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Stealth Luxury: Organic Plant-Dyed Towels from Japan

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 27, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Feb 26, 2015

Spotted (and admired) at Lost & Found in Los Angeles: a new line of bath towels made from botanically dyed, organic cotton by cult Japanese brand Evam Eva  (a clothing line better known for its fine organic cashmere knitwear). Unlike more familiar Japanese towel lines (the thin, cotton-backed Yoshi towels, for instance), the towels are fluffy with a more robust weight.  Above L: A sampling of the subtle color variations. Above R: The Evam Eva Gray Towel  (70 by 28 inches) is $95. Above: The Evam Eva Kinari Towel  (70 by 28 inches) is $95. Above: The Evam Eva Sumi Towel  (70 by 28 inches), made with charcoal gray Japanese sumi dye, is $175. Above: The  Evam Eva Sage Towel  (70 by 28 inches) is $95.  For more towels, take a look at: 10 Easy Pieces: Basic White Bath Towels Stocking the Guest Bath for Under $100 5 Favorites: Tasseled Terry Towels Towels in Sherbet Shades More Stories from Remodelista Remodeling 101: Towel Warmers Steal This Look: A Tiny Utilitarian Bathroom New Bath Hardware from Norm Architects: The Towel Ladder and More






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