Hiirenvirna means Vicia cracca in Finnish, a type of plant referred to as Vetch. For what many consider to be a common weed, it is strikingly beautiful. Its tall stem climbs toward the light and is decorated with violet-colored petals. It grows all over the meadows of Finland, and is nicknamed "Mouse's pea" there because of its green, seed-bearing pods. Liina Harju captures their look beautifully on this spring-evoking pattern, alongside other colorful wildflowers. Printed on 100% cotton, this tablecloth is machine washable to be kept look the vibrant colors looking as crisp and clean as they did on day one. It will bring the beauty of the outdoors in, for a picnic inside during special occasions or everyday dining.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
Pentik brings northern style and coziness to homes around the world. Pentik’s ceramic items are made in Finland, in the northernmost ceramics factory in the world, right next to the Arctic Circle. Fine table linens and plush bath towels are among the Pentik goods that make home a haven. Gif... More Pentik
I’ve been eyeing up this tablecloth since Pentik released this print. I bought it on sale and I am thrilled with the rich colors and the quality of the fabric. Every time it’s on our table it makes me smile!