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Buckhead Client's Ski Retreat - New Construction
Buckhead Client's Ski Retreat - New Construction
New Mood Design LLC
Level One: Our goal was to create harmony of colors and finishes inside and outside the home. The home is contemporary; yet particular finishes and fixtures hint at tradition, especially in the wine cave. The earthy flagstone floor flows into the room from the entry foyer. Walls clad in mountain ash stone add warmth. So does the barrel ceiling in quarter sawn and rift American white oak with natural stain. Its yellow-brown tones bring out the variances of ochers and browns in the stone. To maintain a contemporary feeling, tongue & grove ceiling planks are narrow width and closely set. The minimal wine rack has a diamond pattern that repeats the floor pattern. The wine barrel table and stools are made from recycled oak wine barrels. Their circular shapes repeat the room’s ceiling. Metal hardware on barrel table and stools echo the lighting above, and both fuse industrial and traditional styling, much like the overall room design does. Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego
Modern Hacienda in Arcadia
Modern Hacienda in Arcadia
La Casa Builders Inc.
Dino Tonn Photography
Foto de bodega mediterránea extra grande con suelo de madera oscura y botelleros
Newport Beach - Belcourt Remodel
Newport Beach - Belcourt Remodel
David A. Kaech & Associates, Inc.
Wine Cellar - Remodel Photo by Robert Hansen
Ejemplo de bodega mediterránea extra grande con suelo de piedra caliza, vitrinas expositoras y suelo beige
Wine Cellar | Anthem | 03101 by Pinnacle Architectural Studio
Wine Cellar | Anthem | 03101 by Pinnacle Architectural Studio
Pinnacle Architectural Studio
Foto de bodega mediterránea extra grande con botelleros, suelo de ladrillo y suelo beige
Bel Air, MSH Design
Bel Air, MSH Design
MSH Design, Inc.
California Homes
Foto de bodega mediterránea extra grande con suelo de baldosas de terracota, botelleros y suelo rojo
Wine Cave
Wine Cave
Reyes Landscape Construction
This wine cave was engineered. Built with concrete walls, the exterior has natural head sized stones veneered on to the concrete. The doors are heavy timber with large metal hinges and latches. Accented with a simple concrete bench
Desert Retreat at Silverleaf
Desert Retreat at Silverleaf
Drewett Works
The genesis of design for this desert retreat was the informal dining area in which the clients, along with family and friends, would gather. Located in north Scottsdale’s prestigious Silverleaf, this ranch hacienda offers 6,500 square feet of gracious hospitality for family and friends. Focused around the informal dining area, the home’s living spaces, both indoor and outdoor, offer warmth of materials and proximity for expansion of the casual dining space that the owners envisioned for hosting gatherings to include their two grown children, parents, and many friends. The kitchen, adjacent to the informal dining, serves as the functioning heart of the home and is open to the great room, informal dining room, and office, and is mere steps away from the outdoor patio lounge and poolside guest casita. Additionally, the main house master suite enjoys spectacular vistas of the adjacent McDowell mountains and distant Phoenix city lights. The clients, who desired ample guest quarters for their visiting adult children, decided on a detached guest casita featuring two bedroom suites, a living area, and a small kitchen. The guest casita’s spectacular bedroom mountain views are surpassed only by the living area views of distant mountains seen beyond the spectacular pool and outdoor living spaces. Project Details | Desert Retreat, Silverleaf – Scottsdale, AZ Architect: C.P. Drewett, AIA, NCARB; Drewett Works, Scottsdale, AZ Builder: Sonora West Development, Scottsdale, AZ Photographer: Dino Tonn Featured in Phoenix Home and Garden, May 2015, “Sporting Style: Golf Enthusiast Christie Austin Earns Top Scores on the Home Front” See more of this project here: http://drewettworks.com/desert-retreat-at-silverleaf/
Private Residence Wine Cellar
Private Residence Wine Cellar
Lawler Design Studio, Inc.
Photo Credit - Lori Hamilton
Diseño de bodega mediterránea extra grande con botelleros y suelo de madera clara
Broken Arrow
Broken Arrow
Bella Vista Company
Shoot2Sell 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
Rustic Wine Cellar & Tasting Room
Rustic Wine Cellar & Tasting Room
KW Designs
Chipper Hatter
Ejemplo de bodega mediterránea de tamaño medio con botelleros y suelo de baldosas de porcelana
DC Ranch
DC Ranch
Sanctuaries Interior Design
Pam Singleton | Image Photography
Imagen de bodega mediterránea grande con suelo de ladrillo, botelleros y suelo multicolor
European Crossroads
European Crossroads
Guided Home Design
Wine Cellar Designed by: Guided Home Design Joe Cotitta Epic Photography joecotitta@cox.net:
Ejemplo de bodega mediterránea extra grande con suelo de madera oscura y vitrinas expositoras
Chateau Herbe - Wind Cave
Chateau Herbe - Wind Cave
Western Design International
wine cave Mazor
Foto de bodega mediterránea grande
Lake Minnetonka New Construction
Lake Minnetonka New Construction
Vivid Interior Design - Danielle Loven
Builder: Nor-Son Architect: Eskuche Design Interior Design: Vivid Interior Photography: Spacecrafting
Diseño de bodega mediterránea de tamaño medio con suelo de piedra caliza y botelleros
Villa Montana
Villa Montana
Interior Selections Austin
Twist Tour
Ejemplo de bodega mediterránea grande con suelo de ladrillo y botelleros
Grand Prato Estate
Grand Prato Estate
Design West
Custom designed wine cellar, with barrel brick ceiling detail
Ejemplo de bodega mediterránea extra grande con suelo de mármol, botelleros y suelo beige
Cigar Lounge Man Cave
Cigar Lounge Man Cave
PentaVia Custom Homes
An extraordinary man cave! A cigar lounge with a built-in marble exterior humidor. This is the ultimate man cave the cigar lover. A cool hangout with shou sugi ban walls and Hudson Valley Lighting sconces. A wall-mounted television and box windows to let in the natural light.
Wine Grotto Created From Unused Closet
Wine Grotto Created From Unused Closet
By Design Interiors, Inc.
An unused small home office was transformed into haven in a suburban Texas home. For this space, function came first and the aesthetics were layered in. If a project does not meet its intended purpose, it is not successful. Incorporating the couples love of Argentina, bottle count, display appeal, case storage, and the ability to maintain a 55-degree environment were all design considerations. Specialized craftsman were hired to help with cooling, insulation, placement of the condenser, etc. An expert carpenter contributed his expert skills and knack for creating storage solutions. Strong beams were used to highlight the tiled ceiling and create an authentic grotto look. Pebble flooring adds to the Old World feel. Stone walls and herringbone ceiling lend an aged element. A medallion carefully selected from a little known source in Argentina is the centerpiece of the room; its pattern and color blends with the rest of the home’s decor and the inlaid glass tile adds shimmer. Double-paned iron and glass doors seal the room and create an entry of interest.
Wine Cellar - Designer Inspired and custom built by talented client.
Wine Cellar - Designer Inspired and custom built by talented client.
Red Fox Design
Closet converted into wine storage room. Designer inspired and client installed. Photo by Red Fox Design
Ejemplo de bodega mediterránea pequeña con suelo de baldosas de cerámica, botelleros y suelo beige

178 fotos de bodegas mediterráneas

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