A piece of nature enters the homely kitchen with the Kaiku tea towel. With fresh colours and absorbent materials.
Kaiku is a pattern which brings the width of Finnish landscapes into homes. It was designed in 2004 by Maija Louekari and became a young classic already.
The Kaiku pattern looks like a window to nature. Kaiku, meaning “eco” in English, shows the width of Scandinavian landscapes in bribing graphic clearness. Black-white birches in front of a scenery in friendly blue and green tones – the simplicity and quietness of the pattern by Marimekko is emphasized by the hand-painted lines and the strong colours.
Marimekko produces the Kaiku tea towel out of 55% cotton and 45% linen, which makes the kitchen textile especially absorbent. The dishcloths by Marimekko are washable at 60°C.