Rudolph Koivu designed Metsän Kesä (Forest Summer) in 1941, but it continues to enchant with its whimsy today. Koivu was a Finnish artist best known for illustration children's fairytales, though his timeless work delights audiences young and old. His interpretation of a young Finnish boy writing under a shady tree is turned into textile art on this Finlayson kitchen towel. Be reminded of the connection Finns have to nature, especially the forest, whenever you used this towel to dry dishes or cover baked goods. It's made from 100% cotton and has a loop for hanging.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
Finlayson has produced quality housewares including textiles, kitchen and dining accessories and décor for nearly 200 years. First established in Tampere, Finland by James Finlayson in 1820, the company keeps a strong presence in Finland where it continues to be an integral part of Finnish ... More Finlayson