Sanna Annukka's Vuorilaakso (Mountain Valley) pattern feels folkloric, with crisp linework decorating the rolling hills and mounds. Made in Finland, this fabric is made from 100% cotton sateen and has a slight sheen to it. Use it for curtains or cushions; whatever purpose it serves, it is bound to spark some conversation of its special origin.
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