The flowers on this napkin have a hand-drawn feel, a personal touch on nature that Maija Louekari masters so beautifully with all her patterns. Here in black on ecru, it's almost like a beautiful page from her sketchbook. Called Seppelekukat (Wreath Flowers), it's printed on thick and soft 100% cotton to add a cozy texture to place settings. The stylish square is the perfect marriage of formal and casual, and is an eco-friendly alternative to disposable napkins; simply toss in the wash between meals. The colorway is reversed on the other size, so it looks pretty however it is folded on the table.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
Price is for one napkin
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