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About Kikkerland

Kikkerland Design is a super-creative chameleon sort of company: a design house that produces instant icons, from paper straws to music boxes to clocks, notebooks, head massagers, radios and toys with major kitsch appeal. Kikkerland’s story is as quirky as its creations: in 1992, founders Jan van der Lande and Kazumi Hayama set up shop in their home on the Upper West Side of Manhattan – a home that also happened to be a houseboat. The pair’s original focus was on importing great Dutch design (Kikkerland is an affectionate name for the Netherlands – it means, literally, frogland). Now the company partners with designers from around the world, who have created gadgets that make even the most utilitarian object a delightful discovery. Standouts include wall clocks by the legendary Milton Glaser, Chico Bicalho’s adorable Critter Windups, Solar Rainbowmakers by David Dear, the LEUCHTTURM1917 series of notebooks and journals, and sets of Invisible Playing Cards by Pieter Woudt, which were so phenomenally popular that the MoMA design store sold out of them on the first day!

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Sale Ended May 16, 2013

Schott Zwiesel & Fortessa - 5/13/2013

Stock your kitchen and bar with these timeless styles. Schott Zwiesel’s glassware is dashing and durable, a hybrid of clean, sculptural lines and industrial-strength glass. You needn’t fuss over these goblets and flutes: They’ll endure hundreds of stints on your table and inside the dishwasher. Complete your table with Fortessa's sleek, sophisticated dinnerware, flatware, and cutlery.

Sale Ended January 16, 2015

Parisian Loft: Decorative Accents

Standout styles with Gallic-inspired flair

Sale Ended April 12, 2015

Spring Dinner Party Must-Haves

Everything you need for a perfectly polished meal

Sale Ended January 25, 2014

Cocktail Hour

It’s 5 o’clock somewhere … which clearly means it’s time for a drink. We’ve got you covered not just with stylish glassware, but also with cocktail-themed art, sophisticated accents, and books that’ll inspire your inner mixologist.