How to transform your guys only (or occasionally) secret space into something extraordinary

Edited by Matt Scanlon

Lithologie Granulite Whiskey Stones
Whiskey stones are very much a thing now, but few carry the history of these: dark granulite Hornblende, a 940 millionyear old metamorphic rock from the Trois Rivieres area in Canada. Each is finely crystalline, with a dark translucence and bursts of coppery color. Perfect for keeping a dram cold without watering it down. The set comes in a walnut case. $50

Military Altimeter Wall Clock
Made originally to supply military base mess halls, this nine inch timepiece is constructed using a sturdy, high impact polycarbonate case and features a silent sweep seconds hand. While the altimeter is non functional, it’s still a hell of a conversation starter. $48

1961 Ferrari 250 GT 1:8 Scale Model
From the deep blue Rob Walker racing livery to the plates, badging, leather bonnet straps, and blue interior, every detail of this model is handcrafted to be as faithful to the original as possible. It comes mounted on a display base protected by a clear acrylic cover, with the model title, original branding, and edition number displayed on a polished stainless steel plaque. The ultimate man cave ornament! $11,995

Northwell Spread

Wrensilva Loft Record Console Mid Century
Modern in style but with new century tech, this comes equipped with a 300 watt per channel Wrensilva amp, a beautiful belt drive turntable, and Sonos functionality for switching between streaming and vinyl. Optional matching monitors arrive on hand welded steel stands. North American Walnut and black acrylic accents. Each is made to order. $3,499

Rolex: The Impossible Collection
This hardbound work of art, published in 2018 by Assouline, is 200 pages of stunning illustrations and photography, along with chronicles of some of the most iconic watches in the brand’s rich history, from an Explorer worn during Sir Edmund Hillary’s expedition to Mount Everest in 1953 to the Chronograph worn by George Lazenby in the Bond flick, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Hand bound, with color plates that are hand tipped on each page of art quality paper, it’s packaged in a linen clamshell presentation case. $845

Stephen Kenn Inheritance Sofa
Mix some military inspired pieces into your cave repertoire. Available in two or three seat options, each made to order at Kenn’s Los Angeles studio. Features foam cushions wrapped in down, with support belts backed by black cotton webbing, black leather, and blackened steel buckles all atop a black steel frame. There’s a version made using vintage military canvas (seen here), another in warm grey wool from U.S. manufacturer, Faribault Woolen Mills,, with charcoal cotton webbing support belts, cognac leather, and antique nickel buckles. $6,000 plus

Whiskey Vault
This provides new heights of security for prized bottles. Featuring solid steel plate construction, a bulletproof front window, an electronic lock system (accessed via a PIN code and secured by three 25mm vault door style locking bolts), and a tri spoke handle machined from aircraft aluminum. Sitting atop a burnt teak cabinet, it holds up to 21 bottles the cabinet below up to 21 more of less exalted daily sippers, plus space for glassware. Hand built to order. $5,500

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