Belle Amie is a vintage printed floral design by the iconic Swedish designer Marianne Westman featuring a delightful small-scale flower print. Printed on a cotton/linen mix, this blue and white drying-up cloth is a Scandinavian kitchen classic.
This lovely linen/cotton vintage tea towel featuring Marianne Nilssons blue herring (or 'Sill' in Swedish) is from the 1950's. It was one of the most popular Swedish designs of it's day and is still a best seller today. Printed in a strong blue on a white base, this tea or dish cloth is perfect for any kitchen.
This sponge cloth offers a clever modern reworking of Astrid Sampe's classic 1950's Persons Kryddskap (or Herb Garden) tea towel design in monochrome black and white. In terms of the washing-up this little sponge cloth is a marvel, as it's highly absorbent and does a great job scrubbing the dishes.
Charlotte Farmer's cheeky dachshund sausage dogs going 'wooof' is an instant hit and definitely your best tea towel friend in your kitchen drying-up department.Printed on cotton/linen, this dishcloth makes the perfect drying-up companion.
A charming designer vintage print tea towel featuring a Swedish pantry design by Louise Fougstedt from the 1950’s. This kitchen dishcloth is printed on high quality cotton/linen and perfect for giving your kitchen a vintage feel!
This is a classic Scandinavian Red Orchard tea towel design by Victoria Mollgard featuring red apples and green leaves. Printed on a linen/cotton fabric, it is a perfect tea towel for anyone's kitchen.
A super-stylish all-purpose kitchen sponge cloth featuring Almedahls classic blue Christmas Cooks Dancing design (or Kokspolka in Swedish) from the 1950's. The dry sponge cloth was invented in 1949 by Swedish engineer Curt Lindqvist, and can absorb an amazing 15 times its own weight of water. Makes washing up that little bit easier.
Summer Vegetables (Sommarlegym) is an authentic vintage Swedish tea towel design by Louise Carling. This high quality kitchen dishcloth depicts an array of vegetables pulled from the garden and ready for a summer feast!
These stylish Asha tea towels were created by Melanie Darwin who created the original design by punching card with a pin to create her tree patterns. This kitchen drying-up cloth comes in fashionable gooseberry green colour and is printed on an absorbent cotton & linen mix in England.
A super-stylish all-purpose kitchen sponge cloth featuring little blue fish swimming "Against the Flow " (or "Mot Strommen in Swedish). The dry sponge cloth was invented in 1949 by Swedish engineer Curt Lindqvist, and can absorb an amazing 15 times its own weight of water. Makes washing up that little bit easier.