When I first caught a glimpse of the photos below, I thought this amazing looking wine cellar was part of a fancy night club or restaurant. That was the inspiration Jamie Beckwith, an interior designer, used to design this 6 million dollar house for herself.
“She was largely inspired by lighting for this project and wanted to integrate into a residential space lighting in a way that is normally seen in a commercial space, such as restaurants or hotels. The wine cellar lighting gives a totally different effect and ambiance when LED lighting is utilized to illuminate the arched acrylic wine storage.” – Design Shuffle
The wine cellar was created using LED lights that shine through all the acrylic that houses the wine, and the gothic arches. There is a sitting area above that has glass floors – giving unique views into the wine cellar below.
Located in Nashvile,TN, the house includes other extravagant design elements such as a 20 feet long, vertical chandelier.
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