Called Ruusutarha (Rose Garden), this print is inspired by Tove Jansson's illustrations from the Moomins. A favorite of the Finnish fictional family, Moominmamma appears to be painting big blooms on her wall to bring the beauty of the outdoors in. The image is woven with 100% cotton in black and white, with the reverse colorway on the opposite side. When not using this Finlayson tea towel to dry dishes or hands, fold it over the oven door handle for a pop of textile art.
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