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West 8th Street House
West 8th Street House
Tom Hurt Architecture
A storage room for the owner's wine collection, keeps it safe and on display.
French Country Estate
French Country Estate
VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
VanBrouck & Associates, Inc. www.vanbrouck.com photos by: www.bradzieglerphotography.com
Oak and Wrought Iron Custom Wine Cellar Door TX
Oak and Wrought Iron Custom Wine Cellar Door TX
Wine Cellar Specialists
"Coto" custom wine cellar door Texas in Oak, with a custom stain match. We installed operable wrought iron for ease of cleaning. The hand carved grapevine design added elegance to the entryway. The center of the door is comprised of dual pane glass. It prevents air/liquid/temperature filtration, and provides a nice view into the wine storage space. Wine Cellar Specialists 1134 Commerce Drive Richardson (972)454-0480 75081 https://winecellarspec.com/ info@winecellarspec.com Request a wine cellar design for free: http://www.winecellarspec.com/free-3d-drawing/
Wine Cellar
Wine Cellar
Renovation Artistry
Wine Cellar Photos:Rebecca Zurstadt-Peterson Wine Rack: Stellar Cellars
Wine Cellar
Wine Cellar
Renovation Artistry
Wine Cellar Photos:Rebecca Zurstadt-Peterson Wine Rack: Stellar Cellars
Concrete makes its way to top- Bar counter top
Concrete makes its way to top- Bar counter top
Professional Design Consultants
Concrete makes its way to top Polished countertops lend themselves to contemporary looks with traditional feel October 04, 2007|By Nzong Xiong, McClatchy-Tribune Newspapers Tony and Laurie Adamo of Fresno, Calif., needed a countertop for the bar in their game and bar room. But they didn't want just any kind of countertop. Tony Adamo's instructions to his interior designer, Linda Zoerb of Fresno: "I told her to design it and stay away from my taste because I'm more conservative. I wanted something more fun." Concrete What she did was go with concrete. And after the concrete mixture was poured into a mold at the house and had hardened, Zoerb made a swirl design using gray and black pigment powder before it was sealed. "She did a great job," said Adamo, 56 and owner of All American Sports Fan stores in Fresno, Clovis, Calif., and other locations. "I love it. We entertain a lot, and it gets a lot of use." Concrete isn't just for floors. It also can be used for countertops. And if you want something custom, you can't beat concrete. Custom countertops The concept of using concrete for countertops has been becoming more popular, especially in the last five years, said Sergio Ilic, president of Heritage Bomanite in Fresno. His company has created concrete countertops since 1992. "At the time, it was one here and one there. ...Now, we do it on average about three a month." Evan Lloyd, owner of Solid Solutions Studios in Fresno, agrees. When he started his business in Los Angeles 10 years ago, concrete countertops were very popular there. Then he relocated to Fresno about four years ago. "We used to do one a month, and now we do three or four, which is about all we can handle," he said. What has some people eyeing concrete for countertops is its versatility. "We can really customize your countertop," Lloyd said. "It's not just a rock that's cut to fit; it's custom-made for that home." Concrete has its own unique appeal, said Zoerb, who owns Professional Design Consultants. "I think more people would be more open to it if they could see it, touch it and feel it," she said. "It's a really neat surface. There are so many applications for concrete, but it's not the first application that comes to mind when it comes to countertops." Concrete countertops tend to lend themselves to contemporary looks, she said. But, as Adamo's bar countertop demonstrates, they can have a slightly traditional feel, too. In this case, she accomplished the look by surrounding the countertop with traditional wood and copper cabinetry. "It needed to be playful, classy and functional," she said. Concrete countertops can come in solid colors or color blends. They can be acid-stained or dyed. They can have additional accents, such being inlaid with rocks, tile or shells. Recycled glass or rocks also can be mixed in with the concrete. Cutting-board space or metal bars for trivets can be included. They also can have muted, rustic-looking tops or glossy finishes.
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Nashville Wine Cellars
Hand forged Iron wine cellar entry door with beautiful grapevine details! Hand picked and hand chisled natural stone surround the iron door frame. Designed and Installation by Matthew Germano/Germano wine cellars All photo's are copyrights of GERMANO WINE CELLARS 2013 -Garett Buell / Showcase photographers
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Nashville Wine Cellars
Here are a few of the elements i used to create this one of a kind Closet converted into a custom wine cellar. Refrigerated wine cellar, Iron wine cellar door with insulated glass, Custom made wine racks, Custom made wine cabinetry, Hand chisled stone columns, Lighted wine bottle displays, Lighted Art niche, Vaulted barrel brick ceiling, Hand made wood beams, Cellar Pro split cooling system. All photo's are copyrights of GERMANO WINE CELLARS 2013 -Garett Buell / Showcase photographers
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Nashville Wine Cellars
Simitry is a staple in most of my designs, I also love to create focal points, general I will build some type of lighted display area on the back wall of the wine cellar. The display will often vary in size depending on the size of the room you have. It can be made from wood or as shown here from stone. Custom artwork is what I generally display in these lighted niches, in this case I took a rather old cast metal sheild and created a custom logo for the client. He was very pleased with the final result! This entire room was design and built by Matthew Germano/Germano Wine Cellars All photo's are copyrights of GERMANO WINE CELLARS 2013 -Garett Buell / Showcase photographers
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Nashville Wine Cellars
Here are a few of the elements i used to create this one of a kind Closet converted into a custom wine cellar. Refrigerated wine cellar, Iron wine cellar door with insulated glass, Custom made wine racks, Custom made wine cabinetry, Hand chisled stone columns, Lighted wine bottle displays, Lighted Art niche, Vaulted barrel brick ceiling, Hand made wood beams, Hand chisled granite counter tops,Cellar Pro split cooling system. All photo's are copyrights of GERMANO WINE CELLARS 2013 -Garett Buell / Showcase photographers
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Closet converted into a Custom Wine Cellar
Nashville Wine Cellars
The original closet had a standard 8 foot drywall ceiling. I first demoed the old drywall ceiling.Then I built a temporary scafold platform about 24 to 30 inches off the concrete floor.From the working platform I reframed the new barrel ceiling and installed all the brick and grout for the new vaulted barrel arch detail. You will also notice that both the hand made oak wood beam have LED up lighting.The up lighting is controlled like all the other lighting in the cellar by its own dimmer switch controll! All photo's are copyrights of GERMANO WINE CELLARS 2013 -Garett Buell / Showcase photographers
Fox Chapel Wine Bar
Fox Chapel Wine Bar
NOTION, LLC
Notion, LLC Designer: Natalia Dragunova Photographer: Craig Thompson
Danmark
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