Introducing The KK Holiday Market
There is no need to stress about gifts this year. We all know that holiday shopping can frightening, disheartening and dreadful...but don't worry, I've got you.
For the first year ever, I've stocked the Showroom with a variety or work, from a variety of folks, to help make your gifts stand out. In addition to several KK Ltd. Edition pieces, I've brought in cookbooks from some of my favorite chefs, hand-crafted glassware, hand-crafted cutting boards and organic cotton napkins and tea towels to compliment our dinnerware. I think you're going to like all of it.
Also, we'll have special holiday hour this December, I'll be keeping the Showroom doors open Tuesday-Friday from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM and three Saturdays in a row, December 7, 14 & 21 from 12:00 - 4:00 PM, so those of you in Austin can get some last-minute shopping in.
KK Holiday Market
// Gary Bodker Glassware
I met Gary recently in NYC and immediately liked the clean lines and elegant form of his glassware. Each piece feels great in your hand. His work compliments our Gramercy Dinnerware and would be a beautiful addition to any table.
// Alabama Chanin Napkins & Towels
For the past few years, I’ve headed to Alabama every August for Billy Reid Shindig. I met Natalie Chanin there and fell in love with her mission to create thoughtfully-designed products with responsible production practices. I’m so excited to bring in her hand-sewn textiles made from organic cotton jersey for your kitchen and table.
// Magnus Lundström Cutting Boards
Good design is hard to achieve but easy to spot. When I came across these cutting boards, I liked the weight and shape, not to mention the native-pieces wood. They’ll be beautiful for cheese and charcutière trays. They’ll also be great to use for chopping veggies or carving roasted meat for your upcoming holidays.
// Cookbooks & Craft Books
From Austin local, Aaron Franklin's new cookbook Steak, to Alison Roman's Nothing Fancy and Adeena Sussman's Sababa, I collected some of my favorite cookbooks of the moment. Grab 'em while they're hot. I also threw in a few great books focused on craft/design for those of you who like to keep it analogue.
A few other important dates to note:
- Dinnerware orders - We are only accepting orders for dinnerware delivery in early 2020. If you're shopping for a gift, we can send a small plate as a placeholder for your full dinnerware order.
- Sunday, December 15 - Last day to order online for ground shipping before the holidays
- Wednesday, December 18 - Last day to order for 2-day shipping before the holidays
- We'll be closed - Week of Thanksgiving, Week of Christmas, Week of New Years