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Towels

treat yourself to a spa-like feeling at home every day.

Step out of your shower or bath and snuggle into luxuriously stylish towels. You can complement your bathroom’s colour scheme with a range of shades, make a statement with bold patterns or indulge in luxurious Egyptian cotton. Our towels are made from 100% combed cotton, making them plush, ultra-soft and super-absorbent. Shop the collection.

Whatever your style, you’ll find the right set of towels when you shop with us. From geometric to abstract, animals to textured towels, there are so many different styles to choose from. Many of our towels are certified by OEKO-TEX, which means that they are sustainable too!

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towels at furn.com.

We have a wide range of stunning combed cotton towels, perfect for putting those finishing touches on your newly decorated bathroom or for replacing worn out towels with beautifully fluffy ones. Choose from plain, patterned and textured towels, in a variety of sizes, including bath towels, bath sheets, hand towels and face cloths.

Need a whole new set? You can grab sets of towels, ranging from packs of four to ten in a whole variety of colours.

For more information and help deciding which towels are  the right ones for you, take a look at our towel buying guide.

how to keep towels soft and fluffy.

Have you noticed that your towels become stiff and scratchy once they’ve been washed a few times? You’re not the only one. Knowing how to wash them and what products to use can keep them spa-soft and luxuriously fluffy.

For a cosy texture on your towels, you need them to be at least 500gsm and made from Egyptian cotton.

Counter-intuitively, you shouldn’t use fabric softener on your towels. Residue from the softener builds up over time and actually makes them more scratchy, making them less absorbent. Instead, pop a cup of vinegar in with your wash and that will help get rid of any build up – you may even have to repeat this.

Wash your towels separately to the rest of your laundry, and don’t overload the machine with towels. They need plenty of room to be washed, rinsed and fluffed up properly. Be careful of how much detergent you use – too much will mean that you’ll be left with residue on the towels (and you’ll have to do the vinegar cycle again).

Tumble drying your towels as soon as they’re out of the washing machine will make sure that they’re left fluffy. However, if you do this too much it can wear the fabric down, so alternate with line drying. Radiator-drying your towels will leave them rough, so avoid this technique.

how to fold towels.

There are loads of different ways that you can fold towels. From the hotel method to rolling, it all depends on how you store them and how much space you have.

If you’re short on space, try rolling your towels and stacking them up. It’s easy and it gives a spa-like vibe. Simply fold your towel into thirds lengthways, and roll one end towards the other. To make it more sophisticated, and keep your stack neat, you can start by folding one corner diagonally towards the centre of the towel, so the short edge of your towel is now running along the top of the long edge. Fold in half, and roll the straight edge towards the diagonal point. You can then tuck your point into itself as you roll the towel round – making sure it’s nice and secure.

For a neat fold, fold your towel into thirds lengthways, fold in half and fold in half again. It’s then easy to hang on a towel bar, radiator or ladder. Stacking them is also an option with this fold.