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Fabrics & Linens: Kitchen Towels in the Guest Bath

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Fabrics & Linens: Kitchen Towels in the Guest Bath

Julie Carlson December 15, 2009

We like tea towels in the guest bath; less fussy than the dreaded "tip towels," and most are equipped with a convenient hanging loop.

Above: Photo by Stellan Herner.

Above: Libeco Home Kitchen Towel in Bastide red; $15 each at Spring Home.

Above: Set of two linen/cotton Florence Tea Towels; $11.99 at Linen Me’s Etsy shop.

Above: Set of three 100 percent cotton Brick French Dishtowels; $15.95 at Farmhouse Wares.

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