During the 1950s, Marimekko designer Vuokko Eskolin-Nurmesniemi was so inspired by the rich colors of Tibet and India; she created her timeless Indus pattern with its bold and color stripes. Similar to her Hennika pattern, the Indus stripes use big repeating blocks of bright color to set itself apart from many of Marimekko’s other striped prints. The exotic print is now available to you on this delightful and cheery Marimekko Long Orange Indus Tablecloth. Machine washable and made from 100% cotton this tablecloth will add a pop of color to any meal.
Secondary image shows example of the tablecloth's pattern.
The bold, effusive prints and textiles of Marimekko are the first to come to mind for many when thinking about Finnish design. Founded in 1951 by Finnish couple Viljo and Armi Ratia, the name Marimekko translated literally means "Mary-dress." Marimekko’s impact reaches beyo... More Marimekko
An influential designer with a Finnish mentality, Vuokko Eskolin-Nurmesniemi took clothing design and the printed fabric to a new height. Eskolin-Nurmesniemi joined the Marimekko design team in 1953 and revolutionized 1950’s fashion with her striped Piccolo fabric; which led to the creation... More Vuokko Eskolin-Nurmesniemi