Reuben - Napkin/Guest Towel - Set of 2
augusthome presents "Reuben"
My Dear Handsome Reuben - if only your confidence was contagious.
c. 1594 | paper etching
Vintage wear, grain, and cracking will be visible on this set of 2 printed napkins.
Noisy Forest has come together with Tina Grose of augusthome. For those of you who follow @tina.augusthome on Instagram, you know how much Tina loves to share inspirational ideas and photos so anyone can "make the ordinary a little more special." She makes decorating feel so fun!
We incorporate augusthomes's curated gallery of masterpieces selected from museums all over the world to create dual purpose products. Who says a vintage style printed linen towel can't become framed wall art in your home?! Feeling moody and craving some gorgeous botanical art? We thought of you folks, too.
These ethereal works printed on linen convey the look and feel of art. The weave of the linen gives the print a more authentic luxury, as though it were canvas. Grain, cracking and wear will be visible on this European linen printed towel just as characteristic of original artwork retrieved from museum archives. Not only texturally intricate, these thirsty linen towels are inherently anti-microbial, absorbent, and quick-drying, making this textile a useful kitchen essential.
- Measures approx. 12" x 16"
- Art Printed Linen Fabric Weight: 240 g/sm or 7 oz/yd²
- Certification: OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 (including print inks)
- Fabric Origin: Woven and Printed in Lithuania
EASY CARE: Machine wash in cold water with a mild detergent (not Tide). Because it's plant-based and the company's values align with ours, we use Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent. Do not bleach or dry clean.
Tumble dry low or hang dry to enjoy the beauty of its complex texture. Simply mist with water to relax small wrinkles. If you prefer a crisp look to your linen, you can iron on steam setting for a few seconds.
Wool Dryer Balls work perfect for drying linen! We've used them for years in the studio which is why we decided to offer them here.
After several washings, linen will soften and become lighter with age and use. This is a normal characteristic of the textile - it's all in the beauty of nature!