DISCOVER YOUR IDEAL TEA TOWELS
Art has a place in every room, even the kitchen. Bring some colour and style into the heart of your home with our linen and 100% cotton tea towel collection.
When you think ‘Australian tea towels’, it’s the unique animals, native wildflowers and vibrant colours that come to mind. Our Vintage Botanica collection tea towels feature local flora and fauna in stunning hues, while our Aboriginal art tea towels showcase original art from our long-term resident Indigenous artists like Jactina-rai Ridgeway Maahs.
Australiana tea towels are a meaningful addition to both your kitchen and home decor and make for a practical gift that is easy to send via post to your loved ones. Adding a splash of colour to the room, a Koh Living linen tea towel is perfect to be hung from a hook or over the oven and is perfect to dry dishes in style!
TEA TOWEL FAQS
How big are tea towels?
Our Australian artist-designed tea towels are 50cm x 70cm (19.7 inches x 27.5 inches).
What are tea towels used for?
A tea towel can be used to dry dishes or as decoration. You can hang it on a hook or over oven doors to make a stunning addition to your kitchen. Many Aussies also frame the tea towels and hang them on the wall! The aboriginal tea towels look stunning when framed.
Are cotton tea towels good?
Cotton has become the preferred fabric of many tea towels of today. We provide high-quality, 100% cotton tea towels.
What are the best tea towels?
Cotton tea towels are incredibly absorbent. Our cotton tea towels use a terry-cloth looped weave to create larger fabric loops within the towels, to absorb large quantities of water whilst keeping them strong and durable.
Should tea towels be replaced regularly?
Old tea towels are not effective as they don't dry thoroughly and are likely home to unseen germs and bacteria. In general, experts advise you should get new ones every two years.
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