April 19, 2012

Kitchen Textiles

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When I was a kid, I visited Colonial Williamsburg, and brought home a kitchen towel with a lovely toile pattern on it.  My mother used it for decades until the design was barely discernible.  They are so basic yet there’s something about this piece of textile that is so part of the heart of the kitchen

Check out Teroforma’s Pastry Stripe kitchen towels (52% linen/48% cotton, 20”W x 27.5”L; set of 2/$22) and Neat and Clean Kitchen Cloths in solid colors sized smaller for quick clean ups (100% long fiber European flax linen; 18” square; set of 2/$25).

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I have a penchant for kitchen towels too!

I like the patterns. They're subtle but make a nice addition to the kitchen.

Cute post.

I agree, what is it about kitchen towels?

Yep, kitchen towels (or tea towels) are a simple, pretty way to switch up your kitchen decor. I enjoy embroidering them, also, to add another element of fun.

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