Pool House & Wine CellarContemporary Living Room, Nashville
Photo Credit: Kim Sargent
What Houzz contributors are saying:
This is probably the craziest application of a glass floor I found on Houzz, reminiscent of Philippe Starck's bar at the Hudson Hotel in New York. In both cases, a glass floor is combined with a whimsical design and some neoclassical elements. This house is interesting because of the space it overlooks.
This room has a serious wow factor that has made it pretty popular on Houzz: It has a glass floor that looks down to the basement wine cellar. My stomach might end up somewhere with the wine bottles if I looked down.See more of this modern-Gothic poolhouse
Jamie thought the cellar's design "would be so cool, why not have another way to view it?" Designing a wine cellar that is viewed from above meant making things look good from all angles. All wood had to be finished from above and the lighting wiring hidden away. Wine does not like light, so the glass floor has a retractable screen that closes when they aren't entertaining.