Towel Buying Guide

When buying new towels you should consider:

Weight: The more yarn in the towel, the more absorbent the towel will be. Heavier towels will be able to absorb more water and light-weight towels will absorb less but dry faster.
Cotton type and quality: Determines the durability, absorbency and feel of the towel. 
Quality Control: We test all our towels for absorbency, shrinkage and colour fastness to ensure they wash and wear well and offer good value for money.
 
Size Guide
Maison d’Or
600gsm Combed Cotton
Face Towel 160cm x 264cm
  Hand Towel 40cm x 66cm
  Bath Towel 68cm x 137cm
  Spa Towel 85 cm x 150cm
  Bath Mat 50cm x 80cm
Living & Co 
500gsm 100% Cotton
Face Towel 30cm x 30cm
  Hand Towel 44cm x 60cm
  Bath Towel 68cm x 137cm
Necessities
430gsm 100% Cotton
Face Towel 30cm x 30cm
  Hand Towel 35cm x 55cm
  Bath Towel 65cm x 135cm
  Spa Towel 90cm x 150cm
  Bath Mat 50cm x 75cm
Elemis
550gsm 100% Cotton
Face Towel 30cm x 30cm
  Hand Towel 40cm x 60cm
  Bath Towel 68cm x 137cm
  Spa Towel 80cm x 160m
  Bath Mat 50cm x 80cm
 

General Care

  • — Follow the wash care instructions
  • — Limit the use of fabric softeners on towels - prolonged use will leave a film on the threads and decrease absorbency
  • — Larger and heavier towels are more absorbent but they will take longer to dry
  • — To avoid colour-fading use detergents designed for colours and dilute or dissolve in water prior to laundering
  • — Tumble-drying on cool/medium heat will give towels a soft finish
  • — All towels need a period of time to "settle down" - after with they will fluff less and become more absorbent. Softer and darker towels tend to fluff more and for longer.