Established in Finland in 1951 by Viljo and Armi Ratia, Marimekko was a spinoff of Printex, a manufacturer of oilcloth and printed fabrics. In 1951, the fledgling textile company commissioned young Finnish artists such as Riitta Immonen and Vuokko Nurmesniemi to design a range of prints thus kick-starting its iconic line of fabrics.

Continuing to develop its range of products Marimekko has nutured a distinctive illustrative style that is immediately synonymous with mid-century design. By collaborating with both students and leading designers, they have been able to widen their scope to include both a range of soft accessories of tableware.

  • Bold Pattern
  • Scandinavian Design
  • Colour


Marimekko Weather Diary

Weather Diary

Taking inspiration from the Autumnal colours of the Nordic landscape, the Marimekko Weather Diary Range captures the atmosphere of the Finnish countryside within a sleekly styled collection of dinnerware.

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marimekko unikko print

Unikko Collection

Originally designed in protest to company founder Armi Ratia's announcement that Marimekko would never print a floral pattern, the iconic Unikko print is one of Marimekko’s most enduring designs.

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