GEO Fingertip Towel- Anthracite (3 pcs)
The small, stylish fingertip towels in the GEO series are super practical and very useful. The mini towels measure 30 x 30 cm, and are ideal in the bathroom for guests to wipe their hands in a fresh, dedicated cloth instead of a shared, damp towel that may contain bacteria. As a washcloth, GEO is perfect for your evening routine, where you clean up and get ready for a restful night's sleep.
Stack the folded mini towels on a tray next to the sink, or roll them up and display them in a beautiful basket. It is decorative, inviting and creates a spa-like feeling in the bathroom. Complete the look with bath towels and bath mat in the GEO series, and match with soap dispenser and toothbrush holder in similar colours.
The GEO towels are made with a high-low weaving technique in which the hexagonal shape is split into two halves. It provides an almost three-dimensional, graphic pattern with a light and a dark half. The series also has a matching 50 x 80 cm bath mat and towels in three sizes. The towels are made of OEKO-TEX® 100 certified cotton, which provides exceptional softness and good absorbency.
Includes: 3 pack
Dimensions: 30cm x 30cm
Material: 100% cotton, OEKO-TEX® 100-certificeret, 500gsm
Care instructions: Wash at 60 degrees Celcius, tumble dry at maximum heat, avoid fabric softener
ABOUT METTE DITMER
Based in Denmark, Mette Ditmer has designed and sold home accessories under own name since 1995.
Mette Ditmer stands for the straight, simple, and honest design – the Scandinavian notion of design: “keep it simple”.
Her design style is graphic, colourful and always has a twist.
Mette Ditmer finds great beauty in clean cut, straight lines. In her designs, she prefers to let the material and small details emerge, together forming the expression of the product.
From the first line on the paper to the finished product, many hours are spent on the details – which means that every concept is consistent in its expression and form.
“Design is like real life: it is the small things, the details, which make the difference”.