Shaped by architecture

Marimekko’s lifelong mission is to bring color and joy into people’s lives and homes everywhere. The fall/winter ’23 home collection celebrates prints that have their expression rooted in architecture, but also in the organic and wild. Sophisticatedly muted primary colors meet neutral base tones and elegant metallic finishings. The cozy season is here!

Create a tablescape to remember with Maija Isola’s iconic Unikko (poppy) design. The flower petals show the natural color of the unbleached fabric base. Printed in Helsinki, this fabric features 46% recycled cotton and 21% recycled linen.
Our new home collection pays tribute to the curiosity-invoking clash between architectural and nature-themed prints—one of them being Peura (deer), a new design by the talented Aino-Maija Metsola.


Cherish your tableware & textiles

We strive to make products that last, and we sincerely invite you to play your part by giving them a long, loving life. For example, remember to always hand-wash our ceramic items with metallic finishes. Discover all of the useful care tips and tricks for homeware in our care guide.

The deepest shade of rich winter night blue meets a touch of softly shimmering gold in the exquisite new Juhla Unikko mug set. Make sure to get your own collector’s item!
The Tiiliskivi (brick) motif embodies our founder Armi Ratia's appreciation for the uncomplicated beauty found in everyday life. The golden Tiiliskivi pattern now graces the Oiva teapot, bringing a touch of enchantment to every single day.
Updating your living room textiles is a simple way to embrace the cozy and comforting ambiance of the season. Continuing with the Tiiliskivi theme, indulge in an irresistible blend of blue and mustard yellow.
Marimekko candle holders are designed to be mixed and matched. Did you know that the featured Puteli and the curvaceous Butticula can also serve as vases? Simply remove the metal top.

Let the light in

Marimekko's minimalistic candle holders are designed by Carina Seth Andersson and made of mouthblown glass. Carina’s design process is about scaling back, finding the balance between simplicity and meaningful form to result in pieces that have a timeless quality.

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