The first Japanese designer to join the Marimekko team, artist Katsuji Wakisaka sticks to his love and knowledge for Japanese aesthetic on the Marimekko Pähkinäpuu Plum/Gold Fabric. The name of this pattern means "Walnut" in English, and the brown, red and blue spotted shapes represent these nutritious nuts. The golden leaves and branches also create a stunning silhouette of their own across the rich plum backdrop. Made from 100% cotton, this fabric is still screen-printed with quality craftsmanship at Marimekko's printing works in Helsinki, Finland. Whether it's showcased as a table linen, wall art or cushion cover, the Marimekko Pähkinäpuu Plum/Gold Fabric will bring a playful yet poised spirit to any space.
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