UP TO -50% ON THE MARIMEKKO WINTER HOME COLLECTION !

Marimekko

Hyhmä & Louhi collection

pattern design Aino-Maija Metsola, 2019

Hyhmä (frost) and Louhi patterns are part of a winter floral series by Aino-Maija Metsola. The delicate watercolor of Hyhmä design portrays frozen flowers and plants adrift in wintery winds. Louhi is the queen of the North in Finnish mythology. The intriguing design, painted with watercolors, captures frosted plants and the last small flowers already caught by the cold.

fabrics

Fabrics are sold by the decimetre (1 metre = 10 decimetres).
For example, If you need 2.2 m, choose 22 units.

Width 145 cm – Printed in Finland

Pieni Hyhmä
100%  Heavyweight cotton fabric
repeat 62 cm
4.30 > 3.61 € 

-50%

Pieni Hyhmä
100%  acrylic coated cotton fabric
repeat 62 cm
5.20 > 4.37 € 

-50%

Hyhmä
100%  Heavyweight cotton fabric
repeat 62 cm
4.30 > 3.61 € 

-50%

Louhi
100%  Heavyweight cotton fabric
repeat 88 cm
4.30 > 3.61 € 

-30%

cushion covers

cushion cover 50 x 50 cm  
Hyhmä 152
100% cotton
34 > 28.56 €

-50%

cushion cover 50 x 50 cm  
Louhi 953
100% cotton
SOLD OUT

kitchen

apron
cotton
85 x 84 cm
42 > 35.28 € 

-50%

ovenmitten
cotton  
15 x 31 cm
20 > 16.80 € 

-50%

pot holder
cotton
21,5 x 21,5 cm
13 > 10.92 € 

-50%

-50%

-50%

tea towel
cotton/linen
47 x 70 cm
17 > 14,28 € 

-50%

Pieni Hyhmä
coated cotton
31 x 42 cm
21 > 17,64 € 

Louhi tote bag
44 x 43 cm
100% cotton
31 > 26,04 € 

-50%

Pieni Hyhmä tote bag
44 x 43 cm
100% cotton
31 > 26,04 € 

-50%

Louhi plywood tray
31 cm
42 > 35,28 € 

-50%

tableware

mug 2.5 dl
SOLD OUT

2 x coffee cup 2 dl
SOLD OUT

bowl 2.5 dl
SOLD OUT

plate Ø13.5 cm
SOLD OUT

Aino Maija Metsola

Aino-Maija Metsola is a Helsinki-based freelance illustrator and designer who graduated with an MA in graphic design from the University of Art and Design Helsinki.

With her immense interest in colour, Aino-Maija creates bold yet subtle prints using different techniques ranging from watercolour to ink, markers and gouache.

Aino-Maija has been collaborating with Marimekko since 2006. Her most recognisable designs for Marimekko are Jurmo (name of an island) and Juhannustaika (Midsummer magic) as well as the Sääpäiväkirja (Weather Diary) series of painterly patterns for tableware and textiles.