Meaning "Stones" in Finnish, Kivet was designed by Maija Isola in 1956 but it is still making an impact with its bold boulders today. The artist was likely inspired by the rocks outside her studio home. Isola achieved the design's raw edges by cutting freehand circles from paper with scissors, adding interest to the otherwise simple shapes. Here, it is printed on 100% cotton in a classic and contrasting black-and-white colorway. This machine-washable shower curtain is the perfect way to add a bit of drama to your bathroom while maintaining a modern, minimal style.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
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The bold prints of Marimekko are the first to come to mind for many when thinking about Finnish design. Marimekko’s impact reaches beyond Finland, however, as Marimekko is said to be one of the world’s first real lifestyle brands offering fashion and accessories alongside home décor in seam... More Marimekko
Undisputedly the most famous textile designer to have existed at Marimekko, Maija Isola created over 500 prints during her long and colorful employment. The height of her design notoriety occurred during the 1960’s, right around the time when she created her explosive Unikko pattern. In add... More Maija Isola