Custom home design wrought iron door leading to beautiful wine cellar Foto de bodega mediterránea, de tamaño medio, con suelo de baldosas de cerámica, vitrinas expositoras y suelo naranja modelo 20 - compaq_1
Bella Vista Company
This home won the NARI Greater Dallas CotY Award for Entire House $750,001 to $1,000,000 in 2015. Imagen de bodega mediterránea, grande, con suelo de baldosas de terracota y suelo naranja
The existing space was modified for a wine cellar cooling system. The knotty alder wine racking accommodates single bottles, display rows, case shelves and diamond bins. A wine cellar ladder and custom wrought iron wine cellar doors finish the space.
This private residence is modeled after the working Palladian villas of the 16th century. This new home is carefully tucked into an agrarian vineyard setting at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Specific technical and aesthetic details were the result of careful research–both in the library and on the ground in Italy. Walls are plastered in marmorino (a centuries-old technique that adds marble dust to the plaster mixture) and the floors are covered in terra cotta tiles imported from Italy. Ceilings are vaulted plaster or wood timbers. The exterior is a traditional plaster that incorporates crushed brick and stone that compliments the Vicenza stone detailing at the porches and around the doors and windows. Skilled craftsman from Venice and Salerno were employed for the terra cotta, architectural stone, carved stone, roman brick, interior marmorino plaster and exterior stucco work.
Photo: Philip Beaurline
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