Category: ‘Choosing towels’

Five Reasons to Choose Linen Towels Over Cotton Ones

November 26, 2015 Posted by admin

Although cotton was usually the most popular choice for towels, nowadays people are changing their minds about cotton towels. With multiple fibres such as bamboo and linen reaching their glory moments more and more people are throwing away their cotton towels to try something new, and they’re not wrong at all.

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The Benefits of Using Linen Towels and Cotton Towels in Your Bathroom

April 10, 2015 Posted by admin

Towels play a very important role in ones personal hygiene. This is the reason every single person is extremely choosy when it comes to buying towels.

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Five Places Where a Linen Towel Might Come in Handy

March 19, 2015 Posted by admin

Linen towels are simply the best. And not only because they are thin and absorb very well. Linen towels are also very lightweight and they take up less space than all those fluffy towels, so you can throw a few of them in your bag and you won’t even feel that you are carrying them. We bet that now you are wondering why on earth you should carry your towels around with you. To answer that, we prepared a list of five places where a linen towel might come in handy.

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Bathroom Linen – What Are They?

February 8, 2013 Posted by admin

We talk a lot in our blog about bathroom linen and sometimes maybe a question of what are they may arise. Bathroom towels? Bath sheets? What else? So let’s see.
Quality linens placed in our bathrooms help to generate the enjoyable sensation of checking into a chick hotel or entering a luxurious spa. Either for our guest or for ourselves. Conventional bathroom linen comprises of bath towels, bath sheets, washcloths, bathrobes, rugs and mats. The choices within this repertoire will determine the comfort and relaxation level you yourself, your family and guests will experience while using the bathroom. Fabrics, quality of the production, colors, and styles are also important to making the feel.

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Fingertip Towels – Types and Use

October 10, 2012 Posted by admin

Fingertip towels are small towels that are basically meant to keep the fingers and palms clean and dry after a wash. There can be fingertip linen towels, cotton towels or made from any other material for that matter. Fingertip towels most often are used for decoration purpose and add style and extra elegance on particular areas of your house. Traditionally they are lighter and thinner than the regular towels you find around the house.

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Towels Sets for Accentuating the style of Your Bathroom

July 13, 2012 Posted by admin

A towel is simply a piece of cloth. Nevertheless, doing without a towel at least one day is hardly imaginable thing. Every household is full of towels – may it be bathroom towels, guest & hand towels, kitchen towels, hooded baby or children towels or decorative embroidered towels, one use towels many times each day as he or she takes a bath or a shower, wash hands or is busy in a kitchen. This makes towels some of the most essential item in your home and buying quality towels and towels sets is often a wise decision.

By choosing quality household and bathroom towels you buy a durable comfort they provide. By choosing towels sets instead of individual different towels you can create a uniform look complimenting the décor of your bathroom. (more…)

Bathroom Towels in Bathroom Design

June 29, 2012 Posted by admin

Bathroom towels have a functional purpose first of all, of course. We use them daily so often we do not even think of them as an interior detail – after their job is done bathroom towels are often left on the bathroom floor in a crumpled state or tossed somewhere on the chair. Messy bath towels create an untidy appearance in the bathroom and certainly do not help your bathroom look inviting.

So, the first step to make your bathroom neat and fresh is organizing your towels neatly. Drape damp towels on a towel rack or towel heater; hang them of the hooks or towel bar. Dry bath towels will look best when folded neatly and placed on a shelf, chair or cupboard. (more…)

Bathroom Towels: 6 Most Popular Fibers

May 22, 2012 Posted by admin

Bathroom towels can become your style and taste statements, everyday blissful indulgence and everything in between. So knowing a little bit more about them is useful and worth your time. Imagine having a shower on a beautiful morning, stretching your hand for the towel and… groping some thin, flabby cloth that is unpleasant to touch and which does not absorb moisture at all. And now imagine the same situation but this time what you grope is fluffy, soft and sturdy quality towel which dries your skin instantly. How does each of these situations affect your mood?

So, let’s get into more details about fibers bathroom towels most usually are made of. (more…)

Choosing Quality Beach and Bathroom Towels

May 1, 2012 Posted by admin

With these warm days already here, the towel buying season has begun! The demand for beach towels as well as bathroom towels increases rapidly in spring. That’s why I thought some information about choosing the quality towels would be helpful. Whether you look for a towel for your pool or beach time or the one to be used in your bathroom, the instructions are mainly the same.

The quality towel is the one that is highly absorbent, soft, durable and able to dry quickly. All these qualities are determined by the type of fibers that are used, the weaving of the towel and then the finishing. (more…)

Huckaback Towels & Linen Towels

April 19, 2012 Posted by admin

A term “huckaback towels” is probably familiar for all those looking for quality towels. As this blog is called Huckaback Towels and is dedicated to quality home textile, let me introduce to you this type of towels.

Huckaback is a special rough weave of cotton or linen fabric. It is most often used to produce cloth towels: bath towels, tea towels, hand towels, dish towels. Because of this special loose weave the surface of the fabric is uneven with lots of space for threads to widen when the moisture is absorbed. This quality makes a towel highly absorbent and also results in a micro-massaging effect of the towel. The huckaback weaving pattern comes from the ancient textile traditions of Germany and Scandinavia.

Although cotton huckaback towels can be found on the market, linen towels are those most often associated with the term. Linen bath towels, linen tea towels, linen dish towels – mostly all are huckaback. (more…)