Bring a festive touch to your tabletop or kitchen with a snowflake tea towel. Add white thread to a needle and mark a snowflake silhouette to the fabric using a marker or chalk, then use the needle to secure the buttons directly along the traced silhouette.
Add vintage charm to your holiday with stockings made from vintage tea towels. For spaces without a true mantle, install an old branch to hang your stockings. Adorn the stocking loops with jingle bells for even more holiday goodness.
Add vintage charm to your holiday with stockings made from vintage tea towels. For spaces without a true mantel, install an old branch to hang your stockings. Adorn the stocking loops with jingle bells for even more holiday goodness.
Keep your favorite coffee mugs, tea towels and cooking utensils handy with a kitchen peg rack. Switch up the display as often as you’d like to reflect the season, holiday — or your current design obsession.
Give the aspiring author or poet in your life pretty notebooks or stationery showcased in a vintage wire file basket. These multifunctional pieces would also be great for gifting cookbooks, tea towels and craft supplies.
"Fresh flowers," Joanna Gaines, co-host of HGTV's Fixer Upper says, make a huge impact for a tiny price. Other budget updates: Throw pillows in the living room and bright dishes or tea towels in the kitchen.
This vintage copper bundt pan is proof that practical can be pretty. Too pretty, in fact, to hide away in a box. Filled with spices, tea towels, wooden spoons and other kitchen essentials, this collection will put a smile on any foodie's face. Browse 14 more vintage-inspired gift ideas.
Every detail in this minimalistic bathroom has a big impact: From the wood paneling and textured wallpaper that add depth to the sleek, smooth space to the tiny orange tea towel that adds a bright pop of color to the neutral palette. Meanwhile, the sink and vanity seem to float; playing into the home's weightless design concept.
Don't be afraid of mixing plaids, checks and prints. Just keep your selections in the same color family to keep the look cohesive. An eclectic mix of patterns creates a casual and homey feel that most guests will appreciate. Tip: Tea towels are excellent to use for oversized napkins and can be found in a variety of prints and patterns.
This master bath, designed by Barry Dixon, exudes subtle luxury—a cozy fireplace, handsome marble tiles stretching up the walls, even a table for tea in front of the fire. A large wardrobe provides storage for towels and other necessities.
The crisp white-and-gray decor of this galley kitchen allows lots of room for bright pops of color in the accessories, like the yellow tea kettle and turquoise dish towel. The gray tile backsplash is both efficient and sophisticated.
Mix equal parts unpasteurized ACV and water in a clean spray bottle. Use this mixture to cut through grease, clean up grime and wipe out bacteria. The smell disappears as the vinegar evaporates. This cleaner is ideal for stove tops, counters, sinks and laundry room surfaces. It’s great for cleaning up metal tea kettles and the plastic touch pad on microwave and stove control panels. It also makes cleaning the inside of a microwave super easy. Spritz it inside the microwave on all surfaces, heat for 25 seconds, and wipe with a paper towel.