Lapuan Kankurit Metsälampi table cloth/throw, 145 x 200 cm, rose - grey - lime
Lapuan Kankurit Metsälampi table cloth/throw, 145 x 200 cm, rose - grey - lime
Lapuan Kankurit Metsälampi table cloth/throw, 145 x 200 cm, rose - grey - lime
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Metsälampi table cloth/throw, 145 x 200 cm, rose - grey - lime

Lapuan Kankurit

139.00€

Lapuan Kankurit
Metsälampi table cloth/throw
139.00€


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Description

The Metsälampi table cloth by Lapuan Kankurit is decorated with a delicate Metsälampi pattern, designed by Akira Minagawa. The charming pattern takes you back to nature and the disappearing shapes in the water of the pond – the name "Metsälampi" means forest pond in English. The multifunctional linen cloth completes the look of table settings as a beautiful tablecloth but also works as a thin blanket in the summer heat, a curtain at the window or a picnic mat in the park.

The Metsälampi cloth is made in Finland of washed European linen, a carefree material with a naturally laid-back appearance. It is not necessary to iron the throw – small wrinkles and creases only give it a charming relaxed, natural look.

Material
100% washed European "Masters of linen" linen
Colour
Rose, grey, lime
Length
200 cm
Width
145 cm
Care instructions
Machine wash 60°C. Linen fibres may come off the product during the wash.

Akira Minagawa

Akira Minagawa (b. 1967) is a Japanese textile designer and illustrator, best known as the founder of the minä perhonen design company. In addition to his own brand, Minagawa has also designed textiles for Kvadrat of Denmark and Klippan of Sweden, among others.

Founded in 1995, minä perhonen manufactures clothing and upholstery fabrics with naive and imaginative prints as well as various design items. The brand name, minä perhonen, is Finnish for “I butterfly”. According to Minagawa, who has named Finland as one of his favourite countries, the name was chosen simply by flicking through a dictionary: “minä” stands for the designer himself, and the word “perhonen”, added later to the name, is a reference to the myriad of patterns adorning a butterfly’s wings – Minagawa’s idea has always been to create fabrics as beautiful and diverse as the wings of a butterfly.

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