Iittala Taika

Tea towel 47x70cm blue

Blue

The Iittala tea towel features the whimsical Taika design. A combination of linen and cotton gives this lovely kitchen towel durability and makes it perfect for drying dishes, covering bread, etc. Available in serene blue. Also makes a great gift idea. 47 x 70 cm, 53 % linen 47% cotton. Machine wash 60 C.

  • Material: 53% Linen, 47% Cotton
  • Check the care label for exact instructions.
  • Wash before use.
  • Follow the recommended washing temperature since washing at temperatures that are too low may cause color transfer.
  • Strong-colored and patterned products should be washed inside out.
  • It is advisable to wash dark and strong-colored items separately or with like colors in plenty of water as some dye may come off, especially in the first few washes.
  • Soaking is not recommended.
  • Wash the towels/home textiles in a full machine, washing single towels for example can lead to pilling (due to excessive friction during the washing process) If towel pilling occurs, it should get better after a few washes
  • Products may shrink in the first wash.
  • To ensure the products remains as absorbent as possible do not use fabric conditioner.
Product Article Number
1027375
EAN
6411923665179
Width
70 cm
Length
47 cm
Weight
0.08 kg
Taika

Designer Klaus Haapaniemi’s Taika (meaning “magic” in Finnish) inspires imagination and storytelling, letting you choose from a variety of bold and enchanting pieces. The vibrant designs gradually reveal their details and layers to the viewer. Haapaniemi’s magic was combined with the shapes of the Aika series designed by Heikki Orvola.

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Standard delivery cost is £9.00. Delivery time varies according to destination; usually orders are delivered within 6-9 days. Express delivery takes 2-3 business days.

Iittala webstore customers have the right to return the unused products free of charge within 14 days of delivery.


Iittala's designer Klaus Haapaniemi

Klaus Haapaniemi

Klaus Haapaniemi (b.1970) is an internationally recognized London-based Finnish designer. In 2010, he founded the Klaus Haapaniemi artisanal design and lifestyle brand with Mia Wallenius. Their design approach is influenced by nature, Finnish folklore and traditional decorative arts with a modern twist. Inspiration comes from a rich selection of cultural references including the worlds of art, ballet, music and storytelling. Haapaniemi’s design experience includes many major brands including Levi’s, Diesel and Dolce & Gabbana. He has been recognized as one of the most important rising stars in design by the WGSN’s trend forecast. In 2015, Haapaniemi designed the piece Cunning Little Vixen for the Finnish National Opera which inspired the Tanssi collection for Iittala. His sense of whimsy and magic is illustrated in Iittala’s classic Taika series.

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