Printa welcomes spring with a fresh home collection: Neo Cottage combines the inviting tranquility of country life, rustic style features with minimalist patterns and contemporary elements.
There is no doubt that the most authentic pieces of the collection are the wood mangrove, the trough and the sámli, of which no two are the same, as they are limited in number, true vintage treasures. Time has passed over them, the traces of which echo beautifully - the chaise longues are dilapidated, the mangroves have holes - but their aesthetic value lies precisely in this unrepeatable patina, which gives an extra dimension of time to any minimalist space. Nowadays, the mángorló can be reborn as a serving dish, and the trough as a fruit bowl, and the small stool can be arranged anywhere: supplemented with a book or even a plant, it brings life and atmosphere to the space.
The popular Balaton and Mátra graphics have also been added to textiles by popular demand: now they can be taken home in the form of pillowcases, large shopping bags, tea towels and toiletries. The collection is characterized by a natural color palette, from which the pleasant blue of Lake Balaton and the vibrant green of Mátra stand out brilliantly. The patterns are hand-printed onto the natural cotton and jute canvas materials by water-based screen printing in Printa's workshop.
When it comes to decorating our home, we tend to forget about the kitchen, even though one or two small things can add a lot to the atmosphere of the room. In addition to kitchen towels with the Balaton and Mátra patterns, we can also refresh our kitchen with textile napkins, zero waste beeswax cloths and decorative brown glass containers made from recycled beer bottles. To complete the cottagecore experience, the giant beige and green corduroy shoppers help fill the packaging-free pantry.
Of course, we won't be without new Printa pillowcases this time either: in addition to the novelties with landscape patterns, two types of patchwork pillowcases are coming, which now attract attention not with their pattern, but with their delicate structure. The meeting of cotton, jute and linen with different weaves creates an exciting effect, all thanks to the earthy colors and geometric shapes in a clean, restrained style.
Neo Cottage also includes Zita Majoros' new ceramic collection: although the abstract patterns are uniform, each piece is unique as it is made by hand, including shaping, painting and glazing. The vases and the bowl created in this way reflect the peculiarities of rural life, while also harmonizing with contemporary trends. Craftsmanship, slowing down, idyll and the honest aesthetics inherent in imperfection: this is what the Printa Neo Cottage collection offers.
The entire collection can be viewed on the webshop and in the Rumbach Sebestyén utca store.