Finnish for “pebbles", the perfectly imperfect circles of Marimekko Kivet is beloved worldwide and is one of Maija Isola’s most popular patterns. In a mod white on black colorway, the pattern was originally created in 1959, and not only is it still made in Finland, it has maintained its appeal and versatility. Bedding, table linens, drapes, room dividers and more could be created from this machine washable, 100% cotton fabric.
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