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A cheeky reminder of how to craft a complete meal, this tea towel looks sharp either on the wall or over the shoulder while cooking.
Every kitchen needs a charming French touch. This 100-percent cotton grain sack features an intricate vintage print that makes it look like you've inherited it from the French grandparents you wish you had.
Glass Hanger is a patented, innovative sliding drying rack that attaches underneath a kitchen cabinet and solves the problem of safely drying items that are not dishwasher safe, including stemware, non stick pans, decanters, water bottles, baby items and more, while saving valuable counter space. ...
I love the idea of elevating an everyday dinner by setting the table for no particular holiday or occasion. A set of vintage French tea towels has that perfect unfussy yet special feel for table linens.
A vintage tea towel from France is the perfect thing to hang from the stove or hook in the kitchen. And luckily, this piece would work for Valentine’s Day and myriad other holidays as well, thanks to the simple red stripe.
Let the letters do the talking while you dry the dishes. Make housework a little more fun with some vintage typography.
These dishtowels have the perfect mix of embroidered detail and French country style. Look no further if you need a gift for a baker. Include some vintage cookie cutters and recipe cards with this dishtowel, and your gift recipient will be baking away in no time.
I love these gorgeous vintage French towels with monograms. They feel rustic because they’re made from antique nubby linen, but they’re very luxurious for the kitchen or bath.
If the dish towels you currently have are anything like mine, they are in serious need of replacing. Throw out those old, stained rags and get something new and fun. The bold patterns of these towels will definitely stand out in your kitchen.
I don't think anyone can deny this truth, so why not display it? This pretty little dish towel would be great for drying up those cake bowls after they have been licked and cleaned.
Joy Tea Towel
I think this towel is gorgeous with all the different sized dots and the colors. It would fit in any kitchen.
Avril Loreti is one of my favorite textile designers, and I think this new Latticework tea towel is absolutely stunning. It's so gorgeous that I'd probably hang it on a wall instead of using it to dry dishes.
I have a bit of a thing for fairytale-esque seascapes. This tea towel is gorgeous and probably too lovely to wipe dishes with.
Drying the dishes would actually be a pleasure with this pretty hand-printed organic linen tea towel. Those fun little folk birds in cherry red would also make a great housewarming or hostess gift.
One advantage of a staycation is that you can put your dishes in the dishwasher instead of having to do them by hand on some noisy, dirty campground. But if you do need to do a little drying, use this cute dish towel without worrying that it will get ruined.
A kitchen is always in need of towels for wiping up messes, drying hands and doing the dishes. This linen towel is absorbent but lightweight, and the classic navy stripe is just the accessory for a country kitchen. You can also spread this towel out on the table and use it as a small tablecloth or...
Embroidered 100% cotton handtowels, these little bakers are riding snails, reminding you to take your time when making your favorite dish. Savor each chop and stir, slowly simmer to perfection.
My family swore by these old-timey flour sack dish towels. Many of mine are embroidered by my grandma, but they work just as well plain. The flour sack material absorbs water well and dries quickly.
Simple white dish towels are great in the kitchen, but it's just so much more fun to see cute illustrations of canned vegetables every day.
Pretty statement tea towels with fun phrasing should be used to dry the dishes or framed as artwork.
Add a touch of neon to the kitchen is with textiles, like this dish towel with pink ink on french organic cotton.
Drying the dishes just got eerily entertaining with this skull print tea towel from Counter Couture Design.
Give your kitchen a pop of bold color with this pear teatowel by Lotta Kuhlhorn. It's long on Scandinavian style and will make drying the dishes a lot more fun.
I adore the French style of this dish towel. I'm not sure I could bring myself to dry my hands on it!
A more sophisticated take on polka dots, the lovely Modern Dot tea towel from Manusmade on Etsy is an elegant way to dry the dishes.
Plan on staying in on Valentine's Day? Whip up a gourmet meal in the kitchen and keep it festive with heart dish towels.
If only everything thing could be as "easy as pie!" Display this fun dish towel to remind you to slow down and take it easy.
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