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Fabrics & Linens: Fringed Terry Towel Roundup

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Fabrics & Linens: Fringed Terry Towel Roundup

Julie Carlson September 01, 2010

Flatweave Turkish hamam towels are suddenly everywhere; fringed terry-cloth cotton towels are a little harder to find, however, and add a subtle exotic note to the guest bath (or any bath, for that matter).

Above: The Crochet Guest Towel is 15 by 22 inches and made in Turkey; $14.99 (down from $19.99) at Pottery Barn.

Above: The Anatolian Striped Bath Towel made of heavy cotton terry is £45 at Toast.

Above: Forza & Home, located on Fourth Street in Berkeley, CA, is an importer of 100 percent organic cotton Turkish towels; go to Forza for pricing and ordering information.

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