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Free-spirited. Colorful. Ethnically inspired. A proud collector of accessories and artifacts from flea markets around the world. If any of these characteristics describe you, then you are most likely Bohemian, at least in the sense of general design aesthetic. The actual word is used to describe people who have unconventional social habits — and think

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With the children out of the house, Neil Frieser wanted to transform his Stamford, Ct., basement from a kids’ playroom into an entertaining mecca for the adults. He just needed to add some vino, colorful LEDs, and a stylish area to sit and enjoy his wine-focused adult play area. “I wanted a fancy place to

In episode #4 of Wine and Design, We pop into Bar Helix, a haute new wine bar in the RiNo neighborhood of Denver to speak with somm/owner Kendra Anderson about the restaurant design and all sorts of naughty treats like waffles made from tator tots, burgers, and more. What’s in the glass: 2013 Cruse Wine

While February is a short month it still has brought us a half-dozen wine cellars we LOVE on Instagram. Who do you want to share your #winewall #winecellar and #winerack design with? Or maybe it’s all yours… that’s called self-love. Need more? Let us help? 6. An Aquarium For Wine VintageView certified designer Heritage Vine has taken the

In episode #3 of Wine and Design, Jacob tastes through selections from three wine clubs — Gary Vee’s Monthly Wine Club, Cline Cellars Half Swing Wine Club, and Naked Wines — showing each’s unique way of getting tasting bottles to your doorstep. What’s in the glass: ’16 Anderson Conn Valley chardonnay (Napa) via GaryVee’s Monthly

From the Boston Globe to Restaurant Hospitality magazine and the Houston Chronicle, writers throughout the country are showcasing one of the hottest trends in restaurant design: the addition of wine lockers (and the ROI-driven value of the wine locker programs that drive repeat customers). With the recent launch of Case & Crate — a modular,

In episode #2 of Wine and Design, Jacob sits down with friend, winemaker, and neighbor Paul Bonacquisti at his namesake winery in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Denver to discuss the wild ride of making Colorado wine in a gritty part of Denver. What’s in the glass: 2016 Bonacquisti Wine Co. Cabernet Franc (Grand Valley, Co) <<

In the first episode of Wine and Design, Jacob and Megan sit down at the VintageView HQ bar to discuss traditional, modern, and transitional wine cellar design. What’s in the glass: 2016 Gundlach Bundschu Mountain Cuvee (Sonoma) Episode 2: Local Wine is Good Wine >> All Wine & Design episodes

From the looks of it, everyone is starting the New Year off right. There’s some serious #winewall #winecellar and #winerack design inspiration on Instagram this month. Need more? Let us help? 7. Wine Cellar Done Right, Exactly The Roundabout show home in Park City, Ut., is giving potential home owners wine display-envy from the get go. Wine display features Wall Series

Let the start of 2018 ignite your creativity, and help you refresh and renovate your living space. Once the black sheep of the house, kitchens are now more than ever a focal role of the home. It’s the gathering place of family and friends, whether it be to start the day or wind down at the end of

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