Great modern design is just a stone’s throw away as Marimekko adds the graphic Pieni Kivet Throw Pillow to this season’s collection. Finnish for “small stones” or “pebbles,” this circular design is beloved worldwide and is one of Maija Isola’s most popular patterns. Bold in violet on red, the Kivet pattern was originally created in 1959 and it has been resized this season to suit smaller objects such as this throw pillow. Toss one or two of these pillows on your sofa or bed and your room will immediately become more compelling.
MATERIAL: 100% heavyweight upholstery cotton with zipper
COUNTRY: Designed in Finland, Made in Estonia
Hypo-allergenic polyester-filled pillow
Gift wrap not available for this item
Price is for one throw pillow
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