Posts Tagged: ‘linen hand towel’

Decorating Bathroom for Christmas and Linen Towels

December 13, 2012 Posted by admin

Linen towels and Christmas decoration of a bathroom? Yes! Although for most families it is traditional to decorate only their living spaces in the home, like the living room or kitchen, to really enjoy the holiday spirit you would want to decorate more of your living environments. Bathroom is a place we spend important time of our day – getting ready in the morning and relaxing in the evening, so why not to expand Christmas spirit there? Read some ideas – use your linen towels, pictures, rugs and other objects in a bathroom.

Linen Towels

If linen towels are a new idea to you, it’s the right time to try them. Fold up your usual towels and bring in linen bathroom linen. Linen bath towels are highly absorbent, dry quickly and are pleasant to skin. But they are ideal to add to Christmas decorations as well. They are thin and lightweight, and come in huge variety of colors. So when choosing red, green mixed with pastel colors linen towels you can change the color scheme in your bathroom. Use a towel rack, heater, hooks and with a help of your imagination design the festive color scheme. (more…)

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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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…)