Tray | Red Siena by Alvar Aalto
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The bold Siena fabric pattern was originally designed by world renowned Finnish Architect and designer Alvar Aalto in 1954. He named it after the city where he and his wife Aino Aalto honeymooned.
The graphic motif features bold strokes on a white background and takes pride of place on this fine and functional kitchen serving tray. Bring a piece of classic mid century design into your space - ideal for both modern and traditional kitchens.
Size: 43 x 33 x 2cm
Materials:Laminated Plywood and Paper
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