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May 16, 2013
Think beyond the glassware when stocking a bar area, we recommend fun trays, upscale cheese plates, and a casual wine-pourer.

Café Trays by David Rasmussen Design

Colorado-based designer David Rasmussen’s line of wooden café trays comes in maple or walnut with a neon trim. Carved with a CNC router and finished by hand, the trays are perfect for stacking and sharing appetizers $42 to $52 a piece.
 
Originally appeared in Cafe Trays by David Rasmussen Design
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modular wooden  wine rack

Hexa Stacking Wine Back from Crate & Barrel

Crate & Barrel’s geometric, walnut veneer wine rack can be added to as the wine collection grows… $25
Originally appeared in 10 Kitchen Counter Storage Solutions
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Uproot Wine

Uproot Wines uses a color bar to visually represent its sustainably-farmed Sauvignon Blanc’s tasting notes on the label, which makes it easier to identify tasting notes. $42
Originally appeared in Product Spotlight: Uproot Wines
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Anthropologie knife set

Imperial Cheese Knives from Anthropologie

These gold plated steel cheese knives from Anthropologie will add a modern Midas touch to any cheese board. $198
Originally appeared in Say Cheese!
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Wine Pourer from Normann Copenhagen

A combined stop and pourer, the cork, stainless-steel duo add extra panache without feeling stuffy. $29
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davd rasmussen cafe plate

Café Trays by David Rasmussen Design

Colorado-based designer David Rasmussen’s line of wooden café trays comes in maple or walnut with a neon trim. Carved with a CNC router and finished by hand, the trays are perfect for stacking and sharing appetizers $42 to $52 a piece.
 

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