Lustables: White Circle Tea Towel From Pawling

The White Circle Tea Towel from Pawling is made from 100% linen.

Pawling Print Studio is run out of DC and New York by sisters Trisha and Janet Snyder. The two have a thing for environmentally responsible production, clean design, and…well, cleaning in general.

After spotting the White Circles tea towel from Pawling, one has to wonder why 90 percent of American households use paper towels as opposed to investing in reusable, high-end and eco-friendly tea towels instead. Considering the long-term cost ($13.99 for a six-pack of throwaway Brawny vs. $24 for a reusable Pawling tea towel), our continued paper towel use just doesn’t add up.

All of the tea towels from Pawling are made from 100% linen, which softens and becomes more absorbent with use. They are also machine washable, hand sewn and screen-printed in studio. And they’re very, very pretty.

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K. Emily Bond

K. Emily Bond is the Shelter Editor at EcoSalon and currently resides in southern Spain, reporting on trends in art, design, sustainable living and lifestyle.