INSIDE: Roam the Gnome’s Complete Guide to the Iittala Outlet Store in Santa Claus Village
Did you know there’s an Iittala Outlet store in Santa Claus Village?
The Iittala Arabia store in Rovaniemi has a HUGE selection of Finnish design products in store from these Finnish brands at reduced costs:
Shop staff are friendly and ready to help you find that special something.
The stock is ever changing, so there’s no guarantee anything pictured here will be available during your visit, but you can be guaranteed there will be something equally fabulous.
Take a sneak peak below!
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- 1 IITTALA OUTLET Store Rovaniemi: All you need to know
- 2 Iittala Glass Birds by Toikka
- 3 Moomin glassware by Iittala
- 4 Moomin by Arabia
- 5 Moomin Children’s Set – Little My & Moomintroll
- 6 Moomin Milk Jug & Moomin Cutlery Sets by Hackman
- 7 Moomin Mugs
- 8 Moomin Minifigurines
- 9 Arabia Dinnerware
- 10 Arabia Collections by colour
- 11 Iittala Christmas Gifts & Books
- 12 Iittala Collective Tools and Kitchenware
- 13 Iittala Felt Bags
- 14 Fiskars
- 15 THE INSIDE SCOOP: Iittala Arabia Outlet Store Napapiiri
- 16 Where to find Iittala in Finland Santa Village
- 17 Toadstool Rating: Iittala Shop in Santa Village Rovaniemi
- 18 Looking for more shops & activities in Santa Claus Village?
IITTALA OUTLET Store Rovaniemi: All you need to know
Iittala is an iconic Finnish glassware company, founded in 1881.
Iittala has a strong focus on timeless design, evident in such ever popular glass pieces such as their iconic vases, and dishes.
In more recent times, Iittala has broadened their palette of materials, and now supplement their glassware creations with treasures made from ceramics, metal and wood including the popular and stylish cookware Tools designed by Björn Dahlström in 1998.
Iittala’s history is broad, with influences and input from many different talented designers from Finland.
(Interested and want to know more of the history of Iittala glassware? Click here to read about their many designers and creators involved in Iittala design over the years, and a timeline of growth and company change.)
Iittala Glass Birds by Toikka
A much coveted glassware collectible is one of the Birds by Toikka glass birds collection by Oiva Toikka.
Made since 1962, they continue to be in demand.
Moomin glassware by Iittala
In recent times, Iittala created a range of Moomin glass tumblers to accompany a range of ceramic Moomin plates, bowls and Moomin made by their sister company, Arabia.
Moomin by Arabia
Moominvalley characters were created by the author/illustrator Tove Jansson’s for her hugely popular Moomin tales stories.
Moomin trolls are one of Finland’s most famous exports, and anything featuring a Moomin character makes a unique and adorable souvenir from Finland for friends and family.
Arabia’s popular range of Moomin cups, bowls, plates, cutlery, and mugs can be found in the Iittala shop in Santa Village.
There’s a giant selection of designs to choose from, so there’s something for everyone.
Moomin Children’s Set – Little My & Moomintroll
Fingers crossed you can time your visit to the Iittala shop in Rovaniemi with a sale like this one so you can stock up on Moomin children’s dinnerware.
Moomin Milk Jug & Moomin Cutlery Sets by Hackman
All the iconic Finnish brands are in on the Moomin act.
Hackman created a cake server as well as Moomin Celebration Spoon Set.
(Muurla also makes Moomin enamel tumblers)
Muumi mugs come in all kinds of designs including:
- The Last Dragon
- The Golden Tale
- Night of the Groke
There’s also Arabia Moomin Mini Mugs.
If you have enough mugs in the cupboard, why not adopt a small ceramic Moomin character figure by Arabia.
Ceramic minifigurines , designed by Tuulikki Pietilä in the 1990’s, are lovingly made and painted by hand, so each one is unique.
Add one of these Moomin ceramic figures to your Moomin collection.
Start a new collection of dinnerware by choosing one of the many different Arabia tablewear designs, or mixing and matching your favourites.
Pictured above, bottom left, is the Tuokio design. Next to it, the Pastoraali plate, and then Esteri (the dark blue design, center bottom).
- coffee cups
- teacups and saucers
- breakfast bowls
- side dishes
- dinner plates
- oven mitts
- porcelain serving platters
- oval dishes
- gravy boats
Arabia Collections by colour
The shop is a wonder for the eye, with products grouped stylishly by colour or design.
Iittala Christmas Gifts & Books
Scattered around the shop, you’ll find miscellaneous items including design books, Iittala candle holder, and trinkets like these cookie cutters.
Iittala Collective Tools and Kitchenware
Have you ever seen such beautifully designed cheese slicers, serving spoons, salad server sets, and cake slices?
Put the Iittala Collective tools serving set on your wish list.
Iittala Felt Bags
Simple but stylish design never goes out of fashion.
Yet another brand with a connection to Moomin.
Everybody needs a pair of Moomin kitchen scissors, don’t you think?
These are the perfect gift for a dedicated but quirky foodie with a sense of humour.
THE INSIDE SCOOP: Iittala Arabia Outlet Store Napapiiri
Correct at time of publication on Roam the Gnome. Please check with venue for updates. We apologise in advance if there have been any changes we are unaware of. All prices in euro, unless otherwise stated
Iittala Opening Hours at Santa Village:
- Open Monday to Sunday 9am to 7pm
- Please note, hours of trading may be extended during the busy Christmas season.
- Hours subject to change without notice.
Where to find Iittala in Finland Santa Village
Iittala outlet Napapiiri is located in the Santa Claus Office building in the heart of Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi.
It’s as central as can be.
Toadstool Rating: Iittala Shop in Santa Village Rovaniemi
The only problem is getting our purchases back home without breakage or without exceeding our excess luggage limits! This Iittala shop is a delight.
Looking for more shops & activities in Santa Claus Village?
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