Rustic Wine Cellar, Toronto
One of the best pieces from this manor restoration. The doorway and stairwell were covered by the previous owners and not in current drawings when we began work, so were discovered by our carpenters as we worked through the basement. The shelving in this cellar was made from wood we salvaged from the old floor joists pulled out of areas needing repair. The door also made from salvaged wood within the house, and features a centrepiece with the home's original owner's name scratched into the wood. The wine rack was actually made from new pine by one of our carpenters and was cut and stained to match the reclaimed wood.
Mid-sized mountain style concrete floor wine cellar photo in Toronto with storage racks
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