The Kaivo Tray by Marimekko features a lesser known pattern by desingersn Maija Isola and Kristina Isola, who also created the company's iconic Unikko floral graphics. In addition to the tray, the pattern is also available on tea towels and a mug.
- Today, Finnish-brand Marimekko celebrates its 50th anniversary of their stylish, iconic poppy pattern officially known as Unikko.
There's nothing nicer than breakfast in bed--and nothing worse than bed covers covered in coffee and toast. I recently set out on a hunt for colorful, graphically bold serving trays that will sort out this situation. Here's what I found.
Graphically bold, the Herring tray's eponymous fish are abstracted enough to slightly distort their images and create a visually interesting pattern. The trays are made in Sweden with layers of birch veneer.
Made of layers of birch veneer, the Herb Garden Tray features a playful design of cooking herbs--and the pattern is also available on storage pots for keeping your own homegrown spices.
- Join Dwell and Marimekko tonight in their Beverly Hills showroom for a lively discussion about the Finnish company's history and best-selling hits.
- It's hard not to adore (and lust after) Marimekko's fabrics.
- St. Patrick's Day is this Sunday, so we've put together some great pieces to, ahem, aid you in celebration of the holiday.