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Design Seen: Ralph Lauren Home

  • Samantha Brooks

New York City
Crafted by hand from leather, walnut, and carbon fiber, the 18-piece Bond mixologist box is a refreshingly modern take on the traditional bar. The tabletop set includes a Laguiole paring knife and bottle opener, buffalo-horn garnish bowls, a hickory cutting board, a maple wood muddler, and an ebony wood corkscrew, as well as a silver-plated brass shaker, a bar spoon, a mixing glass, and a glass ice bucket. The design is limited to 50 pieces ($6,995 each). 888.475.7674, www.ralphlauren.com

 

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