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    Sorry Ikea, but there's a new Nordic obsession on the horizon. Danish design company Tiger is officially heading overseas, and we can hardly wait for the Copenhagen import to invade our homes. Tiger, which is being rebranded as Flying Tiger in America and is set to open its first U.S. flagship U.S. in Flatiron this May, will be bringing adorable home goods and trinkets to midtown Manhattan. And, much of the stock is worthy of much more than what they cost. We know a bargain so close to ABC Home is hard to imagine, but believe it. The store prices mugs around $1.50; an impressive Yoko Ono coffee table book costs $15. 

    Tiger's e-commerce may not be available just yet, but that didn't stop us from perusing its whimsical stock to get a feel for what's in store at its upcoming New York location. Check out our favorites, from the amusingly frivolous to the cheerfully practical, before they arrive in brick and mortar. Think your hard-boiled eggs didn't need quirky stickers? Think again.



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