Jussi runs a tiny one man print company in Helsinki, Finland. His wife Susanna is a interior designer and a journalist in a finnish interior design magazine DEKO. They united […]
Jussi runs a tiny one man print company in Helsinki, Finland. His wife Susanna is a interior designer and a journalist in a finnish interior design magazine DEKO. They united their forces and that’s how the Varpunen sacks were born. They’re made of material that is normally used for outdoor banners so they can also be used in wet conditions such as bathrooms, kitchen and balcony. Sack is called Varpunen (a little bird) after Susanna’s blog (which is named after our daughter Varpu). Sacks come in two sizes. Small ones are ideal for storing almost anything and big ones you can use them for laundry and toys. Buy them here for € 22 (small) and € 52 (big).
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