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A Finnish-based company whose mantra entails providing lasting everyday design, iittala is conscious of designing items that are universally usable. To achieve this universality, iittala creates objects that have a clear functionality and a simplistic form to ensure that every piece remains timeless. Many iconic individuals such as Alvar Aalto and Oiva Toikka have contributed to the companies impressive product line which range from porcelain, wood and glass works of art that enrich every area of life.
Creating bold and graphic prints since its establishment in 1951, the Finnish company Marimekko has become one of the most acclaimed print design companies in the world. The brand was founded on the ideology that design and everyday life are linked. As a result, many of Marimekko's prints reflect nature and use vibrant colors with simple yet modern lines to create innovative patterns. A key player in the history of modern design, Marimekko maintains a deeply-rooted creative spirit which allows the company to continually flourish and grow.

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FinnStyle, headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, is one of the largest retailers of modern Finnish design goods in the United States. Our wide selection of products includes home décor, glassware, dinnerware, bath, bedding, fabrics, clothing, jewelry, gifts and furniture from many popular and well-known brands in Finnish design such as Iittala, Marimekko, Artek, Tonfisk and Kalevala.