Bottna fabric, white - black

Marimekko

$47.15

Marimekko
Bottna fabric
$47.15


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Description

Marimekko's Bottna cotton fabric is decorated with a black-and-white pattern designed by Anna Danielsson in 2002. Over the years, the Bottna print has become one of Marimekko's modern classics celebrated especially among those who favor the clear lines of Scandi-style home decor. The Jugend-inspired pattern depicts the leaves of water lilies, and it reflects the designer's concern for the state of the environment.

Material
100% Oeko-Tex certified cotton
Width
57.87 in (147 cm)
Measurement details
Width +/-3%
Repeat
31.1 in (79 cm)
Notes
This fabric is sold by the meter and comes in one continuous length. Add the number of meters required into the Quantity box.
Please note that the maximum continuous length is 15 meters.

Anna Danielsson

Anna Danielsson (b. 1972) is a well known Swedish textile designer, whose modern yet timeless fabrics have become very popular. Anna Danielsson has earned her place among Marimekko's distinctive designers. Her first printed fabrics for Marimekko appeared in the collection in the spring of 2001. 

Since then, the impressive prints of this original artist with their graphic basic appearance have been included in Marimekko’s collections. While highly trendy, Danielsson’s patterns are also timeless designs. For Marimekko she designed patterns such as Fokus (2001) and Bottna (2002), which are available in different color combinations. Bottna, a pattern inspired by the plant world and represents a leaf sketched with strong lines. The same pattern is represented also on a beautiful decorative pillow from Marimekko and in 2006 the Bottna tableware collection was launched by Iittala. Among other products created for Marimekko, Anna Danielsson has designed furnishing fabrics, kitchen and bathroom products and bags. Worth mentioning are the kitchen and table-setting products realized with the Fokus pattern – mugs, oven mittens, pot holders and aprons – that have become highly popular among the public.

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  • M

    Tampere, Finland

    5

    Tämä oli myös haaveeni hankkia juuri tämä klassikko kangas verhoiksi. Nyt tulee uudet verhot keittiöömme.

    200 days ago

Very good

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