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I love that this towel rack looks like a vine twisting along your wall. It has a great organic feeling and is made of recycled materials - bonus!
I love Anthropologie for many reasons, one is their constantly changing inventory of knobs and hooks. I have great luck finding super cool hooks like these on a regular basis.
This lion towel holder could be the perfect decor for March. I would pair it with a lamb-soft fluffy white towel for the ultimate subtle March humor.
Lion Towel Holder
If these blackened cast iron animal hooks could entice the hanging up of a wet towel, then that would be fantastic. Honestly, I like these so much that I wouldn't mind even seeing these bear — erm, bare.
These hooks look like delicate twigs but are made of iron. I can see these making a perfect addition as coat hooks in an entryway or mud room. Even better if it's a cabin in the woods or a lake house.
Classic, classic style. Perfect for a mudroom or entryway. Will work with so many design aesthetics.
Have I mentioned how many great knobs and pulls we find at Anthro? Here are another of many that we love and use all of the time on client projects and in our own home.
Capture the rustic feel of nature for your home with our Natures Walk collection. This natural iron accessory is artfully crafted to bring nature indoors with its branch and leaf design. Rich in detail and rustic charm.
This vintage window shutter has been repurposed and adorned with hooks. It has been painted and distressed for a shabby cottage chic look. What a pretty way to hang towels in the bathroom! You can also place it in a kitchen to keep pot holders, aprons and towels in easy reach or hang a mudroom to...
A fun way to display the towel bars with an insert of the same turquoise glass mosaic around the bathtub.
I don't know about you, but I hate replacing the t.p. on those annoying little holders. This giraffe's neck is the perfect solution.
We've got to bring some blue and white into the bath, and I love the look and weight of these Turkish towels.
Make overnight guests feel extra special with these luxurious leopard print towels that are soft to the touch.
I'm always on the lookout for cool bath towels. These would perfectly fit my black and white bathroom.
Birch Bath Towel
Scented candles are one of life's simple luxuries, but some of the scents out there have ingredients that aren't so good to breathe in. This long-burning soy wax candle uses organic essential oil to fill your home with the soothing scent of verbena that's as fresh as summer fields. Housed in a...
Looking for a way to make your bathroom feel more like a spa? Hamman towels are based off of the towels of traditional Turkish baths. A smaller version of the Hamman Towel, these towels would complement any bathroom.
I love when my purchases can serve multiple functions. What's great about these traditional Turkish bath towels is that they look just as beautiful hanging in your bathroom as they will on your dining room table. Finally, a towel that I will be proud to lounge on in public.
Chances are, there are a handful of towels at anyone's house that need to be demoted to the car wash towel pile. Help spur this along by gifting these luxe fluffy towels with the pretty garden knot design.
Matouk "Gordian Knot"
I'll admit to being a bit of an ABC Home stalker-I could spend days there, o.k., I have spent days there and can't wait to return. In the meantime, there is always the website, where I find so many inspiring items like these towels, what a gorgeous weave!
Leather makes a refreshing and unexpected container for storing your tissues. The sleek design is enhanced by the leather seam stitching and really stands out from a crowd of common objects. This is clearly something special for your bathroom or bedroom design.
Leather Tissue Holder
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In the bathroom I stick to white towels, but for the beach anything goes. I'd gladly add this gorgeous and colorful towel to my tote, and relish unfurling it in all its rainbow glory on a hot summer's day.
Who doesn't love everything made by preppy shop Iomoi? I want to own it all, including this set of guest towels. So irreverent and prep-tastic!
Take poshness to a whole new level in your bathroom with this opulent bathroom vanity. The lacquered solid wood base is sumptuously complemented by the tempered glass countertop and Swarovski crystal-embedded drawer pulls.
Paris Bathroom Vanity
$4,087.20 Only 3 Left
The aqua color and forged iron combine to create this whimsical towel rack. Perfect for waterside showers!
Classico Roll Stand
Gorgonia Ventalina, or the common sea fan, is a species of coral with a branching, fan-shaped skeleton that grows in colonies. The elaborately textured fans in brilliant hues wave gracefully underwater, as the ocean’s vibrant surprise.
Ripples in the sand and sea are natural, rhythmic patterns formed by wind, waves and ocean currents. Our sand ripple pattern comes from a shore in Long Beach Island, New Jersey; colors are inspired by the clear turquoise of Caribbean waters rippling over Bermuda’s pink-sanded beaches.
Diploria Strigosa, also known as Brain Coral, features a maze of twisting, turning walls and valleys that symbolize the complex labyrinth of the human brain.The massive colonies of sculptural, boulder-like reefs with their sinuous patterns are nature’s underwater modern art creations.
Volutidae snail shells are often referred to as the “aristocrats” of the shell world, due to their striking patterns. The Voluta Bednalli, discovered in the 1800s in Darwin, Australia by William Tompson Bednall, is a rare species with an exceptionally elaborate pattern.
The mixed media used in this kitchen island make it stand apart from a sea of marble and granite. Detailed carvings and bold hardware have been added by master craftsmen to give the piece a grand look evoking a sense of history and meaningful character. It's sure to be the center of your hearth and...
Large Kitchen Island
Hexagonaria Percarinata, or Petoskey stone, is a fossilized 350 million-year-old coral named after Ottawa Indian Chief Ignatius Petosega, whose name poetically means “rising sun” or “rays of dawn.” Our pattern comes from a stone found on the beach in Petroskey, Michigan.
Conus Gloriamaris, also known as the “Glory Of The Seas” was regarded for centuries as the rarest shell in the world. This sea snail’s conical shell features an intricate geometric pattern; ours comes from a shell discovered near the Balicasag Island in the Philippines.
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