Good textiles. Made in Finland.

, , , , By Catherine

A new discovery to us: Saana ja Olli.

The company started in 2008 in Finland. The couple behind the label studied textile design together, and developed a strong interest for sustainability, durability and local production – What the company stands for.

“We realized that the current market was lacking in sustainably produced interior textiles we liked, and proceeded to fill this void with our products.” Their products are made of 100% European hemp fabrics (to find out why, check out their website for an interesting explanation).

We are especially fond of the Yö metsässä (‘Night in the Forest’) collection – The print tells a story about life in the forest. “It tells about communication between people and their surroundings, based on love and mutual respect. The inspiration sterns from traditional Finnish lifestyle blended with magical elements, and old weird Finland that never existed.”

Photos: Saana ja Olli



  1. 12 Dec 2011 / 04:28

    Oh I love the folk inspired pattern and colour scheme! I’d love to have one of those big pillows to lean on and enjoy a good read. Great find!!

    • catherine
      12 Dec 2011 / 08:42

      Thanks Igor!
      It still a young brand, but I am convinced they’ll be very successful!! :) I want a pillow too ;)

  2. 12 Dec 2011 / 09:00

    Definitely!!! If only I could find a good online shopping source, I’d put it right on my Xmas wish list!!! So nice!

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