooler was placed with accents of warm walnut, steel and glass, blending seamlessly with finishes found throughout this private residence. A very impressive addition to the entrance area of this seaside home, it offers easy access to the wine collection from all living and dining areas
“Glass no hinges” — hsrefresh
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