Miina Niskakangas Pastelli design shows that modern designs don't need to feel far removed from nature. The grey and pink shapes are abstract representations of flowers that are clean-lined but still full of lively details. The name Pastelli (Pastel) refers to the drawing technique used to achieve the bold shapes and fine, black details. The print adds graphic interest to a cotton-linen blend tea towel, perfect for drying hands and dishes or covering warm pastries fresh out of the oven.
Machine washable. Do not tumble dry or use bleach.
No dry cleaning. Iron damp on backside.
May shrink slightly after first wash.
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