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Kristina Isola

Textile designer, Kristina Isola, has followed in the footsteps of her mother Maija Isola. She made her first sketches for fabrics at the age of 16 as an assistant to her mother. Between 1978 and 1987 mother and daughter designed for Marimekko under the joint name of Maija Isola/Kristina Isola. At present, Kristina Isola designs her own fabric prints and is also responsible for the new color-ways of Maija Isola’s designs and the adaptation of their patterns to suit different products.

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Kaivo Tray

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.

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Pieni Unikko Tray

The Pieni Unikko plywood tray features Marimekko's iconic Unikko pattern, designed by Maija Isola and Kristina Isola, and is available in pink and blue and less common black, yellow, and green hues.

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Sola Bedding

Monsters hiding under the bed might very well want to hunker down for the night in this cheery jungle-themed print.

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