The Land of Nod to Open NYC Pop-Up Shop

NEW YORK-The Land of Nod, the multi-channel retailer for baby and kids' furniture, bedding, accessories and toys, will open its first brick-and-mortar shop in New York City with the debut of a pop-up Holiday Toy Shop in November.


"I'm so excited to bring the Holiday Toy Shop to life," said Michelle Kohanzo, managing director of The Land of Nod, a division of Crate and Barrel. "Opening a store in New York City has always been a dream for us; New Yorkers have supported The Land of Nod since the company's first year. We hope shoppers will bring their children and enjoy The Land of Nod in person."

Over 3,200 square feet will be filled with exclusive assortment of children's toys and holiday decor and will host children's events each week such as book readings and DIY crafts. The Land of Nod Toy Shop, located on on Prince St. in SoHo, will be open Nov. 2-Dec. 31. Prices will range from $1.95 to $349.

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