Great modern design is just a stone's throw away. Simple and striking, Kivet (Stones) has been a Marimekko fan-favorite for more than half a decade. Designer Maija Isola originally created the pattern by cutting out rounds of paper with scissors to achieve the imperfect edges, and it's guessed that she was inspired by the rocks that surrounded her studio home. The cotton-blend quilt is the perfect weight for all seasons and is conveniently machine washable to keep it looking as crisp and clean as day one. It is also reversible, with the same pattern in a reverse colorway on the other side. Switch up which side faces up to fit your mood! The Twin set includes one matching sham, while the Full / Queen and King sizes include two.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
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