3,262 Mediterranean Wine Cellar Design Ideas
Morgan-Keefe Builders, Inc.
J. Weiland, Photographer
Chibi Moku - Architectural Cinema - Photo - 360
See the video for this project here - https://youtu.be/Zql9C-KBPCY
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
Dan Piassick, PiassickPhoto
Vivid Interior Design - Danielle Loven
Builder: Nor-Son Architect: Eskuche Design Interior Design: Vivid Interior Photography: Spacecrafting
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
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.
Samantha Friedman Interior Designs
Design Directives, LLC
This lovely home began as a complete remodel to a 1960 era ranch home. Warm, sunny colors and traditional details fill every space. The colorful gazebo overlooks the boccii court and a golf course. Shaded by stately palms, the dining patio is surrounded by a wrought iron railing. Hand plastered walls are etched and styled to reflect historical architectural details. The wine room is located in the basement where a cistern had been. Project designed by Susie Hersker’s Scottsdale interior design firm Design Directives. Design Directives is active in Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Sedona, and beyond. For more about Design Directives, click here: https://susanherskerasid.com/
PentaVia Custom Homes
This STELLAR wine room was designed by Vanguard Studio based in Austin, Texas. This wine room is in our 2018 Dream Home - a show stopping display with steal and glass doors/windows along with custom wine racks. A beautiful display. The light wood floors contrast the black steel.
Impluvium Architecture Location: San Ramon, CA, USA This project was a direct referral from a friend. I was the Architect and helped coordinate with various sub-contractors. I also co-designed the project with various consultants including Interior and Landscape Design Almost always, and in this case, I do my best to draw out the creativity of my clients, even when they think that they are not creative. This house is a perfect example of that with much of the client's vision and culture infused into the house.
Previously a half bath, tucked in between the kitchen and dining room, made it the perfect space and location to create this beautiful wine cellar.
Designs to Live With
We created this traditional wine room steel gate with a design inspired by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The design was fabricated in steel and then painted black . Inside the wine room custom made wine racks are on each side and the table for opening and tasting the wine is seen in the center back. Photography by Jeremy Groznik.