Design Seen: Ralph Lauren

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    The Toby small teak lantern ($595) is one of more than two dozen items inspired by Ralph Lauren’s Montauk beach house in the new Point Dume collection. Other pieces in the coastally influenced line include rattan baskets, teak and leather serving boards, classic white dinnerware, and leather picture frames and desk accessories. 888.475.7674, www.ralphlaurenhome.com 

     

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