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The Best Bath Towels, According to Interior Designers and Decorators

Dale Blumberg Interiors
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Ariel Okin
Meridith Baer
Jess Blumberg
Tina Rich
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Leanne Ford
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They’re also a favorite of home stager Meridith Baer, who likes the 100 percent Egyptian cotton towels for a high-end look.Interior designer Jess Blumberg, of Dale Blumberg Interiors, says it best, naming the three essential qualities of an ideal towel: “Absorbency, size, and luxuriousness.” Made from an absorbent, heavyweight Turkish cotton that’s woven to feel light and airy, these spa-style towels, chosen by both Okin and designer Tina Rich, certainly fit the bill. Okin says they’re similar to Matouk in that they’re “high-quality towels that are super absorbent, fluffy, and wear well over time [with] no rough fibers or pilling,” and Rich adds that “they are plush, come in great colors, [and are] worth the price.”Jessica McCarthy, creative director at Decorist, says that when she’s looking for towels for herself or a client, “the true deciding factor always needs to be durability and absorption.” And while she recommends shopping for towels in person so you can get a feel of their weight and softness, she does call these towels from Sadem “the most plush and luxurious towels I have ever used.” For prolonging the longevity of your towels, she recommends choosing classic hotel-white, as they can be bleached to look fresh and new.Mentioned by three designers – Baer, Rich, and Leanne Ford Parachute’s waffle-weave Turkish cotton towels are a consensus favorite. This is an easy opportunity to add a pop of color to your bathroom.” The extra thick and absorbent Egyptian cotton towels come in richly saturated hues like tangelo and cornflower blue.Baer says these soft Turkish towels “are my go-to as they are thick and luxurious.” While the colors are a little more muted than the Garnet Hill range, there’s still a wide variety to choose from, including a wintergreen juniper and a soft plum.When Blumberg wants to bring some texture and eclecticism to a space, she turns to Scents & Feel for their classic, hammam-style towels.

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