Marimekko in the Kitchen

The bright and bold prints by Marimekko bring a spring-like vibrance to fashion, interiors, and even kitchens! Check out how this Finnish design house has permeated into the heart of the home:

1 & 2: Here, a Unikko fabric panel by Sooki at Lukas, covers an under-counter recycling area in the kitchen.
3: A kitchen table covered in the same pattern, in a kitchen dating back to the 1970's. Via NIBS.
4: More Unikko in a simple window covering via Casapinka.
5: A Kaiku print wall hanging via Theresa's Light & Thrifty Small Cool entry from last year.
6: An entire wall in the kitchen, from Forr via A Touch of Happiness.
7: A print wall hanging from Anna's Old-and-New Newburgh Victorian house tour.
8: Marimekko serving trays propped up on a shelf via Design*Sponge.

Find some for yourself at marimekko.com.

Related: Bottna Pot Holders

(Images: Lukas, NIBS, Casapinka, Theresa Anne, Forr, Apartment Therapy, Design*Sponge)

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Regina is an architect who lives with her husband and son in Lawrence, KS. As a LEED Accredited Professional and longtime contributor to Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn, her focus is on healthy, sustainable living through design.

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