At Kitsch Kitchen it is all about colour. Colourful products inspired by faraway countries and past times. This autumn we found our inspiration in West-Africa, Southeast Asia and, as always, in our beloved Mexico.
Within a few weeks time the full collection will be available in shops all over the world. For now we would like to give you a taste of what you can expect.
So, put on your coloured glasses and join us on a trip around the world!
Summer is never far away
Whether it is November or March, Kitsch Kitchen patterns bring out the summer in your home. Faraway countries, tropical colours, exotic plants and animals; these are the basic ingredients of our latest prints.
Otomí – inspiration from Mexico Flamingo Tropical – for jungalows
A match made in heaven
That is how we would describe our cooperation with the famous Swedish illustrator Ingela P. Arrhenius. The designs she has made for Kitsch Kitchen thus far – facevases Señor and Señora, candleholders Mexicana, Mariachi and Flamingo and the Mr. & Mrs. collection – are without exceptions great hits.
At the trade shows also her latest designs for Kitsch Kitchen were greeted with a lot of enthusiasm.
Vases ‘Bird’ Mugs Mr. & Mrs.
The designs of the Scottish illustrator Fiona Hewitt (former Wu & Wu) are a fantastic fusion of picture books from the sixties and graphic novels from Asia. Find the heart melting kids heroes she designed for us on melamine breakfast plates, a block puzzle, alarm clocks and beaded purses.