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Vintage Makers, LLC
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Quarter Sawn Oak - Sandy Pond
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Quarter Sawn Oak - Sandy Pond
This custom designed quartersawn white oak wine cellar was designed, built and installed by Vintage Makers, LLC. This space is conditioned with Wine Guardian 1 ton air handler. All secondary display lighting is LED "tape" and controlled by a remote dimmer switch. Photos taken by Darren Wood
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Vintage Makers, LLC
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Quarter Sawn Oak - Sandy Pond
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Quarter Sawn Oak - Sandy Pond
This custom designed quartersawn white oak wine cellar was designed, built and installed by Vintage Makers, LLC. This space is conditioned with Wine Guardian 1 ton air handler. All secondary display lighting is LED "tape" and controlled by a remote dimmer switch. Photos taken by Darren Wood
Vintage Makers, LLC
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Quarter Sawn Oak - Sandy Pond
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Quarter Sawn Oak - Sandy Pond
This custom designed quartersawn white oak wine cellar was designed, built and installed by Vintage Makers, LLC. This space is conditioned with Wine Guardian 1 ton air handler. All secondary display lighting is LED "tape" and controlled by a remote dimmer switch. Photos taken by Darren Wood
Pearson Design Group
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Mirror Pond Lodge
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Mirror Pond Lodge
Pearson Design Group
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Design Build Consultants Inc.
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Octagonal Wine Cellar
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We design and build each humidor custom for each client. Sorry for the delay in answering your question!
Design Build Consultants Inc.
For back yard...Back yard
“Kitchen” — lizstorey
OMNIA Group Architects
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Wine Cellar
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belies the challenges faced during its conception. The beautiful, wooded site was steeply sloped requiring study of the location, grading, approach, yard and views from and to the rolling Pennsylvania countryside. The client desired an old world look and feel, requiring a sensitive approach to the extensive
living areas from the elaborate master suite. The lower level accommodates casual entertaining and an office suite with compelling views. The rear yard, cut from the hillside, is a composition of natural and architectural elements with timber framed porches and terraces accessed from nearly every interior
extensive program. Large, modern spaces could not add bulk to the interior or exterior. Furthermore, it was critical to balance voluminous spaces designed for entertainment with more intimate settings for daily living while maintaining harmonic flow throughout. The result home is wide, approached by a
“use of wood combined with stone and arches” — docbaney2014
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Traditional Home With Cottage Flair
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Who designed this great wine cellar? Was a company involved?
wine cellar was designed and built by Jeff Parsons of Fine Grain Woodworking (St. Philip's, Newfoundland, Canada). It is constructed of unfinished redwood.
PShann, I'm not sure who completed that wine cellar but we would be more than happy to provide you with a free, custom design: https://www.wineracks
Our wine cellar mostly for storage as drinking would be in back yard or house !!
“Bar” — Ahmet MeriƧ
Schrader & Companies
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Spur Road - Edina, MN
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flat screen television in the kitchen/family room, an expansive master closet, and a large laundry/crafts room with Romeo & Juliet balcony to the front yard. The gourmet kitchen features a custom range hood in limestone, inspired by Romanesque architecture, a custom panel French armoire refrigerator, and
An abundance of living space is only part of the appeal of this traditional French county home. Strong architectural elements and a lavish interior design, including cathedral-arched beamed ceilings, hand-scraped and French bleed-edged walnut floors, faux finished ceilings, and custom tile inlays add
sunken media area featuring a game room, 110-inch screen, and 14-foot granite bar. Story - Midwest Home Magazine Photos - Todd Buchanan Interior Designer - Anita Sullivan
“bar between game room and kitchen” — bonniesol
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