Finlayson Elämän Jälki Apron
Print: Johanna Rautiainen.
Material: 50% cotton and 50% recycled cotton.
Dimensions: 27.5" x 33.5"
Description: Between lush flowers, there are many traces of life. The round stains left by glassware are traces of happy moments that will live on in our memories. Designed by Johanna Rautiainen, the Traces of Life pattern boldly celebrates imperfection, also in kitchen textiles.
You can easily adjust the apron with the neck strap and the side straps tied at the back. The apron has a convenient front pocket.
The Traces of Life apron is made of 100% rib weave cotton, which is firm and rather thick. 50% of the cotton is recycled. We are always looking for substitutes for cotton and ways to increase the amount of recycled materials we use. The product has been granted the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX certificate, indicating that the product does not contain harmful chemicals and is safe to use.
This apron is great for the Christmas season, for example. Update the look of your kitchen by ordering other Traces of Life textiles to complement the apron.
The story of the Traces of Life pattern: Everyone knows the sinking feeling of seeing a stain on a tablecloth left by a coffee cup. Stains and various marks left on textiles feel like defects that should be washed away. Looking at them from another perspective, they are traces of life. They remind us of the times we have had and keep our memories alive. Why not see them as important and as part of the pattern?
Care: Machine wash warm, gentle-cycle.
Finlayson Oy is Finnish textile manufacturer. The company was founded in 1820 when James Finlayson a Scottish engineer, established a cotton mill in Tampere Finland. The company manufactures various interior textiles and sleep products under the brand names Finlayson and Familon. The company has stores and retailers in Finland, Russia, and the Baltic countries. Dedicated to bringing creativity, color and high-quality to homes since 1820. Our mission is to create products that make your home feel more like you.