Marimekko Unikko Mini Towel Flannel Black Sand - Cloudberry Living

Marimekko Unikko Mini Towel Flannel Black Sand

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Marimekko is a Finnish lifestyle design company renowned for its original prints and colours. Established in 1951 by Viljo and Armi Ratia in Finland. Originally they started out producing stunning fabrics for clothing and interiors using iconic print patterns, including the poppy print Unikko, first introduced in 1964 by designer Maija Isola, which is still as popular today as ever.

Their designs are inventive yet, timeless dialogue of pattern, colour & shapes, unique, distinctive design which celebrate the art of printing. Always at the forefront of technology they use OKO Tex Certified products and are always looking to become more sustainable. Fashion, Home wares and Accessories that bring joy, colour and print, they are made to last.

Marimekko Unikko mini towel, flannel featuring Marimekko's signature poppy print. This classic sophisticated colour palette of black and sand brings a contemporary, bold addition to brighten your bathroom. With reinforced ribbing on the ends of the towel and absorbent soft organic cotton this stylish & beautiful hand towel will make bathing a warm & inviting affair. Each side has the opposite colours for the flowers and background. Perfect for your wash bag when on your travels too.

This famous poppy pattern was created in 1964 and is still as relevant and popular, today, it signifies creativity and joy. 

Also available in other sizes and vibrant red & pink colour combination too.

Colour: Black & Sand

Dimensions: L 25cm x W 25 cm

Material: Organic Cotton

Care: Follow the washing temperature given. Wash with like colours. Wash before use.