Color-Drenched Bath Linens from Portugal
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Seeking color-saturated luxury bath linens? Portuguese company Abyss & Habidecor is the go-to source (just ask the geniuses at Seattle shop Totokaelo). Abyss & Habidecor began as a partnership between boyhood friends 30 years ago in Northern Portugal, and is split into two departments. Abyss focuses on bath robes and towels, while Habidecor handles bathmats and larger rugs. All bath linens are available in a range of colors—60 different pigments to be exact—and manufacturing is environmentally conscious and focused on an efficient use of natural resources. Above: On a recent trip to Seattle, Washington, Julie spotted Abyss & Habidecor towels at Totokaelo's Art-Object. Shown here, a stack of bath mats and white towels in different patterns and colors. Photograph by Inward Facing Girl . Above: The Medium Reversible Mat in Alpine Blue is $160 at Totokaelo. Above: The Small Dolce Bath Mat has a metallic gold-spotted pattern with a non-slip backing;$134. The Medium Dolce Mat is $176 and the Large Dolce Mat is $232. Above: Abyss & Habidecor use a mixture of techniques from hand tufting to high-tech weaving; the Dolce Mat is an example of both. Above: The Large Pigment Mat measures 27 by 47 inches and is made from a rich ombre of blue combed cotton; $220. Above: Towels in navy blue (see below) and Medallie gold. Photograph by Inward Facing Girl . Above: The Super Pile Hand Towel in a deep navy blue; $36 each from Totokaelo. T he design is also available from in hand towel and bath towel sizes from Anthropologie . Above: The bath towel is detailed with rounded twill edging in the same shade of blue. Adding more color to the bathroom? See our previous posts: on Fluoro Brights in the Bath and A Berlin Bathroom as Art Installation .