I remember that we have a list here in Home Design Lover that involve wine cellar that are positioned under the stairs. More than anything, I am amazed at people - designers and home owners alike who consider adding wine cellars under the stairs while others did not even think about it. Aside from making them cupboards, wine cellars are great alternatives, especially of you love wine and collect them. Adding a wine cellar in the kitchen is a great location since most of our food and beverage are there and accessing wine would be so much easier when it is just in the kitchen. From the looks of this wine closet, they really chose to use glass so that you can easily see which one to pick when you are planning to drink some wine or bubbly.
I like how the wooden features of the kitchen compliment with the gray floor tiles. There are also others elements here that made it look even lovelier like the pendant lights and the use of steel. This kitchen is a re-creation of a 1950’s home wherein architectural finishes, fixtures, and accessories were selected to marry the client's rustic, yet modern industrial style. Aside from wood, you can also see that this kitchen used bricks too for the walls. And it does look really nice making it appear very rustic!
Here is the black and white combination that I was telling you about. We'd be seeing a lot of this combo in this list and I think that you'd love them because these black and white combos are real nice and fancy - at least for the most part. Sample number two is quite simple but I think it looks real great! Another black and white combo with an L-shaped layout. The foot traffic in this kitchen is real sweet and I think with all the openings in this space, great lighting and ventilation is a great addition to this kitchen. Two things I love about this kitchen aside from the cabinets, are the ceiling and the flooring. How about you?