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A Pretty Tea Towel

I have blogged about my love of pretty tea towels before and
today I have a REALLY pretty one to show you.

The other day, I stopped in Sur La Table just to browse a bit and I love to 
look at their pretty linens.

Their prices on most things are pretty high in my opinion but when I saw
this linen kitchen towel with it's soft floral design, I had to have it. 
It's a great size too at 28 x 18.

I decided to use it on my table under my favorite white basket.
I think it adds just a touch of french loveliness if I do say so myself.

The sun streaming in that day just added to the look and
brightened up my day.

Here is a link if you would like to see it on the website.
It also comes in navy and charcoal.


  1. That really is a pretty one - may have to check them out...goes with my neutral world pretty well, haha. Have a good one, J!

  2. Yes you found beauties. I'm always willing to buy one beautiful tea towel or even cloth napkin. They are works of art.

  3. What a lovely dish towel and I do like the size. It looks so pretty in your vignette with the sun shining down on it! Thanks so much for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  4. Lovely! I also have a weak spot for pretty tea towels.

  5. Dear JoAnne:
    I loved your pretty white vase and floral in the sweet wire basket. The dish towel looks pretty too. Thanks for sharing and linking.

  6. What a pretty tea the white pitcher too.

  7. That is a beautiful tea towel! I love kitchen linens too. It's a weakness of mine. I have way too many towels and aprons to prove it. Ha! I like it on your table.


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