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Photo By: Ebby Halliday Realtors, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
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Mediterranean-Style Wine Bar Under the Stairs
Dark wood cabinets with wine racks transform the small space underneath the stairs into a full-fledged wine bar. The dining room is situated conveniently on the other side of the interior window, making dinner parties and gatherings a breeze. Stone floors and wrought ion railing add Mediterranean flair.
A neutral toned Tuscan wine cellar has tile floors and a table and chairs with brown leather seat cushions. The table and chairs make it possible for entertaining to take place in the cellar, in addition to wine tasting.
Mediterranean Wine Cellar With Tasting Table and Brick Ceiling
This rustic wine cellar features glass front cabinets, showing off a floor-to-ceiling wine collection. A branch-like chandelier hangs from a brick-lined ceiling, while a dark wood tasting table sits at the center. Leather wrapped dining chairs are positioned around the table.
Master Closet: Waterfront Mansion Featured in Kourtney and Kim Take Miami
This Miami mansion's master suite features an enormous closet with rich wood cabinetry, a central island and plenty of hanging and shoe storage. Known as Palazzo di Mare, the home was rented by socialite sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian while they filmed their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.
This sunken wine cellar is a completely hidden room that can't be seen from anywhere within the home — large wooden bookcases in the hallway conceal it. Once the homeowners invite you in, the curved steps leading down into the room will keep you in suspense until you come around the corner. What a nice surprise!
Mediterranean Wine Cellar With Brick Ceiling and Glass Front Cabinets
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.
The rough-hewn walls and brick ceiling lend an old-world elegance to this sitting area off the wine cellar in this 11,400-square-foot California estate. Sleek glass doors and a chic bar cart bridge the old with the new and give a nod to the home's contemporary interior design. A lantern overhead fits the nature of the space.
To accommodate this large home and all its guests, a spacious laundry room is necessary to keep all the home's spaces clean and bright, and with the colorful arabesque tile backsplash, the useful space becomes a stylish addition to this Mediterranean home.