31,595 wooden towel Products
For the little pastry chef, Melissa and Doug offers beautiful wooden cookies with velcro-able frosting. Light and easy to handle, the tray fits into a pretend oven for the yummiest cookies you've ever imagined.
This is a nice wooden rack that give shoe space some sophistication. However, you are limited to a certain size and height.
Urban gardeners celebrate! This set is perfect for anyone who wants to garden but doesn't have a lot of space. This stacked system holds tons of plants and can be paired for a really striking border along a patio or balcony.
Vertical Planter Set
Many of us may have memories of hours of car play, and this modern structure helps our children continue with the fun. All wooden with a hand operated elevator, this fun garage will make for hours of fun without being an eyesore. Beep beep.
Hooks are a great addition for hanging towels or damp clothing. I love the vintage feel of these numbered ones.
This charming original coffee table is hand made by Micheal Arras. It has all the charm of a mid-century modern piece, yet is a unique contemporary assemblage of shapes.
This coat rack is just plain fun. The way the ribbon runs up the wall is almost whimsical. While it definitely would function well in this capacity, I can also see it used in a bathroom that requires hooks for multiple towels. It's soft enough to be effectived.
Ribbon Coat Rack
Get the rustic look along with a little charm, courtesy of these nesting herb crates. Fill with plants, cookbooks, or whatever you like for added storage space in the kitchen.
This darling nautical bed was inspired by classic teak boats, and hides a trundle underneath for a sleepover guest.
Available in three shades: white, gray and wood. Also available in a larger size. The lipped edge makes it perfect for dispalying pictures and other framed objects. Dimensions: 24" wide x 10" deep Maximum Weight Capacity: 40 pounds
Every day can be a celebration with this birthday cake set. Beautiful when assembled, this cake cuts down into individual slices of a wooden two-layer wonder. Constructed of rubberwood, this cake is ideal for any unbirthday.
I’m a lover of fancy entertaining and most importantly, doing it in style! If you haven’t got the space for a wine cellar, you can cook up your own wine country bistro with this transformed oak barrel. It adds a rustic bistro look to your whole patio and doubles as a wine cellar and bar table.
This abstracted botanical print wall hanging on fabric is a beautiful contemporary and eco-friendly alternative to traditional paintings. Available in two sizes and three different colorways.
Add some mad science style to any space with this industrial cabinet. It will serve you well in the bathroom, as a nightstand, or the kitchen.Raw steel1 Drawer stores cosmetics and other bathroom essentials; a bottom shelf holds towels and more.Sturdy wheels for easy portability; front wheels lock...
Gallery walls don't need to feature just framed pictures or prints hung on a wall. Use a wall ledge to feature photos or prints that you would like to rotate periodically. Even better yet, if you have children, use the ledge to feature some of your children's artwork.
Add a comforting glow to bedtime with this floral lantern. Delicate paper surrounds a wooden frame to add beautiful decor in the daytime, and a dreamlike scene at night.
This colorful wooden puzzle has endless possibilities. Shape-making wooden blocks like these encourage creative play.
Gustavian furniture is often leggy in design, maintaining a royal character. This sofa, with its bleached wooden frame and tight back, is an exceptional example of a Gustavian style seat.
This iron and wood look brings sophistication to any entryway. It would look really nice with an iron coat hanger next to it.
Moran Shoe Rack
Ekorre Rocking Moose
If you have a smaller table, try a wooden coaster with a sweet message instead of the wooden chargers. You'll get the same effect, but less space is needed.
Simple meets shine. The simplicity and shape of this wooden end table is superb, but the silver shine is pure perfection.
Don't these pitchers look like canary songbirds to you? They are simply darling, and I would never limit them to just orange juice. Just think how cheerful they could be as vases or as holders for your wooden spoons.
The undulating widths of these stripes give them a hand-drawn look that feels less rigid and more flowingly natural — reminiscent of a towel unfurled on a Greek beach. I think it would look lovely used for a set of curtains in a crisp and clean room.
These are a favorite of mine due to the color possibilities. I'd love to use these on a fun bookshelf in a kid's room, or in a bathroom to store towels.
These male and female towel hangers are adorable and a great way to bring some contemporary fun into the bathroom.
Mr & Mrs Hangup
This chair achieves a great balancing act - a slender metal base, curved wooden arms, the narrow wooden back and the upholstered seat make it a stunner. Use a set for your dining room or just buy one as a conversation-starting occasional chair.
Garnet Hill has adorable printed canvas storage bins with little minnow patterns. You could use these all around the house to gather beach towels, sand toys, flip flops — the possibilities are endless!
Ooh, I bet a collection of these perforated hurricanes would emit the most lovely glow around a room. I'd like one in every size.
Place this guy on your fireplace during the month of Thanksgiving. I like the wooden, handmade quality; it looks like it was picked up while going antiquing.
This photo explains it all — the Manhattan Cabinet really is a storage catchall. I love that it comes in a rainbow of colors and if I were cool enough I really would line up a storage spectrum, as shown.
I love these hand-carved wooden block stamps. I have one resting on a credenza in my home. You can also easily find vintage options with a nice age and patina to them. Of course, this new wooden one is lovely as well.
This sleek freestanding open vanity with brushed stainless steel legs and shelf would be wonderful in a guest bath or powder room. A bit of storage for towels underneath, and I love the offset sink for a bit of extra counterspace to the right.
This wooden marble run is pretty pricey, but it also has really great reviews. If you can keep track of the large wooden marbles, then it's one of those toys you can pass down to your grandchildren one day.
This reissue of George Nelson's 1961 molded-top tray is a true stunner. The wooden veneers that create the starburst are made of walnut and santos palisander wood. It's a statement piece that comes with a statement price, but it is designed to last for years and years.
The thing I like about stainless steel bowls is that after you wash them, all the smells are gone — all the garlic, onion, what-ever-dressing-you-used smell is gone. This is not always the case with wooden bowls. Plus, for less than $5, you get a great salad bowl that can be for serving and mixing....
If you're short of space, or don't like the look of a bulky vanity, this elegant open washstand is a winner. Plus, the bars serve as extra towel storage.
The Melissa and Doug Fold & Go dollhouse is portable and affordable! It comes with a handle for convenience and includes two flexible wooden play figures and 11 pieces of wooden furniture.
This zigzag set of wall hooks would be a unique way to display towels in a bathroom. I love the shape, the zinc material and the vintage vibe of this piece.
At Longman & Eagle in Chicago, many of the headboards were built with reclaimed or raw wood planks to create a rustic look.
A playroom just isn't a playroom unless there is some serious playing going on, and a slide brings that. This one is my all-time favorite because it's sleek, stylish and modern.
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