This charming blue and white fabric was designed by Marianne Nilsson in the 1950s and remains a classic of Scandinavian simplicity and bold blue colour today. This design has been in constant production ever since launch, and comes in a variety of other matching kitchen items.
Freshen up your dining table with this high quality cotton/linen table runner, featuring a classic Swedish vintage design by Marianne Nilsson. Use one across the length of your table or try a couple the other way, they work wonderfully as place settings.
This lovely linen/cotton vintage tea towel featuring Marianne Nilssons blue herring (or 'Sill' in Swedish) is from the 1950's. It was one of the most popular Swedish designs of it's day and is still a best seller today. Printed in a strong blue on a white base, this tea or dish cloth is perfect for any kitchen.
An interesting cotton fabric design by Gunilla Gunnarsson showing traditional Swedish houses in lime green colour. Screen printed in Sweden, and suitable for curtains, cushions, tablecloths and roman blinds.
This charming small-scale blue and white flower print was one of Marianne Westman's first designs and is beautifully printed on fabric. Cheerful, and fully deserving as its place as a kitchen favourite made up into curtains, tablecloths or cushions!
Cherry Orchard (or Körsbärsträdgården in Swedish) is a charming fabric printed with cherry and blackbird patterns on a green background by iconic Swedish designer Marianne Westman. Gorgeous as a tablecloth, curtain or roman blind!
Designed by Marianne Westman in 1954, her Picnick design shows a variety of Scandinavian food stuffs laid out as if for a picnic. Perfect for making colourful retro curtains, tablecloths, aprons or cushions!
Featuring Marianne Westman's fabulous Picknick design from 1956 of various Scandinavian foods, this oil cloth fabric is amazing, nothing like its plastic coated cousin except that it's machine washable and very wipeable.
Bows is an authentic stylish 1930's design by Josef Frank. He was an Austrian-Swedish architect who created the Bows pattern as part of a larger collection mixing geometrical shapes with elements from nature.
A charming fabric design Crazy Pots, or Italiensk Blomsterhylla, by Swedish illustrator Olle Eksell. A beautiful and very cheerful design that's perfect for curtains, cushions or for making up into many other items.