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JM & Sons Wall Wine Rack

JM & Sons are furniture crafters from Toronto, Canada. Each of their minimal creations is built by hand with locally sourced, reclaimed wood and raw metals, they strive to make sure each piece retains a bit of that natural ruggedness. Their stylish Wall Wine Rack is handcrafted with salvaged wood and finished in gunmetal black, it is designed fit three of your favorite bottles of wine and can easily be stacked to display your precious collection.



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BACKYARD ROOM

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SPROUT | A PENCIL THAT GROWS

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