Penny tiles are used behind the stained concrete bar to create a cool backsplash display with the alphabet. Rows of wine glass racks flank each side for the bartender's handy access. Black leather barstools pull up to the bar, which also features a sleek penny tile facade.
Frameless glass panels enclose the striking wine room in this lower-level entertainment space. A small tasting table wraps a structural column adjacent to the wine room, so guests can taste-test before selecting their drink of choice.
Glass details in this modern living area define the space and serve its main function of highlighting the spectacular ocean view. In a sitting room, four Mid-Century Modern chairs rest atop a neutral shag rug, offering a prime perch for enjoying the scenery. A unique glass-encased wine cellar divides the sitting room from the modern living room.
Who wouldn't crave this elegant butler's pantry that houses a complete array of wine and sundries? Mary DeWalt used this out-of-the-way spot to feature this clever repository, replete with wine, glasses, cabinet and counter space, all decked out in the dark wood she used in other areas of the home.
Located conveniently next to the kitchen, this butler's pantry keeps wine glasses stowed away behind pretty glass cabinets. A miniature refrigerator keeps wine chilled and ready for serving. An arabesque tile backsplash adds interest to break up the black cabinetry.
A large wine room houses a restaurant-worthy wine collection in this stylish, modern dining room. An abstract-patterned black and white rug cushions a gorgeous white marble dining table surrounded by black mesh chairs. Black pendant lights complete the decor and join the recessed lighting in illuminating the space.
In a corner of the dining room, a wet bar provides ample storage for dishes and serverware and also includes a built-in wine cooler and sink to make guests the perfect cocktail in one convenient place.
Glass drops on this elegant chandelier offer a stark juxtaposition to the surrounding lands of wine country seen through the oversized picture window in this stairwell. Designers Dawn Carlson and Carol Perry of MAS Design chose elements for this home that either complemented nature easily or strongly contrasted it.
This wine cellar features an arched brick lined ceiling and a generous wine selection enclosed by glass front cabinets. A branch-like chandelier and pair of matching sconces adds a rustic touch, while nailhead trim leather chairs line the wood dining table.
Storage isn't always about keeping things out of sight. This custom glass wine cabinet with refrigeration allows wine to be stored properly and tastefully while always being able to view what is on hand.
Art is showcased in the built-in niches of the white, paneled walls that surround this modern living room. Clear glass floors offer a view of the blue LED-lit wine cellar below, creating a truly one-of-a-kind space.
A small coat closet was torn out and revamped into this refrigerated wine cellar, complete with porcelain tiled surfaces that resemble wood texture and a chrome cable system that's suspended via bolts in the ceiling and floor. The 8-foot-tall entrance is outfitted with a commercial-grade glass door and chrome frame reminiscent of what's used for hotel elevators.
The stone walls in this large bar space give the feeling of a rustic wine cellar. Other unique features include rounded-corner wine shelves and storage, gorgeous hardwood floors and glass-front cabinets that expose beautiful glassware.