Proud to Lick and Kitchen is for Dancing Tea Towels
Written by Katie on July 10, 2012. Permalink
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The Measure Tea Towel is a hand screen-printed tea towel designed by Dani Guralnick, featuring the most common measuring equivalents and conversions used in cooking. Of course, if you feel it’s too pretty to wipe up spilled wine with, it can also be hung up as art. Check out the previously posted Useful Towel for a different take on the useful-measurements-kitchen-towel.
Purchase Information:Price: $15.00
Written by Katie on April 5, 2012. Permalink
More tea towels! Except this time you have your pick between black, orange, or grey sets of three, with each towel having a “terrific typographic timbre” to add to your kitchen. I made things complicated by selecting one towel from each set for the main image, but I’m sure you’ll be satisfied with just one set. Right? (Also, House Industries: well done on the copy for these towels. Entertaining.)
Written by Katie on April 3, 2012. Permalink
For those days when you just don’t give a (fill in the blank), this tea towel will echo your lackadaisical sentiments perfectly. Tom Polo is a visual artist whose recent work uses text and humor “to engage with a corrosive anxiety about the human condition.” See Third Drawer Down for more info.
Purchase Information:Price: $40.00
Written by Katie on February 29, 2012. Permalink
It’s 2012. You’re in the kitchen, cooking up a storm, hands a mess, when suddenly you wonder what day your friend/loved one’s birthday falls on… what to do?! Ah, if only you had this tea towel, you could dry your hands and check out the calendar, all while having a strong feeling that you should go to your local farmers market at the next possible opportunity.
Purchase Information:Price: $20.00
Written by Katie on February 21, 2012. Permalink
Have you heard of a ‘tea-kin’ or ‘teakin’? It’s sized between a napkin and tea towel, so you can use them for small spills in the kitchen or big mouths at the table. This ribbon design is especially eye-catching, as is the Antler (shown below) and both are also available in a cushion cover.
Shown above: Ribbon Tea-Kin, $36.00
Purchase Information:Price: $36.00
Written by Katie on November 3, 2011. Permalink
If you’ve looked up what wine goes with what food, only to find that there’s a ton of sites to sift through, hold up your hand. Now, use that same hand to add this tea towel to your wishlist, because it’s a heck of a lot handier to check a tea towel when you’re in the middle of preparing dinner than finding a sommelier online that knows what they’re talking about*. Available in red and white wine versions, each covering 68 popular wines and 56 different food entries.
Purchase Information:Price: £10.00
Written by Katie on October 14, 2011. Permalink
Non-creepy skeletons cover this tea towel from Bon Matin. More educational in nature than Halloween-themed, you’ll have to have a go at guessing them all, and if you come up short, there’s a cutline at the bottom. There’s also a Les Squelettes print with the same imagery (yet in fluorescent green and magenta for a 3D effect) for $39.
Written by Katie on September 6, 2011. Permalink
Here’s two more tea towels to add to your kitchen collection. ‘Hard Work’ and ‘T’ towel, both by Poulier & Poulier Design. If you like the bus blind look, there’s also a fair collection of tea towels based on Sydney’s classic tram destination roll (see below for two examples).
Purchase Information:Price: $29.95
Written by Katie on August 17, 2011. Permalink
One can never have too many tea towels. Just in case you need convincing, these old school Flour Sack Towels are $24 for a set of 4, which will replenish your drawer without breaking the bank. Flour sacks were often remade into tea towels, pillows and clothing many decades ago, and this set has that same sort of thrifty feel.
Purchase Information:Price: $24.00
Written by Katie on August 3, 2011. Permalink
Over at design/story there’s a few Studiopatró Tea Towels that caught my eye- that’s not surprising as they’re handpicked by Remodelista blogger Julie Carlson. You can also buy directly from Studiopatró if you so wish.
Hand printed text on 100% linen fabric.
Purchase Information:Price: $22.00
Written by Katie on July 28, 2011. Permalink
Feeling a bit prickly? Maybe this Cacti tea towel will cheer you up. Designed by Topher Sinkinson from design studio makelike, this tea towel is hand screen-printed using water-based inks. The Succulent Sketch Tea Towel is worth a look.
100% European linen. 18″ wide x 23″ long.
Purchase Information:Price: $26.00
Written by Katie on March 28, 2011. Permalink
You might be familiar with the blankets and cushions of Scholten & Baijings, which are entirely amazing and retail anywhere from ~$250 per pillow and ~$700 – $1,700 per blanket (expensive, but, as I said, a-maze-ing). These graphic tea towels for Hay Denmark are an affordable way to enjoy the design duo’s fluorescent patterns; the towels cost $32 for a set of 2.
Purchase Information:Price: $32.00
Written by Katie on January 28, 2011. Permalink
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This tea towel is infected by a ‘Design Virus’. Designed by Pieke Bergmans (of Crystal Virus fame) for the Textile Museum, her aim is to create “personalized mass production” where irregularities are included rather than discarded.
Purchase Information:Price: €15.00