Land of Nod Closes Stores, Maintains Web Presence


Land of Nod, the upscale children’s furnishing line owned by Northbrook, Ill.-based Crate & Barrel, has closed its retail stores, including three Chicago-area stores, as well as stores in Seattle and Natick, Mass. A store in Costa Mesa, Calif., remains open but will close by the end of May, according to Crain’s Chicago Business.

Land of Nod merchandise will be rolled out to 15 Crate & Barrel stores across the United States, while the company’s website and e-commerce presence will remain up and running.

This comes as Crate & Barrel and its German owner, Otto Group, rethink its physical store footprint, after closing the flagship Crate & Barrel on Michigan Avenue in Chicago to make way for the world’s largest Starbucks, and the Crate & Barrel on Madison Avenue in New York, which closed in 2015.

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