Roundup: Tea Towels That Will Inspire You To Dry The Dishes

Roundup: Tea Towels That Will Inspire You To Dry The Dishes

Jenny Butler
Feb 24, 2009

After hearing regrets from our grandparents about never using things they received as wedding presents because they were saving them for "good", we made a decision to not save things for those elusive special occasions anymore. Admittedly we did go back on our decision after receiving some particularly nice tea towels. They sat in the bottom of our drawer for a few weeks until we snapped out of it and found that we actually enjoyed drying the dishes when the tea towel was so darn pretty. Ever since we've had a bit of a thing for tea towels and have rounded up some of our favorite ones from Australia.

Limited edition art and tea towels combined, what more can a girl ask for? Third Drawer Down is one of our favorite places to shop for house warming gifts. Crumbs in Beard, Family Portrait & Pappa all AU$40.

The lovely girls at Mozi have a sweet range of 9 tea towels and for the next 2 months 50c of every $1 will be donated to the Victorian Bushfire Victims. Il Gatto & Midnight Peacocks both AU$24.95

If you prefer a theme through your kitchen Dandi do great packs of 3 tea towels. Marshmallow & Chocolate both $19.95.

Okay, so these aren't technically Australian made but they are available in Australia. Skarva AU$29, Love Birds AU$24 & Lindelov AU$22 all from Nordic Fusion.

Mansikka AU$24, Pine Tree AU$19.50 & Angels AU$9 all from Nordic Fusion.

While we've never had the opportunity to travel overseas we can trick all our friends into thinking we have with these touristy vibe tea towels from Lovely Lovely. London, Las Vegas & Tokyo all AU$29 each from Tiny Bird.

Have you been keeping something for "good" for too long?

Do you have any tea towels that inspire you to dry the dishes?

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