Marimekko Wallpaper

Marimekko WallpaperDemand for Marimekko to reintroduce their wallpaper has soared recently as more and more designers have turned towards the use of patterns and color when designing a space. Marimekko heard their pleas and is partnering with Italian company Sirpi to produce this new collection of vinyl wallpapers.


The new Marimekko wallpaper collection represents the top of its field, combining Marimekko's strong design know-how and Sirpi's over 100 years of experience in high-quality wallpaper production.
The first collection includes both well-known classics and more recent designs. In the future, the range of patterns will grow and diversify annually.


"The wallpaper collection brings Marimekko designs into a new -
but yet so natural - product category, which fits in perfectly with our comprehensive lifestyle thinking. Through the collaboration with Sirpi, we will reach entirely new target groups in both contract and home furnishings markets. Within recent years, a great demand has arisen for Marimekko wallpapers as the interior decoration trends have moved towards the increased use of patterns and colour. Now, together with Sirpi, we can bring even more joy and beauty into people's everyday lives," says Mika Ihamuotila, President and CEO of Marimekko.


Sources: Marimekko Company Press Release & FinnStyle Company Press Release


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