• Seletti
    @seletti
    Since its establishment by Romano Seletti in 1964, Seletti has distinguished itself with its tendency for innovative solutions for necessary household objects, including tabletop items and kitchenware, furniture, and storage accessories. Each product in the Italian brand’s line is defined not only by its function, but also by its style—which is often playful and clever and can even disguise the primary purpose of the product. The result is an assortment of designs that is visually arresting, creative, and useful, and will make a strong statement in any interior.
  • Klong
    @klong
    Klong is a Swedish furniture and homewares maker that values surprise and unexpected experiences. Their name is onomatopoeic, referencing a clanging sound, expressing that desire to surprise and deliver the unexpected in their brand name. They seek to combine functionality, material, and shape to create a product that is both valuable and hard to get tired of. They produce furniture pieces, lighting, decorative items, kitchenware, cuttlery, and more.
  • Niels Datema
    @nielsdatema
    Niels Datema is a product designer, designing kitchenware, glassware, lighting, and furniture. He founded his own studio in 2012 and graduated from the Design Academy of Eindhoven in 2013. Datema is focused on bringing new materials and production techniques into his projects.
  • Bialetti
    @bialetti
    Bialetti was founded in Italy in 1919 by Alfonso Bialetti. In 1933, they introduced the Moka Express, their iconic stove top espresso maker, and their Rondine aluminum saucepans were added in 1947. Today, the firm designs and manufactures kitchenware including Espresso makers, pans and cookware, and cups.
  • Magisso
    @magisso
    Magisso is a Finnish production house for Scandinavian design and innovations in kitchenware. They seek to solve problems with their products, with a balance of function, unique design, and user-friendliness. Their first products were the Magisso Cake Server and the Magisso Magnetic Kitchen Cloth Holders.
  • Mepra
    @mepra
    The three Prandelli brothers, Bortolo, Francesco and Giovanbattista, built their first factory in 1901, directly beside the river in Lumezzane, Italy. This allowed them to run machinery by use of a water mill. They worked metals as subcontractors and as primary manufacturers during the 30’s and World War II. After the war, it was necessary to reconvert their production and the three sons of Giovanbattista founded Mepra in 1947. Mepra stands for “Metallurgica Prandelli” and its founders were the three brothers Pietro, Felice and Giacomo. They built a new and modernized plant in the upper side of the valley to produce aluminum and brass flatware. These raw materials were available in great quantities after the war. Each of the three brothers was responsible for a different function: Giacomo for the production, Felice for the Sales, and Pietro, who was previously a school teacher, for accounting. In 1950 the Prandelli brothers decided to convert the production to 18/10 stainless steel. This move was highly successful. In the following twenty years, the company grew continuously and extended the range to include holloware and kitchenware.
  • Brabantia
    @brabantia
    Brabantia started in 1919 as a 15 employee factory in the Dutch town of Aalst. From the beginning, their mission was to create lasting products designed to retain their function and beauty for up to 20 years. They introduced the pedal wastebasket to the market in 1947. Today, their product line includes a wide range of products including waste baskets, food storage, cookwares and kitchenwares, laundry products, and bathroom accessories.
  • Core Bamboo
    @corebamboo
    Core Bamboo is an eco-friendly kitchenware and houseware company. They make a wide range of bowls, bakeware, trays, utensils, decor items, and other homewares in sustainable bamboo. The products are food-safe and FDA approved. The bamboo they use is 100% organically grown, the adhesives are water-based and food safe, and the finishes are based on top grade natural oils.
  • Spoon Sisters
    @spoonsisters
    Spoon Sisters was a gift company started by two sisters. They originally started their business as a catering and party planning company back int he late 1970's, and worked together on a number of different creative ventures. They launched Spoon Sisters to sell giftwares and kitchenwares that ranged from classic to kitsch, funny to functional. The company closed in April 2013.
  • Joseph Joseph
    @josephjoseph
    Twin brothers Richard and Antony Joseph founded Joseph Joseph in 2003, combining their respective experience in product design and business – Antony studied design at Central St Martins while Richard studied business at Cambridge University. Specializing in contemporary kitchenware, Joseph Joseph is now internationally recognized for producing some of the most stylish and technically innovative products available, and has become one of the fastest growing companies in the worldwide homewares market. Their unique ability to match form and function has earned them global recognition for their multi-award-winning designs.
  • David Mellor Design
    @david_mellor_design
    Who we areDavid Mellor Design operates on the simple principle that well-designed equipment can improve your life.The company was set up by David Mellor, Royal Designer for Industry. Mellor is a key figure in British design with an international reputation as designer, manufacturer and shopkeeper. Born in Sheffield, he has always specialised in metalwork and he is particularly famous for his cutlery design. David Mellor cutlery is manufactured in a purpose-designed modern factory in the Peak District National Park. The Round Building, designed by Sir Michael Hopkins, has won numerous architectural awards. The famous David Mellor shop in Sloane Square, London, and the Country Shop alongside the factory at Hathersage in Derbyshire, sell a professional collection of kitchenware and tableware, expertly selected for those who love to cook and eat. The full range of David Mellor products is available online.
  • David Mellor
    @david_mellor
    Who we areDavid Mellor Design operates on the simple principle that well-designed equipment can improve your life.The company was set up by David Mellor, Royal Designer for Industry. Mellor is a key figure in British design with an international reputation as designer, manufacturer and shopkeeper. Born in Sheffield, he has always specialised in metalwork and he is particularly famous for his cutlery design. David Mellor cutlery is manufactured in a purpose-designed modern factory in the Peak District National Park. The Round Building, designed by Sir Michael Hopkins, has won numerous architectural awards. The famous David Mellor shop in Sloane Square, London, and the Country Shop alongside the factory at Hathersage in Derbyshire, sell a professional collection of kitchenware and tableware, expertly selected for those who love to cook and eat. The full range of David Mellor products is available online.
  • Philipp Beyeler
    @philipp_beyeler
    Award-Winning Designer Philipp BeyelerWinner of numerous international design awards, the Swiss designer Philipp Beyeler brings a new approach to the world of kitchenware. His designs include the colorful Kuhn Rikon Hotpan Cook & Serve Set, winner of three international awards: the 2008 Design Plus Award, the Good Design Award and the iF Product Design Award 2007. The 2008 Design Plus Award was also given to his designs for the Kuhn Rikon Easy-Squeeze Garlic Press and Kuhn Rikon Nonstick Knives Colori, which also received the Grand Prix de L'Art de vivre in Paris. Currently Beyeler is designing exclusively for Kuhn Rikon, including a collaboration with Kuhn Rikon USA to create products that will capture the imagination of the American market. Kuhn Rikon is the #1 brand of Swiss cookware and cooks' tools, marrying Swiss design with American ingenuity to make cooking seriously fun.
  • Sur La Table
    @sur_la_table
    The first Sur La Table store opened in Seattle's Pike Place Market in 1972 selling hard-to-find kitchenware imported from France. Since then the company has expanded to more than 75 stores nationwide, a direct-mail business distributing millions of catalogs each year, an e-commerce site, a gift registry, and a cooking class program. Sur La Table continues to carry many of the same products from France that it carried when it opened, but now offers tools from around the world to prepare any cuisine. Sur La Table remains committed to its roots by continuing to provide exceptional customer service and a broad assortment of premium-quality products. Sur La Table headquarters are located in Seattle, Washington.