Marimekko -16%

Black Unikko Home Collection - 030

pattern design Maija Isola, 1964


Unikko classic pattern was created in 1964, after Marimekko founder Armi Ratia publicly proclaimed a ban on flowers in Marimekko prints. Artist Maija Isola defied the order and designed a whole collection of floral patterns that were so fresh and unique that Armi Ratia ended up taking eight of them. One of those she accepted was Unikko, the future symbol of the brand. 

Here is the Unikko Home continuing collection. Find here the Unikko seasonal collections.

Cotton & Coated cotton

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
This product is certified in accordance with STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® (SE 08-1621 Swerea IVF).

Mini Unikko 190

100% cotton
repeat 62 cm

4.30 > € 3.61

Pieni Unikko 190

100% cotton

repeat 88 cm

4.30 > € 3.61

Unikko 190

100% heavyweight cotton

repeat 98 cm

4.30 > € 3.61

Cushion cover

Unikko 190
100% Cotton

50 x 50 cm

35 > € 29.40

blanket

Blanket Unikko 190
60% Wool / 40% Cotton

130 x 180 cm

159 > € 133.56

Bathroom

Towels – 100 % Cotton terry

Unikko 980

50 x 70 cm

23 > 19.32 €

Unikko 980

30 x 50 cm

13 > 10.92 €

Unikko 980

30 x 30 cm

9 > 7.56 €

Unikko 980

70 x 150 cm

44 > 36.96 €

Cosmetic Bags – 100 % Cotton + lining 100% Polyamide

Kaika Pieni Unikko 190

21 x H14 cm

28 > 23.52 €

Vilja Mini Unikko 190 

23 x 10 x H17 cm

60 > 50,40 €

Tiise Mini Unikko 190 

18 x 7 x H9 cm

50 > 42 €

Kitchen

Unikko 190
100 % Cotton

85 x 84 cm

43 > 36.12 €

Unikko 030
100 % Cotton

21,5 x 21,5 cm
13 > 10.92 €

Unikko 190
100 % Cotton

15 x 31 cm

21 > 17.64 €

Tea Towels x 2
Unikko 190
Cotton / Linen

47 x 70 cm

36 > 30.24 €

Placemat Unikko 190
acrylic coated cotton

42 x 31 cm

24 > 20.16 €

> see also the Unikko tableware

Maija Isola

Maija Isola's (1927-2001) remarkable career as a textile designer began at Printex, Marimekko's predecessor, in 1949 and lasted 38 years. She designed more than 500 fabric patterns, which cover an amazingly diverse range of motifs and design techniques.

She drew inspiration for her work from traditional folk art and modern visual art alike, from nature and her countless trips around the world. Her designs, such as Kivet (stones), Unikko (poppy) and Kaivo (well), continue to be an essential part of Marimekko's collections.