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Marimekko, Finnish Design

The Unikko (poppy) pattern was designed in 1964, just after the founder of the brand Armi Ratia publicly proclaimed that she was banning floral patterns - which she considered outdated - from her collections. Fueled by an artist's spirit of contradiction, Maija Isola challenged her by designing a series of floral patterns that were so innovative and fresh that she managed to change Armi Ratia's mind.
One of these designs was Unikko, which ironically became Marimekko's most iconic design.

Cotton & linen fabrics

Country of origin : Finland
The fabric is sold by the decimeter (10 cm) – Width 145 cm

Mini Unikko – cotton / repeat 62cm

Pieni Unikko – cotton / repeat 88cm

Pieni Unikko – cotton / repeat 88cm

Unikko – linen / repeat 98cm

Coated cotton fabrics

With its protective stain-resistant acrylic finish, this fabric is easily cleaned with a damp cloth.
Country of origin : Finland
The fabric is sold by the decimeter (10 cm) - Width 145 cm

Pieni Unikko – coated cotton / repeat 88cm

Pieni Unikko – coated cotton / repeat 88cm

Cushion covers & blanket

Pieni Unikko 185 – 50 x 50 cm – cotton

Unikko 813 – 40 x 60 cm – cotton linen

Bedroom ▸ pillow & bedspread

Inner cushion included

Pillow – 60 x 60 cm – unbleached cotton

Bedspread – 260 x 260 cm – unbleached cotton


Made of terry cotton, this towel has two sides in opposite colors.

Bath towel 70 x 150 cm 

Hand towel 50 x 70 cm 

Guest towel 30 x 50 cm 

Mini towel 30 x 30 cm 

Cotton linen home robe

Leather slippers

Liuske cosmetic bag – H14 x Ø15 cm
recycled leather

Vuolu cosmetic bag – H16 x 16 x 22 cm
recycled leather

Kitchen ▸ textile products


Set of 2 kitchen towels


Pot holder

Kitchen towel – cotton linen

Placemat – Ø39 cm – jute

Trivet – Ø25 cm – jute

Paper napkins – 33 x 33 cm / 20 pcs

Tray – Ø31 cm

Tote bag 44 x 43 cm – cotton

Kitchen ▸ tableware

Beige 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.