Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond: Boxed Set

Who needs jewelry when the box alone does the trick?
Display Boxes with Masculine Details

1. Nothing beats Hermès for its leather goods and trademark blankets, but even better is the rare vintage find, such as this circa-1970 bullet canister made from brass and polished stainless steel. $875, Jamie Herzlinger, 200 Lexington Ave., NYC, 212-582-2790.

2. Inspired by a Calvin Klein Collection runway clutch, the gunmetal Brilliant box—featuring a top overlaid with pavé-style crystals—is every fashion fanatic’s dream. $250, Calvin Klein Collection, 654 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-292-9000.

3. Designed by decorator Celerie Kemble, this chic catchall comprises a brass-accented black leather base capped off with a faux ostrich egg. $897, Lillian August, 12 W. 20th St., NYC,
212-206-1883.

4. Fashion meets home decor in Ralph Lauren’s Inez box, constructed of teak and nickel-plated brass with a dreamy top made from the designer’s Tatton Hall fabric in Dress White. $695, Ralph Lauren, 888 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-434-8000.

5. Who needs jewelry when the box alone does the trick? This sumptuous piece by designer Edwina Hunt is made from supple gray pig suede with silver and bone detail. $820, Edwina Hunt, 8 E. 63rd St., NYC, 212-308-1914.

A version of this article appeared in the March 2014 issue of New York Cottages & Gardens with the headline: Boxed Set.