-16% Marimekko

MELOONI

Home Collection Winter 2022

pattern design Maija Isola, 1963

A large, laid-back pattern of stylized natural forms, Melooni (melon) is one of the many designs in Maija Isola’s output of the 1960s that superbly captured the spirit of the times.

Fabrics / tissus

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

Melooni Heavyweight Cotton fabric 918
100 % Cotton

Repeat 98 cm
4.30 > € 3.61  

Cushion cover / Housse de coussin

Melooni cushion cover 918

50 x 50 cm
50 % Cotton, 50 % Linen
64 > € 53.76  

Bedroom products / La chambre

Melooni pillow case 387

50 x 60 cm
24 > € 20.16

Melooni pillow case 387

50 x 70/75 cm
24 > € 20.16

Melooni duvet cover 387

150 x 210 cm
79 > € 66.36  

Melooni duvet cover 387

210 x 210 cm
109 > € 91.56  

Melooni duvet cover 387

240 x 220 cm
109 > € 91.56  

Bathroom products / La salle de bain

Kaika Melooni cosmetic bag 930

14 x 21 cm

79 % Cotton, 21 % Linen
28 > € 23.52  

Relle Melooni cosmetic bag 930

20 x 9 x 31 cm

79 % Cotton, 21 % Linen
60 > € 50.40  

Melooni bathrobe 918

100 % Cotton 

159 > € 133.56

Kitchen products / La cuisine

Melooni kitchen towel 894

43 x 70 cm

79 % Cotton, 21 % Linen 

18 > € 15.12

Melooni apron 918

100 % Cotton 

43 > € 36.12

Melooni paper napkins

33 x 33 cm

€ 4.50

Can match with…

Fyr 111

Candle holder

H8.30 x Ø12.70 cm
42 > € 35.28  

Puteli 300

Candle holder

H9.50 x Ø10.50 cm
65 > € 54.60  

Butticula 800

Candle holder

H14.50 x Ø12.50 cm
89 > € 74.76  

Plunta 300

Candle holder

H17 x Ø11.50 cm
65 > € 54.60  

Nasti pillow 880

Ø43 cm – Inner-cushion included
Cotton and Wool
69 > € 57.96  

Urna vase 800

H21 x Ø30 cm
245 > € 205.80  

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.