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Casa Beta: Amy Butler For Welspun Bath Towels

As you know, I'm a big fan of Amy Butler's fabrics. I've reupholstered chairs with it, made it into skirts and curtains, and used it for bags. So, I'm happy to be able to now add her designs to my shower routine, with Amy Butler Bath Towels ($12.99 each). As part of the line, you can also stock up on hand towels and wash cloths, all made from an organic cotton blend, and manufactured in India.

I recently received two Amy Butler towels to test. To see how I liked them,

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I found these towels to be very soft and fluffy. In fact, compared to most of my towels, this one felt absolutely plush. I also like the fact that the towels have an organic cotton component, even if it is only 10 percent organic cotton. In the future, I'd love to see this percentage raised. Besides that, though, I have little to complain about. The patterns are adorable, as is expected for an Amy Butler product, and while they have a fresh, fun, girly feel, I do think that some of the designs would work in a man's home as well. For those of you who have been strict white-towel households, you might want to reconsider and add some brilliantly patterned Amy Butler towels to your powder room.

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