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  • ferm living logo ferm living - Marble Paper Napkin
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    ferm living logo ferm living - Marble Paper Napkin
    Marble isn’t known as old-fashioned furnishing material anymore. More and more people like the natural stones, for the ground, as tables and other pieces of furniture. Ferm living equipped soft napkins with the marble pattern of the popular hard stones. The Marble paper napkins bring marble to the table, where it looks noble and sophisticated. The Marble paper napkin is produced out of three layers of paper by ferm living. This is how the quality keeps its promise regarding the high class appearance.
  • Remember - Bordeaux & Red Napkin
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    Remember - Bordeaux & Red Napkin
    To be combined! The decorative Bordeaux & Red napkins from Remember set some accents. The colourful Bordeaux & Red napkins perfectly suit the other noticeable products from Remember. Breakfast board, table sets, placemats, muesli bowls and cups are emphasized even more combined with the paper napkins. The Patio 2 napkins wonderfully suit simpler services as well, since they add a welcome spot of colours. A package includes 20 napkins, which have 3 layers. Remember produces the paper napkins out of chlorine-free bleached pulp.
  • Iittala - Tanssi Paper Napkin
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    Iittala - Tanssi Paper Napkin
    Tanssi (the Finnish word for 'dance”) is a visual continuation of the magical world, which was created by the artist Klaus Haapaniemi for Iittala. The products of the Tanssi collection convince with fantasy motives and colours, reminding us of the inhabitants of undiscovered forests. Haapaniemi was inspired by the Czech opera 'The Cunning Little Vixen”, which is a sad and also beautiful history about the coexistence of animals and humans and the eternal circle of life. The Cunny Little Vixen (originally: Příhody lišky Bystroušky) is an opera by the Czech compositor Leoš Janáček. The opera emerged between 1921 and 1923 based on a novel by Rudolf Těsnohlídek. The opening night took place in November of 1924 and the opera of Helsinki presented this work again in 2015. Klaus Haapaniemi was called to equip the scenery, of course. Tanssi is different to other patterns like Taika, Korento or Satumestä, but it still emphasizes the distinctive and detailed style of Klaus Haapaniemi. The pattern tells its own story and it enriches our days with the cultural reference and a hint of nostalgia. The Tanssi napkins complete the Iittala collection by Klaus Haapaniemi. The combination of napkins and dishes give a unique, magical something to every served table, spreading a hint of nostalgia and romanticism.
  • Marimekko - Sitruunapuu Tablecloth
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    Marimekko - Sitruunapuu Tablecloth
    Cheeky little fruits: The Sitruunapuu tablecloth introduces an expressive pattern to your house. The cloth by Marimekko sets accents in the whole house. The designer Aino-Maika Metsola is famous for the work with powerful colours. The Finish designer proves how such colours wonderfully fit in kitchens with the Sitruunapuu tablecloth. Sitruunapuu means 'lemon” and it is one of numerous colourful fruits in slightly abstract forms displayed on the towels, looking a little bit childish. The extravagant pattern fills the place with colours and it will surely attract a lot of attention. Marimekko produces the Sitruunapuu tablecloth out of cotton in an Eco-Tex-Standard procedure. The easy-care material is easily washed and very tire proof.
  • Remember - Red Point Napkin
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    Remember - Red Point Napkin
    To be combined! The decorative Red Point napkins from Remember set some accents. The colourful Red Point napkins perfectly suit the other noticeable products from Remember. Breakfast board, table sets, placemats, muesli bowls and cups are emphasized even more combined with the paper napkins. The Patio 2 napkins wonderfully suit simpler services as well, since they add a welcome spot of colours. A package includes 20 napkins, which have 3 layers. Remember produces the paper napkins out of chlorine-free bleached pulp.
  • Remember - Patio 2 Napkin
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    Remember - Patio 2 Napkin
    To be combined! The decorative Patio 2 napkins from Remember set some accents. The colourful Patio 2 napkins perfectly suit the other noticeable products from Remember. Breakfast board, table sets, placemats, muesli bowls and cups are emphasized even more combined with the paper napkins. The Patio 2 napkins wonderfully suit simpler services as well, since they add a welcome spot of colours. A package includes 20 napkins, which have 3 layers. Remember produces the paper napkins out of chlorine-free bleached pulp.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Splash Napkin
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Splash Napkin
    Enjoy your meal!! With its graphic pattern, the Splash Napkin by ferm Living is a statement on every table. The pattern of the Splash Napkin brings back memories of water splashes or abstract art. Whatever you like to see: With the ferm Living Splash Napkin, a unique image on every table is guaranteed. The colour contrast and the visual separation provides attraction, particularly in combination with the matching dishes. Ferm Living manufactures the Splash Napkin of three-ply tissue.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Splash Table Cloth
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Splash Table Cloth
    Enjoy your meal!! With its graphic pattern, the Splash Table Cloth by ferm Living is a statement on every table. The pattern of the Splash Table Cloth brings back memories of water splashes or abstract art. Whatever you like to see: With the ferm Living Splash Table Cloth, a unique image on every table is guaranteed. The colour contrast and the visual separation provides attraction, particularly in combination with the matching dishes. Ferm Living manufactures the Splash Table Cloth of 100% cotton which receives its unique water splashes motif through a digital printing process.
  • Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Placemat
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    Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Placemat
    Marimekko created one of the most famous patterns of the world with Unikko. The legendary print spreads its flowery mood in the kitchen on the dining table with the Pieni Unikko placemats. Pieni Unikko is a smaller edition of the famous Unikko pattern, which has been designed by Maja Isola for Unikko in 1964. Kristina Isola, the daughter of the Finnish design icon, transformed the flowers pattern into a smaller scale for Pieni Unikko ('small poppy” in English). This makes it possible to print the flowers recognizable on the 43 x 34 cm placemats. Made of cotton, the Pieni Unikko placemat is easy to clean: It can be washed at 40°C.
  • Marimekko - Unikko Tablecloth Ø 160 cm
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    Marimekko - Unikko Tablecloth Ø 160 cm
    Unikko is a design icon. The flowers pattern from 1964 is fresh as ever, since good design doesn’t age. The designer Maija Isola achieved in catching the beauty of nature in a shiny, happy pattern with Unikko (Eng. 'Poppy”). Maija Isola dared to dream. The Finnish designer was inspired by the beauty of things that surrounds her. With shiny colours, curved shapes and simple lines is how the Unikko pattern became one of the icons of Finnish design. The round Unikko tablecloth with a diameter of 160 cm brings the world’s famous design into kitchens: The floury kitchen textile is charming, warm and friendly. These qualities noticeably encouraged the success of the flowers pattern. Marimekko produces the Unikko tablecloth of 100% cotton. This makes the modern kitchen textile easy to be cleaned and durable. The Unikko tablecloth is washable at 60°C.
  • Marimekko - Kaivo Tablecloth
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    Marimekko - Kaivo Tablecloth
    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 tablecloth by Marimekko encourages creativity. The Kaivo tablecloth 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 table stylishly. These qualities made an absolute classic in the assortment of Marimekko with the Kaivo print from 1964. The Kaivo tablecloth is pleasant to be touched and easy to be cleaned, since it consists of 100% cotton. The Kaivo tablecloth by Marimekko can be washed at 60°C.
  • Bambu - Cork Fabric Placemat
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    Bambu - Cork Fabric Placemat
    The cork textile placemat by Bambu is more than only environmentally friendly: The handmade processing of natural materials, like cork and cotton has many advantages. The cork and cotton material of the placemat by Bambu make it more flexible than some other placemats and furthermore extremely sustainable and environmentally friendly. Cork is known to be an ideal material for the kitchen and the dining table, since the material is anti-microbial, water repellent and insensitive against spots. The environmentally friendly placemats are also easily cleanable, since they are washing machine-safe. The backside out of dark cotton and the decorative contrasting stitching make the placemats usable from both sides and suiting different events and moods.
  • Iittala - Rondello Paper Napkin red
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    Iittala - Rondello Paper Napkin red
    Alfredo Häberli, who grew up in Buenos Aires and lives in Zurich, is a designed by heart. This is how he designed a special Christmas pattern in red tones for Iittala. The pattern was printed on Geschirrtücher , paper napkins and other products. Since the pattern of the Rondello paper napkin is simple and graphical, it doesn’t only suit the Christmas season. During the rest of the year it will dry everything, especially because the combination of linen and cotton greatly suctions humidity. Iittala lives the Mix & Match principle, which represents the free combinability of all the Iittala products. The Rondello towels are wonderfully combinable with many other products of the collection of the Finnish company, but as well with those of other manufacturers. For example Teema and Taika are wonderful partners for the Rondello series by Alfredo Häberli.
  • Iittala - Rondello Paper Napkin lilac
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    Iittala - Rondello Paper Napkin lilac
    Alfredo Häberli, who grew up in Buenos Aires and lives in Zurich, is a designed by heart. This is how he designed a special Christmas pattern in red tones for Iittala. The pattern was printed on Geschirrtücher , paper napkins and other products. Since the pattern of the Rondello paper napkin is simple and graphical, it doesn’t only suit the Christmas season. During the rest of the year it will dry everything, especially because the combination of linen and cotton greatly suctions humidity. Iittala lives the Mix & Match principle, which represents the free combinability of all the Iittala products. The Rondello towels are wonderfully combinable with many other products of the collection of the Finnish company, but as well with those of other manufacturers. For example Teema and Taika are wonderful partners for the Rondello series by Alfredo Häberli.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Pen Tablecloth
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Pen Tablecloth
    The powerful pattern transforms the Pen tablecloth from ferm Living into a statement on every table. The patterns on the Pen tablecloths make us remember different things: Seismographs, first drawing attempts of children or even abstract arts. Whatever you see in them, it is always a unique image on the table. The bribing contrast of colours and the sharp visual separation are especially attractive combined with the right cutlery. Ferm Living produces the Pen tablecloth of 100% ecological cotton, which is equipped with the unique Pen pattern by means of digital-print.
  • Artek - Siena Fabric Napkin
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    Artek - Siena Fabric Napkin
    The cotton made Siena napkins by Artek are high quality textiles out of the classic Siena collection by Alvar Aalto. Alvar Aalto designed his Siena pattern in 1954: A design, which acts architecturally clear as well as weightless. Aalto’s basic idea was to create a pattern for textiles, which would be useful for the most different purposes – Aalto’s second wife Elissa even had a dress in the Siena design. The square Siena napkins consist of 100% cotton. The different products of the collection by Artek are wonderfully combinable with each other because of the numerous possibilities given by the Siena design.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Grocery Paper Napkins
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Grocery Paper Napkins
    A highlight on the table: The ferm Living Grocery paper napkins introduce good style into your dining room. The graphical design of the grocery paper napkins and the powerful pastel tones are characteristically for the Danish manufacturer ferm Living. The vivid images come from the Swedish illustrator Ingela P. Arrhenius, whose love for the style of the 50s and 60s is unmistakable. Ferm Living produces the Grocery napkins out of three-coat paper. Each package contains 20 pieces.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Hexagon Napkin Rigns
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Hexagon Napkin Rigns
    Sometimes it is about the details on served tables. The Hexagon napkin rings from ferm Living ensure special accents, remaining decently in the background. The ferm Living Hexagon napkin rings appear in the characteristic hexagonal shape, as the name reveals. These design pieces look noble and simple at the same time on served dining tables. Ferm Living produces the Hexagon napkin rings out of brass.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Half Moon Paper Napkins
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Half Moon Paper Napkins
    A highlight on the table: The ferm Living Half Moon paper napkins introduce good style into your dining room. The graphical design of the Half Moon paper napkins and the powerful pastel tones are characteristically for the Danish manufacturer ferm Living. The geometrically appealing, clear shapes, as well as the contrast between dark patterns and bright base transform the napkins into attractive eye-catchers. Ferm Living produces the Half Moon napkins out of three-coat paper. Each package contains 20 pieces.
  • Marimekko - Unikko Tablecloth 160 x 250 cm
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    Marimekko - Unikko Tablecloth 160 x 250 cm
    Unikko is a design icon. The flowers pattern from 1964 is fresh as ever, since good design doesn’t age. The designer Maija Isola achieved in catching the beauty of nature in a shiny, happy pattern with Unikko (Eng. 'Poppy”). Maija Isola dared to dream. The Finnish designer was inspired by the beauty of things that surrounds her. With shiny colours, curved shapes and simple lines is how the Unikko pattern became one of the icons of Finnish design. The Unikko tablecloth brings the world’s famous design into kitchens: The floury kitchen textile is charming, warm and friendly. These qualities noticeably encouraged the success of the flowers pattern. Marimekko produces the Unikko tablecloth of 100% cotton, which is the reason why the modern kitchen textile is easily cleaned and durable.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Half Moon Paper Napkins
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Half Moon Paper Napkins
    A highlight on the table: The ferm Living Half Moon paper napkins introduce good style into your dining room. The graphical design of the Half Moon paper napkins and the powerful pastel tones are characteristically for the Danish manufacturer ferm Living. The geometrically appealing, clear shapes, as well as the contrast between dark patterns and bright base transform the napkins into attractive eye-catchers. Ferm Living produces the Half Moon napkins out of three-coat paper. Each package contains 20 pieces.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Grocery Paper Napkins
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Grocery Paper Napkins
    A highlight on the table: The ferm Living Grocery paper napkins introduce good style into your dining room. The graphical design of the grocery paper napkins and the powerful pastel tones are characteristically for the Danish manufacturer ferm Living. The vivid images come from the Swedish illustrator Ingela P. Arrhenius, whose love for the style of the 50s and 60s is unmistakable. Ferm Living produces the Grocery napkins out of three-coat paper. Each package contains 20 pieces.
  • Iittala - Sarjaton Napkin
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    Iittala - Sarjaton Napkin
    Recognition As modern interpretation of the Finnish tradition, Iittala prideful presents the Sarjaton collection and clinks the glasses for a completely new thinking approach of tableware. The soft contours and the thrilling decors of this exciting collection allow facets-rich combinations for a contemporaneous eating-culture. Iittala brought six young Finnish designers out of fashion, product, graphic and digital design together to create a collection which wouldn’t only respect handicraft arts and eating rituals, bit also current values. Inspired by the Finnish way of life and a more conscious lifestyle, Sarjaton is the result of an innovative and common design process. Translated Sarjaton means 'without series” – the different single pieces work together in combination with other collections, but also as single elements. They enable creative combinations according to individual demands, suit the most different events without problems and therewith redefine liberty of flexibility. The collection Kay Frank revolutioned the table culture of his time since ever and embossed therewith the Iittala style of purist, often also geometric forms. With Sarjaton the Finnish company goes a step forward: Sarjaton is a complete and still reduced selection of 26 single pieces, where design plays a deciding role as well as the touch by the usage of materials. The single Sarjaton elements consist of glass, ceramic, ash wood and textiles, which can freely be combined with other products. Natural, damped tones such as peark grey, white, ancient rose, clay brown and rust red form the base for the tactile surfaces with patterns and reliefs on glossy as well as semi-matt glazing. The soft design og Sarjaton is expressed the best by the refined forms of the plate, which ideally embody what the series is about: Flowing forms, beauty and functionality. Finnish tradition modernly interpreted The roots of Finnish design lie in the history, the traditions and hostile lifestyle of the country and gain more and more attention: The objects have simple forms, but they are surely produced by craftsmen artists with wide ideas. This is how also Sarjaton reflects the core of the Finnish folk tradition and has also been inspired by cultural tradition, among others. The pattern Metsä (forest) is homage to the forest, which doesn’t only cover the half of the Finnish country, but also offers protection and food to humans since ever. Colourful, traditional-Finnish stitching offers the inspiration for the Tikki (stitch) design and the Finnish art of braiding, whether hair, baskets o carpets was exemplarily for Letti (braided plaits) structure. Sarjaton’s soft forms and natural colours embody the tradition which found its way into contemporaneous times and offer the possibility of developing own future oriented traditions.
  • Iittala - Taika Napkins
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    Iittala - Taika Napkins
    The Iittala Taika series wakes memories that have been forgotten long ago. The napkins complete the nostalgic and fantasy full collection of the Finnish manufacturer. The decorative pattern for Taika was designed by Klaus Haapaniemi. The pattern was initially planned to ornament the Iittala series Aika by Heikki Orvola, but the result was so impressing that the managers soon decided to vitalize a completely new series.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Napkin Dot
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Napkin Dot
    The design duo Scholten & Baijings created the napkin 'Dot” as part of their textiles collection for the Danish company Hay. The design of the napkins is based on a graphic pattern, as well as most of the products made by the Netherlands colours experts. The S&B Dot napkins consist of 100% cotton. The soft colours and patterns transform the napkins into weightless and harmonic textiles. The pattern is printed in a Jaquart-procedure which is the reason why the napkins’ processing is very sophisticated. Suiting the napkin, there are also tablecloths available with the Dot pattern. The Danish company Hay offers the S&B Dot napkin as part of a collection of textiles, which has been developed in tight cooperation with the designers. Besides the napkins and tablecloths, also bed linen, dishcloths and carpets emerged out of that cooperation.
  • Carl Mertens - Myria Table Mat
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    Carl Mertens - Myria Table Mat
    Myria is a table mat, which gives you a high grade of flexibility and mobility because of its sequence. Charmant and dynamic does it adjusts itself into its asked adoption and finds its place as a playful sculpture in the table area. The variable table mat Myria wa designed by Anne Boenisch for Carl Mertens and won in the year 2008 the Form Design Award. All in one is Myria made of 13 chain links made of stainless steel, which will always be the right mat in every position.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Napkin Double Grid
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Napkin Double Grid
    The design duo Scholten & Baijings designed the S&B Napkin Double Grid as part of their textiles collection for the Danish company Hay. The design of the napkins is based on graphic patterns, as nearly all the Scholten & Baijings products. The S&B Napkin Double Grid consist of 100% cotton. The soft colours and the soft patterns make the tissues seem weightless and harmonic. The napkins get their pattern by means of a Jaquard procedure and they are therefore very resistant. There is also a tablecloth available suiting the napkins. The Danish company Hay offers the S&B Napkins Double Grid as part of a collection of textiles which was developed in tight cooperation with the designers. Besides the napkins and the tablecloth, the collection also includes bed linen, dishcloths and carpets.
  • Hey Sign - Place Mat
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    Hey Sign - Place Mat
    There are many reasons for making place mats out of felt: The material is heat resistant, water and dirt repellent as well as robust when it is used. The Hey Sign experts bring those practical felt qualities to the kitchen and the dining table. Both, the felt material and all the Hey Sign products are 'Made in Germany”, the final processing of the products is even 'Handmade”. The used felt is made of 100% pure new wool without additional chemicals or recycled textiles, which is documented by the wool seal of approval. By the way, Hey Sign is the first and only felt factory, whose products were certified according to 'The Woolmark Company”. Hey Sign offers the rectangular place mats out of felt in different editions (such as rectangular, concave, oval, with rounded corners) and in many different colours.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Tablecloth Double Grid
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Tablecloth Double Grid
    The design duo Scholten & Baijings designed the S&B Tablecloth Double Grid as part of their textiles collection for the Danish company Hay. The design of the napkins is based on graphic patterns, as nearly all the Scholten & Baijings products. The S&B Tablecloth Double Grid consist of 100% cotton. The soft colours and the soft patterns make the cloths seem weightless and harmonic. The tablecloths get their pattern by means of a Jaquard procedure and they are therefore very resistant. There is also a napkin available suiting the tablecloths. The Danish company Hay offers the S&B Tablecloth Double Grid as part of a collection of textiles which was developed in tight cooperation with the designers. Besides the napkins and the tablecloth, the collection also includes bed linen, dishcloths and carpets.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Tablecloth Dot
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - S&B Tablecloth Dot
    The design duo Scholten & Baijings created the tablecloth 'Dot” as part of their textiles collection for the Danish company Hay. The design of the tablecloth is based on a graphic pattern, as well as most of the products made by the Netherlands colours experts. The S&B tablecloth Dot consists of 100% cotton. The soft colours and patterns transform the tablecloth into a weightless and harmonic textile. The pattern is printed in a Jaquart-procedure which is the reason why the tablecloth’s processing is very sophisticated. Suiting the tablecloth, there are also napkins available with the Dot pattern. The Danish company Hay offers the S&B tablecloth Dot as part of a collection of textiles, which has been developed in tight cooperation with the designers. Besides the tablecloth and the napkin, also bed linen, dishcloths and carpets emerged out of that cooperation.
  • Artek - Siena paper napkin
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    Artek - Siena paper napkin
    The Siena paper napkins by Artek are the perfect fulfil for the textiles of the classic Siena collection by Alvar Aalto. Alvar Aalto designed his Siena pattern in 1954: A design, which acts architecturally clear as well as weightless. Aalto’s basic idea was to create a pattern for textiles, which would be useful for the most different purposes – Aalto’s second wife Elissa even had a dress in the Siena design. The Siena paper napkins are available in two sizes. The napkins are suitable as accent on the simple dining table or as optimal fulfil for the other kitchen textiles of the abc collection by Artek because of the timeless Siena design.
  • Iittala - Origo paper napkins
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    Iittala - Origo paper napkins
    Harmony on the table: The proper paper napkins combined with the Origo tableware by Iittala. In 1999 Alfredo Häberli created the Origo tableware for the Finnish design manufacturer Iittala. Nobody would have predicted then that this product would become a real design classic. The Origo design was awarded international prizes several times: The IF Design Award in 2002, the Excellent Swedish Design Award in 2001 and the Japanese Prize Zakka of the Year 2001. According to Iittala, where quality is of great importance, the Origo series withstands the burden of daily use for an extraordinarily long time. Being dishwasher as well as microwave-safe and also frost and heat-resistant, the Origo porcelain is a colourful enrichment from the mornings to the evenings.
  • Menu Design Menu - Felt Table Mats
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    Menu Design Menu - Felt Table Mats
    The Danish design smithy Norm designed the practical felt table mats for Menu with clear Scandinavian design style – without unnecessary gimmicks. The simple design of the table sets is suitable for nearly every event, whether as mat for a meal in between or as table set for a Sunday’s brunch with the family. The high quality felt material is equipped with optically appealing seams at the borders and it can simply be cleaned with a humid cloth. Since the felt table sets are delivered in sets of 4 pieces in a pretty gift package, they are also ideal gift ideas.
  • Iittala - Sarjaton Table Runner
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    Iittala - Sarjaton Table Runner
    As modern interpretation of the Finnish tradition, Iittala prideful presents the Sarjaton collection and clinks the glasses for a completely new thinking approach of tableware. The soft contours and the thrilling decors of this exciting collection allow facets-rich combinations for a contemporaneous eating-culture. Iittala brought six young Finnish designers out of fashion, product, graphic and digital design together to create a collection which wouldn’t only respect handicraft arts and eating rituals, bit also current values. Inspired by the Finnish way of life and a more conscious lifestyle, Sarjaton is the result of an innovative and common design process. Translated Sarjaton means 'without series” – the different single pieces work together in combination with other collections, but also as single elements. They enable creative combinations according to individual demands, suit the most different events without problems and therewith redefine liberty of flexibility. Sarjaton is a complete but still reduced selection of 26 single elements, where touch plays a deciding role in design but aso in the usage of the materials. The single Sarjaton elements consist of glass, ceramic, ash wood and textiles, which can be combined with other products without any problems. Natural, damped tones such as pearl grey, white, ancient rose, earth brown and rust red form the base for the tactile surface with patterns and reliefs out of glossy as well as semi-matt glazing.
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