iittala has always been a popular dinnerware brand with Didriks customers, and collectors look forward every year to the seasonal reds in the iittala Taika and Teema dinnerware lines.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Didriks recently announced new fall and winter seasonal items from iittala are now available online and in-store. The Finnish manufacturer and design powerhouse for the home is well known for unique glass and tableware designs. Each winter they offer select items in bold holiday reds for the holiday shopping season.
“iittala has always been a popular dinnerware brand with Didriks customers, and collectors look forward every year to the seasonal reds in the iittala Taika and Teema dinnerware lines. This year, we are excited to offer the new Sarjaton collection of holiday reds as well,” stated Jonathan Henke, owner of Didriks.
Founded in 1881, the well-known Finnish design brand has always specialized in glassworks. Each product not only showcases tasteful contemporary design, but often offers multifunctional purpose in the home. Over the years a wide variety of designers worldwide have contributed to the successful glassware, dinnerware and home decor lines.
For more information on the iittala products Didriks carries, please visit: http://www.didriks.com/iittala/.
Didriks helps customers create inspired home environments with their collection of home furnishings, accents, and outdoor furniture. Didriks provides attentive, personalized service, and free shipping. Didriks offers teak and stainless steel outdoor furniture by Barlow Tyrie, and also carries Belgian linen from Libeco Home, American-made blankets from Brahms Mount, mats by Chilewich, dinnerware, home furnishings and cookware from Simon Pearce, iittala, Heath Ceramics, Match Pewter, Alessi, Mauviel, Jars Ceramics, Revol, David Mellor, Schott Zwiesel, Pillivuyt and other fine brands for the home.
For more information, call 617-354-5700, see the showroom at 190 Concord Ave on Observatory Hill in Cambridge, MA (M-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, Sun 11-5). Visit their website at http://www.didriks.com.