Handmade with pure Polish linen, this Guest Towel will find its place in any interior, from urban classic to country chic.
Each Guest Towel features an embroidered symbol of the Mapuche, a group of indigenous inhabitants of southwestern Argentina, giving the design an ethnic feel.
The embroidery on these Guest Towels is wonderfully detailed and beautifully executed. Each of them includes a hand-made hemstitch on the edge and mitred corners, for an effortlessly laid-back luxury finish.
Our 100% pure linen has a rich tradition in Polish history. Sky-blue blooming flax fields have been a landmark of Poland for centuries and linen fabrics used to be the showcase of this East European country.
This is an artisanal product, made of unique linen yarns and produced in small quantities. Thus, slight variations in size and colour are possible.
Matching extra-large diner napkins, placemats, and cocktail napkins also available.
Made from the fibres of the flax plant, linen has been cultivated and used as a textile for thousands of years, long before the existence of dry cleaners or detergents. In fact, it is such a natural, simple fabric that caring for it is simple too.
See below our Linen Care Guide to get the best results out of your Studio Erhart linens.