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Miina Äkkijyrkkä, Marimekko, made in Finland, Iltavilli - Kevätjuhla - lehmät.

Marimekko's spring/summer 2014 interior decoration collection.

Marimekko's spring/summer 2014 interior decoration collection, I really like this design as the contrast between the coloured flowers and the linear monochrome is quite startling

Aiheeseen liittyvä kuva

Featuring abstract bee homes, the name of this pattern means "beehive" in Finnish.


Marimekko’s Urna is a beautiful, cylinder-shaped vase that was designed by Carina Seth-Andersson. Due to its generous size, the vase is ideal for large displays and flower arrangements.

Marimekko's Kaiku design, another one of my favorites!

Marimekko Kaiku Green / Blue Fabric Repeat Maija Louekari's Kaiku print can easily be made into a stunning wall-hanging or duvet cover. With a lovely birch tree amidst a stunning, spring landscape, the colors of the Marimekko Kaiku Fabric Repe.

carta da parati MARIMEKKO 2 Jannelli e Volpi

One day I will have some Marimekko wall paper in my house! I've always loved this adorable cow print (Iltavilli) in green, but now I'm loving the pink!

Marimekko was set up for women and by women in 1951, and the bold, stylish, pattern-happy prints produced by the storied Finnish design house have been worn and cherished by women ever since. However, it didn’t become a popular favorite until the 1960’s, when Jackie Kennedy sported Marimekko shift d

Marimekko founder Armi Ratia (right) and a model in the late wearing one of the iconic, casual early designs of the company

Sadonkorjuu fabric by Marimekko

Sadonkorjuu fabric by Marimekko One of my favorite Finnish textile companies

Marimekko's olive green Urna vase

Ideas - Finnish Design Shop is a design shop specialized in Scandinavian, Finnish, Swedish and Danish design

Lokki-puuvilla (valkoinen,musta) | Kankaat, Puuvillakankaat | Marimekko. Marimekko.fi

Marimekko Lokki from Kiitos Australia. Have always loved Marimekko fabrics.

Maija Isola created the Kivet fabric in 1956 by cutting out rounds of coloured paper with scissors. The print´s shapes likely originate from the large, rough-edged stones cleared from the site of the artist´s studio home.In heavyweight cotton

Kivet heavyweight cotton black, white

Kivet (Stones), Design: Maija Isola for Marimekko // Black & White.