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When considering color in the kitchen, the first notion that comes to mind is usually brightly colored appliances, a vivid backsplash, or a bold coat of paint. The great thing about towels for the kitchen is that it's a chance to incorporate fun patterns and splashes of color without breaking the bank. More
If the dish towels you currently have are anything like mine, they are in serious need of replacing. Throw out those old, stained rags and get something new and fun. The bold patterns of these towels will definitely stand out in your kitchen.
Berries Jubilee Towels
I love the idea of elevating an everyday dinner by setting the table for no particular holiday or occasion. A set of vintage French tea towels has that perfect unfussy yet special feel for table linens.
Printed on 100 percent cotton, the bright colors of these lovely linens will transport your kitchen, patio or picnic to the south of France. C'est magnifique!
Houzz Contributor and creator of Design in a Bag Rebekah Zaveloff likes to think outside the kitchen for these exotic block print towels "Tea Towels – that’s what my husband’s family is famous for. We have a huge collection!" These are perfect to leave out as hand towels for a pop of print and...
Keep Calm Tea Towel
This hand-embroidered edge on a dish towel has got to be the most beautifully made piece I have ever seen. I would treat this like an heirloom and display it proudly.
These gray and white chevron kitchen towels make a fun statement. They would be a great hostess gift.
All those professional food stylists will be mad that you found their secret weapon. You've seen these chic stripes paired with the rustic, natural look of linen tea towels on tables in your favorite home magazines and websites, and now you can get the look for yourself and add a little...
I have this tea towel hanging on the wall above my stove — looking at it never fails to make me smile.
Bake Tea Towel
Pretty statement tea towels with fun phrasing should be used to dry the dishes or framed as artwork.
Devour Tea Towel
If you're anything like me, you need one of these in your kitchen. Surprisingly, I don't have one — yet. I'd keep this out on constant display to help me remember my kitchen conversions. There is also a print version of this tea towel too.
A pop of color doesn't have to be obnoxious. Sometimes, just a small colored detail, like the red stripe of this tea towel, is enough to make an impression.
It's summertime! I definitely do not need to be stressing about doing the dishes — they can wait. And this tea towel is the perfect reminder.
I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that your dish towels could use an update. Clean ones improve the look of any kitchen, so, as they say, out with the old and in with the new!
Avril Loreti is one of my favorite textile designers, and I think this new Latticework tea towel is absolutely stunning. It's so gorgeous that I'd probably hang it on a wall instead of using it to dry dishes.
West Elm's tea towel seems demanding at first glance, but I love the irony. I might have to buy one, just to serve as a reminder to clean up after myself!
Simple and clean, these hand-dyed linen towels are perfect for everyday use and add a little zing to mundane chores.
Ombré Kitchen Towel
Fruit & Family Tea Towel
Every kitchen needs a charming French touch. This 100-percent cotton grain sack features an intricate vintage print that makes it look like you've inherited it from the French grandparents you wish you had.
These beautiful, durable cotton towels were inspired by a classic Turkish design. They bring the feeling of the sea indoors. The towels are pre-shrunk and machine washable.
Turkish Stripe Towels
Fresh as a summer breeze, these blue and white striped tea towels will have you dreaming of lemonade and flip flops. They add beachy color and classic style hanging in your kitchen, lining a breakfast tray or complementing a place setting as oversize napkins. The textured linen features contrasting...
Montauk Tea Towels
These dishtowels have the perfect mix of embroidered detail and French country style. Look no further if you need a gift for a baker. Include some vintage cookie cutters and recipe cards with this dishtowel, and your gift recipient will be baking away in no time.
Are you yearning for the pleasures of the simple life? Consider these blissfully basic tea towels — pure cotton, soft colors, easy-on-the-eyes design. Ahhh!
Khadhi Tea Towels,...
Pristine flour sack cloths are as crisp and fresh as spring itself. I always keep a stack on hand in the kitchen — except when my daughter steals them all as "sheets" for her dollies.
Striped Fringe Bar Towel
Inspired by the patterns found in an original painting, this neon rendering of inky blooms would be right at home in any modern or contemporary kitchen.