We are so excited to bring you this fabulous range of linen beach/bath towels from LinenMe.
Crafted from pure, highest quality linen these towels are super absorbent and quick to dry. They are lightweight and not much bigger than your beach book or magazine, so are perfect for travelling wherever your adventures take you.
They are also sand-resistant, meaning you don’t end up with a bag full of beach at the end of your day. Large enough to drape over a sun lounger, elegant enough to wear as a sarong, these beach towels get better with age, softening with each use. And when you’re back home, they will look equally as good in your bathroom!
The Lara range comes in so many sumptuous colourful choices, it's difficult to choose!
Here we have another new colour, the most beautiful and rich teal-y blue/green Sapphire
(Please do note that this seems to be one of those colours that is really difficult to photograph - the hue changes quite a bit with the light, which just makes it even more lovely in our opinion! We think we have it pretty much spot on in these two pics though!)
Size of Towel: 100 x 135cm
Weight: approx 430g
100% Linen, soft, prewashed
Why a Linen Towel?
A linen towel will work hard for years, making it a really sound investment
LinenMe are a small but expanding family business in Lithuania, a country with strong traditions of flax growing and linen production. Inga, the founder of LinenMe is one of the third generation in her family to work in the flax industry, bringing a wealth of expertise and knowledge to their products. Because they are not a huge corporate giant they are able to offer you a more personal approach. You get the individual attention to detail of a bespoke luxury brand, without the price tag.
“At LinenMe we are committed to ensuring our products are sustainably produced. Linen itself is an environmentally-friendly fabric as it requires fewer resources to grow and process, and is biodegradable. We use every last inch of fabric in our production process to minimise waste, and we craft products that are made to last, in keeping with our love of slow-living and considered consumption”