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Roundup: Pretty, Patterned Towels

In my own bathroom, I'm a white tile, white towel kind of girl. I like to keep them simple and easily replaceable since everyday towels do wear out. Guest bathrooms, I think, are the place to get busy (wink, wink). I love these hand-woven Tunisian Fouta Towels ($70), which you can use as a towel, a wrap, a throw, or even a tablecloth. But I suspect they're not very absorptive; to the guest bathroom they go! Looking to introduce some pattern into your bathroom? Well, you're in luck because I've collected a few more pretty patterned towels for you.

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Home Home 6 years
That's true, PinkLizzie. I say use a mix. Or buy some of the pretty yet absorbent ones in my roundup!
yellinln yellinln 6 years
Those remind me of the kikoys that I got in Kenya. I had one that I used as a travel towel because it was more compact and dried a lot faster than a normal terry towel. http://kasuku.co.uk/shoppingcart/store/comersus_listCategoriesAndProducts.asp?idCategory=50
yellinln yellinln 6 years
Those remind me of the kikoys that I got in Kenya. I had one that I used as a travel towel because it was more compact and dried a lot faster than a normal terry towel.http://kasuku.co.uk/shoppingcart/store/comersus_listCategoriesAndProducts.asp?idCategory=50
PinkLizzie PinkLizzie 6 years
Guests need absorbent towels too! There's nothing worse than visiting a relative who never uses their guest facilities. Things like uncomfortable mattresses and scratchy towels go undetected for years because guests are too polite to complain.
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