1,075 square bottle trap Home Design Photos

Shannon Malone
Backyard
Ideabooks20,056
Questions4
where can i buy the bottle lamp
Hey guys, someone made a similar one and explained how here: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/590584/How-did-you-make-those-bottle-lights-
Love the lamps from wine bottles
square version of light fixture above patio?
I love DIY'd used wine bottles. This is one of the best item I've seen so far.
A fixture made from bottles, old or new, absolutely nails my thesis that lighting makes or breaks a room. It’s hard to imagine anything that would dress and serve this outdoor table better than this bottle-happy chandelier.
“Planking table / bench” — Toby Perry
Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Ideabooks3,215
Questions4
A subterranean cellar could be just the ticket, allowing you to store a substantial number of bottles in an otherwise redundant space. Sleek, stylish and featuring a spiral staircase
ticket, allowing you to store a substantial number of bottles in an otherwise redundant space. Sleek, stylish and featuring a spiral staircase, an ingenious addition like this would surely make you the star of the dinner-party circuit
Whoooooa! Trap door wine cellar!
trap door down to storage room for wine cellar or bomb shelter:)
kitchen floor is an unobtrusive and functional way to stash your bottles. And fun, too!
A cool wine cellar. Outgrown your wine rack? A subterranean cellar could be just the ticket, allowing you to store a substantial number of bottles in an otherwise redundant space. Sleek, stylish and featuring a
“wine cellar” — lde66
jessop architects
Masons Ave wine cellar
Ideabooks4,258
Questions4
love the idea of a trap door down to wine cellar
eventually work to get this done. trap door in the bar and be surrounded by this
trap door wine cellar
The trap-door wine cellarHidden underground is an abundance of (probably very expensive) wine, temperature-controlled and accessible only via an automatic stairway
Trap door...garage trap door...trap 1...Trap door entry...Trap door basement
“Vi skal bygge vinkælder” — famkrogsgaard
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
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Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Displaying art collections
Ideabooks5,003
Questions6
Interior designer Tracy Murdock designed this special “bottle wall” to house her client’s special miniature alcohol bottles collected from around the world for over 20 years. The wall was built out to form the niches where special fluorescent lighting tubes were installed behind each section. The Back
Back wall is acrylic lined with rice paper. Then the acrylic “grids” were installed where there is a box for each bottle giving the effect that each is floating. Finally glass doors were installed to not only keep out the dust…but also “fingers” and to make the collection all the more important.
Cool to display spices in fancy bottles | Art always works
cooler than the interior design? The fact that this client saved miniature alcohol bottles for 20 years.
“Tall orchids as centerpieces” — mbolger
Crisp Architects
44 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks3,254
Questions3
I like the simple square racks! How big is each bin?
since a typical wine bottle is around 13" and they seem to come close to the end. We also have some of the Opus One crates which are entirely different size so it's nice to see how that was handled. Thank you!
Thank you. I was actually asking about the open bottle square bins though. I appreciate
Boxes and bottle mix. Space ontop of rack for boxes etc
storage for cased wine and bottles
with wine cellars store bottles in these boxes — it seems like such a waste of a good crate!
Boxed in. Incorporating wine crates into your wine cellar can break up a bottle-heavy scheme. This is also a practical idea for when you need to transport more than a few bottles upstairs when entertaining
“Cava” — paolafox
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,207
Questions2
you let your lawn grow taller, the roots will go deeper and the blades will shade the soil, trapping more moisture. Besides, doesn't the bench and grass area here look stunning? With lawns taking up the same square footage in the U.S. as New York state, we have to ask ourselves: Do we really need all of
you let your lawn grow taller, the roots will go deeper and the blades will shade the soil, trapping more moisture. Besides, doesn't the bench and grass area here look stunning? With lawns taking up the same square footage in the U.S. as New York state, we have to ask ourselves: Do we really need all of
“Bench” — Cherisse Profeta Lausier
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks5,105
Questions4
Antiques, including a pair of Portuguese eel traps hanging over the fireplace mantel, Chinese garden stools, a rustic mirrored cabinet, and French blown-glass demijohn bottles, add a patina of age.
of Portuguese eel traps hanging over the fireplace mantel, Chinese garden stools, a rustic mirrored cabinet, and French blown-glass demijohn bottles, add a patina of age.
awesome. tree in big bottle, table
“Living roon” — janehaas
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
The Wave House
Ideabooks23,041
Questions16
featuring black walnut and charcoal gloss millwork, also incorporating a concealed pantry and quartz surfaces. An impressive wine cooler displays bottles horizontally over steel and walnut, spanning from floor to ceiling. Features were integrated that capture the fluid motion of a wave and can be seen
Modular Arts wall panels, and stainless steel accents. The foyer and outer decks also display this sense of movement. At only 22 feet in width, and 4300 square feet of dramatic finishes, a four car garage that includes additional space for the client's motorcycle, the Wave House was a productive and rewarding
how many bottles does this showcase?
what is the light square on the floor in front of the wine storage?
“Wine cooler and bar” — ashishsachdev
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