The "Puketti" pattern, Finnish for bouquet, was one of Annika Rimala's earliest design contributions to Marimekko. Clusters of tiny pink flower heads with navy dots line a bright red backdrop. The 100% cotton cover is easily removed via a discreet side zipper and tossed in the wash. This timeless pattern will make an exceptional addition to your favorite seating area, adding chic style and comfort.
Care: Machine washable. Follow washing instructions on tag.
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Hypoallergenic, polyester-filled insert included.
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