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  • Artek - Zebra Pillowcase
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    Artek - Zebra Pillowcase
    The zebra pillowcase is one of many textile designs of the ABC Collection by Artek. The famous zebra pattern was designed by Alvar Aalto, whose creations were often inspired by nature and its versatile beauty. The pillowcase with the exceptional zebra pattern convinces with a robust material mix of cotton, wool and polyamide. The black and white contrast and the exciting animal print come together in harmony suiting a purist home as well as a dared mix of patterns, together with other textile prints.
  • Marimekko - Luovi Pillowcase
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    Marimekko - Luovi Pillowcase
    Scandinavian design has always been characterized by nature-closeness. The Marimekko Luovi pillowcase transports a rough, but also fascinated and inviting mood. Luovi creates a unique atmosphere with tone-in-tone-colours: The Aino-Maija Metsola designed Luovi pattern (which means “Pen” in Finnish) reminds us of clouds or landscapes – slightly abstract, but concrete enough to be down-to-earth and natural. Cover out of linen Marimekko produces the Luovi pillowcase out of linen. The matt shining natural material is easy to be cared and it has qualities, which make it perfectly suitable to be used for pillows: The cover is breathable and dirt-repellent, while it is still highly absorbent and cool to be touched.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Polygon Quilt
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Polygon Quilt
    Polygon is a modern quilt with vibrant colours. In typical Hay quality, it is a product with a clear style always offering good mood. The eponymous polygons line up together in hexagon patterns and promise comfort. But not only that: Bearing in mind that the top and bottom of the quilt is reversible, Polygon offers a different colour according to your mood. The large version of the Hay Polygon measures 260 x 260 cm, the "small" version 260 x 220 cm. Both are ideal as a bedspread. Thanks to its fine polyester, Polygon is very soft and the cover is made of cosy cotton piqué. On request, the Polygon Quilt by the Danish manufacturer is also available in other friendly colours.
  • Design House Stockholm - Pleece Blanket
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    Design House Stockholm - Pleece Blanket
    Fashion fades – style remains the same. The Pleece blanket by Design House Stockholm consists of the unique fabric, which is presented in the Museum of Modern Art. The Pleece series by the Swedish company Design House Stockholm was created in 1997 and only changed minimally in over the years. Some models were added, but the basics remain the same: Timeless simplicity and quality, which doesn’t fade. The Pleece blanet is still produced in Sweden, it is still sold in the MoMA in New York – since more than 10 years. The blanket is made of the unique Pleece fabric, which is produced by Design House Stockholm of 75% polyester and 25% viscose. The fleece-like fabric gets extra volume and softness by means of the pleating technique. The fabric keeps all these advantages after it is washed. Design House Stockholm meanwhile produces complete textile collection out of the unique material because of the good qualities of Pleece. The Pleece blanket by Design House Stockholm is washable at 40°, it is suitable for the dryer and it has been honoured with the Excellent Swedish Design Award.
  • ferm living logo ferm living - Mohair Throw
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    ferm living logo ferm living - Mohair Throw
    The Mohair throw by ferm living is a blanket, which is weightless and warm and soft. The noble fabric is combined with modern patterns. The Mohair throw is characterized by its geometrical pattern, like all the other products of ferm living, setting accents in all kinds of furnishings. The name of the Mohair throw is given to it for a reason: Ferm living produces the Mohair throw out of the fur of the Angora goat, which is better known as “Mohair”. The natural fibre has qualities that make it predestined for blankets: The fabric is weightless, soft and pleasant to be touched, still being resistant and incredibly warm. In order to keep the Mohair blanket from losing fibres, ferm living adds a little bit of wool and nylon to the blanket.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Antique Quilt
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Antique Quilt
    The ethno trends come over to us together with the vintage wave: The Antique Quilts by Hay are handmade, Indian quilts, each one unique! Their usage possibilities are as individual as the quilts themselves: As quilt, day blanket, sofa throw or wall rug, fantasy isn’t limited when it comes to decide what to use it for. Every Antique Quilt by Hay is selected on the markets of the Indian State of Rajasthan: The basic textile of the Antique Quilts consists of the traditional cotton Saris of Indian women, which will later be processed to quilts. This finishing processing takes place in Denmark, of course also by hand. Since the Saris are never equal, the resulting quilts are completely unique: No Antique Quilt looks like another. That’s the reason why you won’t know how your personal quilt will look like: Be surprised. This special textile throw by Hay is surely a special, unique piece.
  • Elvang Denmark Elvang - Inca Stones Throw
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    Elvang Denmark Elvang - Inca Stones Throw
    The Elvang Denmark Inca Stones Throw is manufactured tightly according to the Organisation United Nations Global Compact principles and consists of the world’s finest fibre of the Peruvian Alpaca, that is traditionally been used for centenaries with a contemporary Scandinavian design. The Inca Stones Throw from Evlang Denmark consists of a high quality Peruvian alpaca and sheep wool, has a 26-27 micron fibre strength and can be dry cleaned only. By only 600 gram of weight it is airy, but soft and comfortable at the same time. The Inca Stones Throw has multiple shades of its ground colour. The Danish company Elvang combines one of the world’s finest fibre of the Peruvian Alpaca, that is traditionally been used for centenaries with a contemporary Scandinavian design. The result is a high-end and stylish Throw that is made with integrity and pride according to the Organisation United Nations Global Compact Principles. As a UN Global Compact member, Elvang is part of the biggest network for social responsibility companies. As with all Elvang products, with the Inca Stone Throws Elvang Denmark answers for the UN Global Compact gospel without restrictions; this comprehends fairness, human rights, equitable conditions of employment, environment and landscape preservation, so as anti corruptive measures. Through the manufacturing of the Inca Stones Throws Elvang Denmark has consciously decided from the outset that it would source from Peru and thereby encourage economic growth for rural communities to fight poverty and empower themselves. The company will maintain its faith and commitment to the Peruvians and their centuries’-long expertise within textiles. At the same time the UN Global Compact principles protect the Alpacas as a livelihood for the rural Peruvians.
  • Fatboy - Klaid Blanket
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    Fatboy - Klaid Blanket
    Klaid by Fatboy is an oversized woollen blanket with knit-look. The XL format (130 x 200 cm) blanket is big enough to cover two, three and four people. Moreover it can be used on the couch, on the terrace or in the bedroom, serving as bedspread or warm woollen blanket at a time. Klaid is made of high class cotton and it is available in decent fashionable basic colours with neon accents. The Fatbox woollen blanket fits in every ensemble because of the trendy knit-look and it is available in a suitable colour for every taste because of all the available combinations. Fatboy suggests washing the Klaid blanket placing it inside of a pillowcase (or something similar in order to protect the material) and washing it at 30°. The woollen blanket shouldn’t be bleached and it should only dry flat on the floor or another surface. And it is available in fashionable colour combinations.
  • Marimekko - Tasaraita Bedding
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    Marimekko - Tasaraita Bedding
    Simple. Timeless. Striped. And very normal today, while the Tasaraita pattern was a revolution when it was presented in 1968. The bedding by Marimekko is like a symbol on pillowcases and duvet covers. Tasaraita acts familiar, since the world’s famous stripes pattern is everywhere today. This wasn’t like this always; Marimekko was a real pioneer in the 60s, since clothes were ornamented with the placative stripes for the first time then. And that’s not all, since Tasaraita was also the first unisex-fashion-collection of the world. The graphic, balanced stripes in expressive colours symbolizes the pattern of equality between men and women. This simple and also strong symbolism from Annika Rimala still has a lot of power. The famous stripes pattern enters the bedroom with the Tasaraita duvet cover and the pillowcase. The bedding from Marimekko is made of 100% cotton-jersey, which is the reason why the legendary stripes bedding is soft and cosy. Tasaraita pillowcases and duvet covers are washable at 60°C.
  • Elvang Denmark Elvang - Classic Throw
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    Elvang Denmark Elvang - Classic Throw
    The Elvang Denmark Classic Throw consists of high quality Peruvian alpaca and sheep wool combination. The Throw is manufactured tightly according to the Organisation United Nations Global Compact principles and consists of the world’s finest fibre of the Peruvian Alpaca, that is traditionally been used for centenaries with a contemporary Scandinavian design. A Classic Throw has a 26-27 micron fibre strength and can be dry cleaned only. By only 600 gram of weight it is airy, but soft and comfortable at the same time. The Classic Throw is monochromatic an classic in its form. The Danish company Elvang combines one of the world's finest fibre of the Peruvian Alpaca, that is traditionally been used for centenaries with a contemporary Scandinavian design. The result is a high-end and stylish Throw that is made with integrity and pride according to the Organisation United Nations Global Compact Principles. As a UN Global Compact member, Elvang is part of the biggest network for social responsibility companies. As with all Elvang products, with the Classic Throws Elvang Denmark answers for the UN Global Compact gospel without restrictions; this comprehends fairness, human rights, equitable conditions of employment, environment and landscape preservation, so as anti corruptive measures. Through the manufacturing of the Classic Throws Elvang Denmark has consciously decided from the outset that it would source from Peru and thereby encourage economic growth for rural communities to fight poverty and empower themselves. The company will maintain its faith and commitment to the Peruvians and their centuries’-long expertise within textiles. At the same time the UN Global Compact principles protect the Alpacas as a livelihood for the rural Peruvians.
  • Marimekko - Merivuokko Pillowcase
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    Marimekko - Merivuokko Pillowcase
    The Finnish artist Kustaa Saksi designed the Merivuokko pillowcase for Marimekko. Merivuokko means sea anemone and as you can see, the patterns on the Marimekko pillowcase were inspired by the beauty of the sea. Saksi achieved in catching the magic of the underwater world with powerful colours, since he was impressed by the rhythm, the colours and the atmosphere while he was diving. The Merivuokko pattern on the pillowcase transports the depth and the abstractness of the bottom of the sea. The clear forms and details of flora and fauna make our fantasy jump delightedly and invite to dream for a while. Cover of linen Marimekko produces the Merivuokko pillowcase out of linen. The matt shining natural material is easy to be cared and it has qualities that make it perfectly suitable to be used as cushion: The cover is breathable, while it is highly absorbent and cool to be touched. The Merivuokko collection also suits the Meriheinä series of the Finnish manufacturer, which also thematises the sea.
  • Zuzunaga - Woven Pillowcase
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    Zuzunaga - Woven Pillowcase
    Each square-design from Zuzunaga starts with a picture of an urban surrounding. The British-Spanish design studio reduces digital pictures down to the pixels and creates the characteristic patterns out of the result. Each woven pillowcase from Zuzunaga is hand-woven, offering an individual character and a high class appeal to the cushions: Craftsmen of the Spanish workshop Teixidors from the Terrassa region near Barcelona transfer the digital images into the analogue world. Teixidors is a project, which offers the possibility of working creatively and of an integrated life to handicapped people. Zuzunaga produces the woven pillowcases out of the Integrate: Time and Space Collection out of 100% merino wool from France. The content of the pillow filling by Zuzunaga is made of 100% duck feathers, coated by a cover out of 100% cotton. The unusual way of designing a product as well as the social and sustainable production was honoured: The woven pillowcase by Zuzunaga was awarded with the first prize in the textile category on the International Furniture Fair in New York in 2012.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Baby Dot Quilt
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Baby Dot Quilt
    The quilt Baby Dot from the manufacturer Hay convinces as well as its bigger brother Mega Dot because of the extravagant but decent at the same time points pattern. The coating consists of pleasantly soft cotton (100%), its filling is made of polyester that offers a light upholstery to the quilt. The Hay Baby Dot quilt is available in six timeless colours: Aubergine (bourdeaux), aqua green, brunt amber (orange), golden yellow, pink and purple.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Mega Dot Daily Blanket
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Mega Dot Daily Blanket
    The Daily Blanket Mega Dot by Hay shows what its name prooves: Dots, which define unobtrusivly the deisgn, make Mega Dot to a modern option for bed and sofa, for badroom and living room. The cover is really comfy and made of soft cotton, so that one can lay down on the blanket to rest a little. The filling is of polyester, which makes the blanket to a soft cushion. The Danish Design-Firm Hay from Horsens wants to knot on the Scandinavian Design of the 50s and 60s and which leads its known classyness of famous shapes in the present. The young company limits not only on furniture, also daily tools and living accessories in its strategy. The Mega Dot daily blanket is also available in further colours.
  • Elvang Denmark Elvang - Luxury Throw
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    Elvang Denmark Elvang - Luxury Throw
    The Elvang Denmark Luxury Throw affiliates period Danish design with high quality peruvian alpaca wool. The throw is manufactured tightly according to the Organisation United Nations Global Compact principles. The Luxury Throw consists of 100% baby alpaca wool, it has a 22-23 micron fibre, it has 730 gram of weight and is soft and comfortable. The throw can be dry cleaned only. The Danish company Elvang combines one of the world’s finest fibre of the peruvian alpaca, that is traditionally been used for centenaries with a contemporary Scandinavian design. The result is a high-end product that is made with integrity and pride. As a UN Global Compact member, Elvang is part of the biggest network for social responsibility companies. Elvang Denmark answers for the UN Global Compact principles without restrictions; this comprehends fairness, human rights, equitable conditions of employment, environment and landscape preservation, so as anti corruptive measures. Elvang Denmark has consciously decided from the outset that it would source from Peru and thereby encourage economic growth for rural communities to fight poverty and empower themselves. The company will maintain its faith and commitment to the Peruvians and their centuries’-long expertise within textiles. At the same time the UN Global Compact principles protect the Alpacas as a livelihood for the rural Peruvians.
  • Iittala - Origo Woollen Blanket
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    Iittala - Origo Woollen Blanket
    Warm and cosy: The Origo blanket is a soft textile of the famous collection designed by Alfredo Häberli. Häberli created the Origo dishes for the Finnish manufacturer Iittala in 1999. With it, he created a “sign of the time”, without even knowing it. The collection meanwhile grew and grew, including colourful accessories enriching the original dishes collection. Colourful blanket with stripes A successful product has a good design and it needs to be made of high quality. This is all concentrated in the Origo series, which “resists to be used every day for a long time without any problems” according to Iittala. The Origo design from Alfredo Häberli was awarded several times internationally: It received the iF Design Award 2002, the Excellent Swedish Design Award 2001 and the Japanese award Zakka of the Year 2001. The Origo throw is suitable for the living room, as bedspread in the bedroom and as cosy cuddling throw, since the colourful design is made of 100% merino wool. The vivid blanket is a happy eye-catcher in all kinds of surroundings, including the grey ones.
  • Zuzunaga - Squares Woollen Blanket
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    Zuzunaga - Squares Woollen Blanket
    Each square-design from Zuzunaga starts with a picture of an urban surrounding. The British-Spanish design studio reduces digital pictures down to the pixels and creates the characteristic patterns out of the result. Each Squares woollen blanket from Zuzunaga is hand-woven, offering an individual character and a high class appeal to them: Craftsmen of the Spanish workshop Teixidors from the Terrassa region near Barcelona transfer the digital images into the analogue world. Teixidors is a project, which offers the possibility of working creatively and of an integrated life to handicapped people. Zuzunaga produces the woven blankets out of the Integrate: Time and Space Collection out of 100% merino wool from France. The Zuzunaga Squares blankets were honoured with the first prize in the textiles category on the International Furniture Fair in New York 2012 for the unusual way of producing as well as the social and sustainable production.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Sprinkle Bedspread
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    Normann Copenhagen - Sprinkle Bedspread
    The Sprinkle pattern by Normann Copenhagen makes the user of the bedspread happy, when they don’t sleep. The cover consists of 100% cotton, as well as the rest of the blankets of the collection and the filling is made of 100% polyester. The covering material gives a wonderfully weightless and pleasant feeling to the blanket. The soft, organic character of the Sprinkle blanket is emphasized by the wave lines and the sprinkles in the pattern, which were inspired by different textures and pigments. This individual bedspread was created by Anne Lehmann. Different colours of the Normann Copenhagen Sprinkle enable different impressions: They reach from damped, soft tones up to contrastive, playful combinations. Cool elegance or bribing eye-catchers – according to the personal taste of us all. The Sprinkle blanket by Normann Copenhagen can be washed at 60°C.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Ekko Woollen Blanket
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    Normann Copenhagen - Ekko Woollen Blanket
    Whether winter, summer, spring or autumn – the woollen blanket Ekko made by the Danish manufacturer Normann Copenhagen is a pretty and useful home accessory for every season. The blanket keeps cool breeze away in summer nights and it is a wonderful companion for hot chocolate cups and good books in wintertime. The Ekko woollen blanket connects dynamism and harmony The Norwegian team of designers of Günzler.Polmar experimented connecting spheres and cylinders when designing Ekko, in order to give an individual character to the blanket. The result is an exciting and dynamic, but still harmonic appearance. The decent usage of tone-in-tone colours harmonizes with modern surroundings and classic furnishings as well. The manufacturer Normann Copenhagen uses 100% pure new wool for the production of the Ekko woollen blanket. The traditional weaving technique – so-called Jacquard-technique – makes it possible to weave the pattern reversed on the backside of the blanket. This makes the Ekko blanket as beautiful from the front as from the back. After weaving, the woollen blanket is brushed in order to achieve that soft and warm surface.
  • Marimekko - Bottna Pillowcase
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    Marimekko - Bottna Pillowcase
    The Bottna pattern by Anna Danielsson is a modern classic piece in the assortment of Marimekko. The Bottna case fills the bedroom with charm. Creativity is the core of all designs by the Finnish manufacturer Marimekko. The Botta pillowcase is a great example for that philosophy, since the pattern unifies clear lines and simple elegance with emotional, warm appeal. The floral pattern of Botta acts harmonic and friendly. The Bottna pillowcase is soft, cosy and easily cleaned because of the 100% cotton it is made off. The Bottna case by Marimekko is washable at 60°C.
  • Iittala - Taika Pillowcases
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    Iittala - Taika Pillowcases
    The Taika pillowcases by Iittala lean on decorative patterns of the Taika collection and give them new, softer forms. New animals fill the magic character of the collection from Iittala. The Taika series is popular since it was presented in 2007. That’s the reason why Iittala expanded the whole collection with some pieces in 2014, among them the Taika pillowcases. The cases of the Taika collection are made of the finest Merino wool,which doesn’t only charm the eyes, but also the rest of the body. And really, Taika is different: When I was a boy, I used to watch the small mole from the Czech drawer Zdeněk Miler and many other east European and Russian animation films. I still like the hand-drawn style of those animations , explained the designer Haapamiemi. That hand-drawn style is obviously in the pattern of the Taika series. Taika adds completely new facets to the existing Iittala assortment, but still respecting the famous Mix & Match principle of Iittala, which represents the possibility of combining all the Iittala products with each other.
  • Elvang Denmark Elvang - Manhattan Blanket
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    Elvang Denmark Elvang - Manhattan Blanket
    The Manhattan blanket by Elvang mirrors the straight lines of the New York district Manhattan. Horizontal and vertical lines that made contrasts and liveliness emerged, inspired by he big square blocks of the city. The Elvang Manhattan blanket has a young design which is still presented classically with opaque colours. The Manhattan blanket is made out of 50% alpaca’s wool, 40% sheep’s wool and 10% microfiber. Elvang Denmark follows the principles of United Nations Global Compact while producing the Manhattan blanket. UN Global Compact is the worldwide biggest network for companies with social engagement. Elvang Denmark unrestrictedly stands for the principles of UN Global Compact as member of the organization, focussing on human rights, environment and landscape protection as well as measures against corruption.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Bedspread
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Bedspread
    Graphic design is the trademark of ferm Living. The bedspread by the Danish manufacturer has also been designed very plastic and it is therefore a small piece for the hands – and a big one for the eyes. The bed becomes a modern and stylish object in only an instant, if it is coated with the ferm Living bedspread. There are triangles in three different black-white tones and the base is completely black. The side you use completely depends on your mood. The bedspread by ferm Living doesn’t only fukfill practical usage: It is big enough for nearly all beds with its size of 235 x 245 cm. And since the blanked consists of cotton with fine polyester filling, it is also very soft to be touched.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Plus9 Blanket
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Plus9 Blanket
    Hay Design offers a high quality blanket made out of 100% cotton: Plus9; it is moreover comfortable and appealing. The blanket appears in three different versions that have a different colour as highlight each one. The fulfilling colours from the single blankets enable visual contrasts. The graphical patterns of the Plus9 blanket set visual highlights with their different paintings; this makes a great, versatile and high quality blanket out of Plus9 together with its manufacture out of 100% cotton and the dimensions: 155 X 200 cm.
  • Artek - Siena Blanket
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    Artek - Siena Blanket
    The merino wool made Siena blanket by Artek is a sophisticated textile out of the classic Siena collection by Alvar Aalto. Alvar Aalto designed his Siena pattern in 1954: A design, which would act architecturally clear as well as weightless. Aalto’s basic thought was to create a pattern for textiles, which would be useful for the most different purposes – Aalto’s second woman Elissa even had a dress in the Siena design. The 180 x 130 cm Siena blanket consists of 100% noble merino wool. The wool of the merino sheep is much finer and it doesn’t scratch on the skin contrasting “normal “ sheep wool. The blanket of the collection by Artek is wonderfully integrated in different living areas and it is also combinable with other pieces of the series because of the timeless design of the Siena series.
  • Muuto - Loom Throw
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    Muuto - Loom Throw
    Simon Key Bertman has designed the Loom Throw for Muuto. The throw consists of handwoven cotton and makes the home really comfortable and cosy. With its dynamic geometric patterns and the harmonious colour compositions, the Muuto Loom Throw makes every sofa alive. The Loom throw stands for gentleness, colourful structure and handicraft - woven all together into one single blanket. On request, the throw by Muuto is also available in further colours. Designer Bertman says about his Loom Throw: "It has always fascinated me to play with shapes and colours, and to create dynamic geometric patterns this way. A carefully chosen pattern, that was brought into a perfect order and still appears incidental, hides behind Loom. The throw by Muuto is handwoven and manufactured of the softest cotton. The weaving technique and the colour composition of the blanket create a light and airy structure - the expression changes, depending on how the throw is folded."
  • Thomas Eyck - Colour Plaid
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    Thomas Eyck - Colour Plaid
    The Colour Plaids were the breakthrough for the design duo Scholten & Baijings: The colourful throws by Thomas Eyck set colourful accents with simple tools. The designer Stefan Scholten speaks of “colour bombs” himself: The Colour Plaids are throws that ensure completely new colour impressions by means of simple tools. This is how furniture, whether sofas, beds or chairs, are re-interpreted by simply using a new cover – furnishing changes, without the necessity of buying completely new furniture pieces. The Colour Plaids by Thomas Eyck are made out of 84% merino wool and 16% cotton. The Scholten & Baijings designed throws set accents knowingly with their different colour combinations.
  • Softline - Handy Suitcase Mattress
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    Softline - Handy Suitcase Mattress
    The Handy suitcase mattress by the Danish design smithy Softline is practical, decorative, functional, easy to store and easy to unfold. It consists of a three-time foldable mattress that is deployable expanded becoming a mattress – as guests’ bed or as playground for children. By means of the integrated carrying strap, the Handy suitcase mattress is easy to transport – for example for camping purposes, for overnight stays of children or for vacations. The Handy suitcase mattress is also available in many further colours.
  • Marimekko - Frekvenssi Pillowcase
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    Marimekko - Frekvenssi Pillowcase
    New dimensions: A whole universe hides in the Frekvenssi pillowcase from Marimekko. The Finnish designer Harri Koskinen created the case. The Frekvenssi pillowcase gives fantasy and creativity to the room it is in. The minimalistic lines and colours make up a complex pattern, which connects digital shapes and handicraft: The technical-acting patterns are unmistakably made by Harri koskinen by hand, and this is what offers life and dynamism to the Frekvenssi pattern. The zip closure of the case is hidden in order to not disturb the pattern. The Frekvenssi pillowcase is soft, cosy and easy to be cleaned because it is made of 100% cotton. The Frekvenssi by Marimekko can be washed at 30°C.
  • Marimekko - Kaivo Bedding
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    Marimekko - Kaivo Bedding
    Maija Isola was inspired by her surrounding when she designed her phantasy pattern. The Kaivo pattern was born when the Finnish designer was near a well and let her bucket down. The simple beauty of the waves in the water was responsible for the idea of Kaivo (which means “wave” in English). Suiting this nearly fairy-tale history of origin, the pattern on the Kaivo bedding by Marimekko encourages creativity. The Kaivo bedding reminds us of the Pop-Art designs of the 60s, but still acting timelessly modern: The big, graphic forms are quiet and cool, while the ornamenting the bed stylishly. These qualities made an absolute classic in the assortment of Marimekko with the Kaivo print from 1964. The Kaivo bedding is pleasant to be touched and easy to be cleaned, since it consists of 100% cotton. The Kaivo duvet cover and pillowcase by Marimekko can be washed at 60°C.
  • Elvang Denmark Elvang - Classic Pillowcase
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    Elvang Denmark Elvang - Classic Pillowcase
    The Elvang Denmark Classic Pillowcases are made of high quality Peruvian alpaca and sheep wool. The cushion is manufactured tightly according to the Organisation United Nations Global Compact principles. The Danish company Elvang combines one of the world’s finest fibre of the Peruvian Alpaca, that is traditionally been used for centenaries with a contemporary Scandinavian design. The result is a high-end product that is made with integrity and pride. The simple and comfortable Classic Pillowcases consists of alpaca and sheep wool, they have a 26-27 micron fibre, it has only 110 gram of weight and is soft and homely at the same time. The covery can be dry cleaned only. The Classic Cushions are monochromatic and classic at their form, adapted to their name. There are fillings available for each cushion, made by the fitting Danish Company Fossfill. The fitting consists of 100% polyethylene; the cover consists of 100% cotton. The cushion filling is washable by 60 degrees and dry cleanable only. As a UN Global Compact member, Elvang is part of the biggest network for social responsibility companies. As with all Elvang products, with the Classic Cushions Elvang Denmark answers for the UN Global Compact gospel without restrictions; this comprehends fairness, human rights, equitable conditions of employment, environment and landscape preservation, so as anti corruptive measures. The cushion is manufactured tightly according to the Organisation United Nations Global Compact principles. Elvang Denmark has consciously decided from the outset that it would source from Peru and thereby encourage economic growth for rural communities to fight poverty and empower themselves. The company will maintain its faith and commitment to the Peruvians and their centuries’-long expertise within textiles. At the same time the UN Global Compact principles protect the Alpacas as a livelihood for the rural Peruvians.
  • Zuzunaga - Barcelona Woollen Blanket
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    Zuzunaga - Barcelona Woollen Blanket
    Sings of time: The Barcelona woollen blanket by Zuzunaga shows an abstracted, digital pattern of the Spanish metropolis. The Barcelona woollen blanket belongs to the Bitmap Collection by Zuzunaga. This series includes patterns of metropolis that have been reduced to the smallest digital unity: The pixels. The Barcelona blanket brings digital patterns back to the real world, by means of using artistic city plans as template. Zuzunaga produces the Barcelona woollen blanket in Jaquard technique, where colours are the basis of a fourth colour for the stitching. The Barcelona woollen blanket consists of nearly two kilogrammes of finest merino wool, which is processed to become a blanket in Spain.
  • Zuzunaga - Tokyo 2 Woollen Blanket
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    Zuzunaga - Tokyo 2 Woollen Blanket
    Sings of time: The Tokyo 2 woollen blanket by Zuzunaga shows an abstracted, digital pattern of the Japanese metropolis. The Tokyo 2 woollen blanket belongs to the Bitmap Collection by Zuzunaga. This series includes patterns of metropolis that have been reduced to the smallest digital unity: The pixels. The Tokyo 2 blanket brings digital patterns back to the real world, by means of using artistic city plans as template. Zuzunaga produces the Tokyo 2 woollen blanket in Jaquard technique, where colours are the basis of a fourth colour for the stitching. The Tokyo 2 woollen blanket consists of nearly two kilogrammes of finest merino wool, which is processed to become a blanket in Spain.
  • Marimekko - Pienet Kivet Pillowcase
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    Marimekko - Pienet Kivet Pillowcase
    The Pienet Kivet pattern from 1956 was the beginning of the following decades of successful cooperation of the designer Maija Isola and Marimekko. The simple pattern is still highly modern and a graphic eye-catcher today. The Pienet Kivet pattern isn’t really round, but it has some edges that are only seen on the second sight. The designer Maija Isola was inspired by pebbles when she designed this pattern, that’s what the name of it means in English: Small stones. The original pattern from 1956 emerged with cuts from a scissor from Maija Isola. Her daughter Kristina downsized the pattern along the years in order to offer more expressivity to the textiles. The minimalistic shapes of the Marimekko Pienet pillowcases are still graphically impressing. The Pienet Kivet pillowcase is soft, cosy and easily cleaned since it is made of 100% cotton. The Pienet Kivet case by Marimekko is washable at 60°C.
  • Vitra - Eames Wool Blanket Dot
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    Vitra - Eames Wool Blanket Dot
    As well as many other big architects and designers of the 20th century, Charles and Ray Eames also concentrated on developing textiles and on realizing their ideas of colours, forms and materials. The “Dot Pattern” emerged in cooperation with an exposition in the Museum of Modern Art of New York. A graphical pattern of spheres and crosses varies becoming a gorgeous composition and it is related to Charles and Ray Eames’ abstract paintings of the 1930s. More details: Material: 100% Merino lamb wool, made in Jacquard weaving technique. Characteristics; Merino lamb wool is a high class natural fibre and comes from the first shearing of the merino lamb. It is weightless, very fine, soft to be touched and it is perfectly heat compensating. Quality: A lot of technical and manual know-how is needed to process natural fibres. That’s the reason why the Vitra blankets are made by a German blankets manufactory which has more than 100 years of experience of work with natural fibres. The high class realization of the sketches demands a lot of handwork.
  • Verpan - VP Mirror Throw
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    Verpan - VP Mirror Throw
    The Mirror Throw is a blanket out of merino wool, which shines with the characteristic patterns of the design legend Verner Panton. The geometric-graphic textile by Verpan is useful as throw, blanket or bedspread. Most of the people know Verner Panton as furniture designer. But this isn’t all of it, since the Danish also created numerous textiles (e.g. For Kvadrat and Bayer), which are as well sophisticated as the furniture made by him. The appearance of his Mirror Throw consists of two colours which come together geometrically in different sizes and dispositions. But not only the motive is noble: The Verpan Mirror Throw consists of 100% merino wool. The soft wool of the merino sheep ensures that the blanket doesn’t scratch our skin and warms pleasantly.
  • Elvang Denmark Elvang - Zigzag Blanket
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    Elvang Denmark Elvang - Zigzag Blanket
    A meeting of distinctive lines and naturally soft silkiness in 100% baby alpaca’s wool. Those are the Zigzag blankets by Elvang. The design of the Elvang Zigzag blanket is mirrored in thw two-colour cord look. Clear, geometric lines move diagonally to each other and make up an attractive interplay of colours. Elvang manufactures the Zigzag blanket out of 100% baby alpaca’s wool in the normal high quality of the Danish manufacturer. Elvang Denmark follows the principles of United Nations Global Compact while producing the Zigzag blanket. UN Global Compact is the worldwide biggest network for companies with social engagement. Elvang Denmark unrestrictedly stands for the principles of UN Global Compact as member of the organization, focussing on human rights, environment and landscape protection as well as measures against corruption. Since the production of the ZigZag blanket by Elvang Denmark occurs in the rural Peru, the local communities and the fight against poverty are supported. The principles of UN Global Compact protect the alpacas at the same time, which make up the basics of life for the rural living Peruvians since centuries.
  • Mika Barr - Folding A-Part Throw
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    Mika Barr - Folding A-Part Throw
    Art meets home design with the Folding A-Part throw by Mika Barr. The geometric pattern has special qualities, which aren’t that usual in textiles. Folding A-Part is a unique blanket whose specialty is recognizable on the first sight: The awarded textile of the Folding A-Part has a pattern, which also serves as structure element and which folds the throw at its edges – a three dimensional effect will emerge, which will look sculptural or like a landscape according on the angle it is watched from. It is a playful and aesthetical detail, which gives uncountable shapes to the blanket. The contrastive colours in the pattern reinforce the individual impression even more. These qualities transform the Folding A-Part into more than a cosy throw or a bedspread – it is an original piece of art for private houses, looking different every day. Mika Barr produces the Folding A-Part blanket out of 100% cotton. Inside there is another fabric layer on top of the pattern, in order to make the pretty blanket comfortable as well. Despite of the innovative qualities, the throw of the artist and designer Mika Barr also has some traditional advantages: It is washing machine resistant and it is also available in further colours on demand.
  • Zuzunaga - Labyrinth Golden Ocre Blanket
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    Zuzunaga - Labyrinth Golden Ocre Blanket
    The Labyrinth Golden Ocre blanket by Zuzunaga bribes with findely detailed pixels-patterns and clever details. The shiny pixels pattern of the Labyrinth Golden Ocre blanket by Zuzunaga is made out of 10% nylon, which offers the stretch qualities to it. The material is the proof of humour in Zuzunaga’s designs, since using nylon (NY/LON) tributes both favourite cities of the designer Cristian Zuzunaga: New York and London. Zuzunaga produces the Labyrinth Golden Ocre blanket in Spain with the Jaquard technique, where four contrastive colours are linked. This offers a bright shimmer and some fine details to the blanket, which are only visible with a closer look.
  • Zuzunaga - Digital Sunrise Woollen Blanket
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    Zuzunaga - Digital Sunrise Woollen Blanket
    The Digital Sunrise woollen blanket by Zuzunaga is a textile, which unifies the beauty of nature with the clear definition of digital patterns. As a part of the Bitmap Collection from Zuzunaga, the advantages of the Digital Sunrise woollen blankets are clear: A bitmap is a kind of digital image saving method, by means of compressing its elements. The pattern on the Zuzunaga Digital Sunrise woollen blankets emerge out of such a compression process. Zuzunaga knots the Digital Sunrise blankets in Jaquard techniques with 5 colours, and 4 of them out of the finest merino wool and one colour of noble silk. The Digital Sunrise blankets are produced in Spain in about 5 hours of work.
  • Iittala - Taika Woollen Blankets
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    Iittala - Taika Woollen Blankets
    The Taika woollen blankets by Iittala lean on decorative patterns of the Taika collection and give them new, softer forms. New animals fill the magic character of the collection from Iittala. The Taika series is popular since it was presented in 2007. That’s the reason why Iittala expanded the whole collection with some pieces in 2014, among them the Taika woollen blankets. The cases of the Taika collection are made of the finest Merino wool, which doesn’t only charm the eyes, but also the rest of the body. And really, Taika is different: When I was a boy, I used to watch the small mole from the Czech drawer Zdeněk Miler and many other east European and Russian animation films. I still like the hand-drawn style of those animations , explained the designer Haapamiemi. That hand-drawn style is obviously in the pattern of the Taika series. Taika adds completely new facets to the existing Iittala assortment, but still respecting the famous Mix & Match principle of Iittala, which represents the possibility of combining all the Iittala products with each other.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Plus bed linen
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    Normann Copenhagen - Plus bed linen
    The Plus stands for more comfort: The bed linen made by the Danish manufacturer Normann Copenhagen is made of satin cotton. This way, Plus makes a comfortable and conformable feel on the skin. The fabric has a velvety quality that keeps the sleeping comfort very high. The minimalistic graphic design of the Plus linen also provides a welcoming change in design: Unlike many other references the Plus linen made by Normann Copenhagen has a subtle, harmonious design that emphasizes the comfort factor also optically.
  • Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Guest's Mattress Somnia, acrylic
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    Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Guest's Mattress Somnia, acrylic
    The guest’s mattress from the German manufacturer Jan Kurtz is a practical mattress to relax outside and a flexible sleeping possibility for guests. The cover of this Somnia guest’s mattress consists of acrylic, the filling of polyurethane. The material acrylic is a synthetic chemical fibre. It is extremely robust and therefore ideally suitable for the usage outside. Without any problems the Somnia guest’s mattress can also be used at the beach or the pool, in the grass or in the garden as well as in the sleeping- or children’s- room. If the Somnia guest’s mattress is not used, it can be folded to a handy size. With the aid of a practical carrying strap it can then be brought into the desired position as well as stored uncomplicated. To be used Somnia is unfold instantly. The Somnia guest’s mattress from Jan Kurtz is available with a cover out of acrylic in different colours.
  • Fanny Aronsen - Gunn Throw
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    Fanny Aronsen - Gunn Throw
    The Gunn throw by Fanny Aronsen is a noble wool throw out of the finest lamb wool. Its graphic patterns act elegant and futuristic. The light and dark available colour variants of the Gunn throw by Fanny Aronsen aren’t only visually appealing but also pleasant to be touched, since the low material thickness of the throws keep them warm and soft because of the innovative weaving technique. Gunn has been designed by the awarded designer Fanny Aronsen, who made high quality and innovative textile designs most of her lifetime.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Knitted Blanket
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Knitted Blanket
    The Knitted Blanket is a large, soft and appealing blanket by the Danish company ferm living. Give a graphic but still soft touch to your home and add warm comfort and your individual personality. The 100% cotton Knitted Blanket is suitable to cuddle up in it or to spread it on top of a sofa, for example as bed-throw to wonderfully embellish the room. The Jacquard pattern has for consequence that the colours are inversed on the opposite sides, giving you the possibility of changing the look any time.
  • Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Guest's Mattress Somnia, polyamide
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    Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Guest's Mattress Somnia, polyamide
    The guest’s mattress from the German manufacturer Jan Kurtz is a practical mattress to relax outside and a flexible sleeping possibility for guests. The cover of this Somnia guest’s mattress consists of 100% polyamide. The material polyamide is a synthetic chemical fibre. It is water resistant and extremely robust and thereby ideally suitable for the usage outside. Without any problems the Somnia guest’s mattress can also be used at the beach or the pool, in the grass or in the garden as well as in the sleeping- or children’s- room. If the Somnia guest’s mattress is not used, it can be folded to a handy size. With the aid of a practical carrying strap it can then be brought into the desired position as well as stored uncomplicated. To be used Somnia is unfold instantly. The Somnia guest’s mattress from Jan Kurtz is available with a cover out of polyamide in different colours.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Mega Knit Blanket
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Mega Knit Blanket
    The Mega Knit blanket by the Danish manufacturer Hay provides modern colours and a much enlarged version of the classic pattern to the Norway pattern of Marius Genser. Since it has been manufactured in a special double-webbing technique, it consists of very thin and fine wool threads, being transformed into lose, high quality, and pleasantly warming tissues. The Mega Knit wool blanket by Hay is suitable as daily blanket for the bed, as cover or as blanket for the sofa or the terrace. The long sides of the Mega Knit wool blanket have sewn edges, the short sides have 2 cm long fringes.
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