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Couch - March 2018 February 22, 2018 13:59
We love Couch, one of Germany's coolest lifestyle magazines! Although we may not be able to translate all the content (my pre-GCSE German doesn't quite stretch that far), the images and ideas are a great inspiration.
We were giddy to see our Catch of the Day tea towel by Seasalt featured in their March '18 issue! Fantastisch!
Your Home - March 2017 February 03, 2017 11:43
Wowsers! Our Peacocks tea towel by Hannah Turner is not only featured on page 25 of the March '17 issue of Your Home magazine, but it's also proudly displayed on the front cover! We think it looks great framed and really pops on the home-owner, Mel Watson's Hague Blue painted wall. What do you think?
The makeover was expertly styled by Becky Clarke who, when framing tea towels, recommends using spray starch to get that crisp, clean, wrinkle-free finish. She used an IKEA FISKBO frame, costing just £5.
HGTV magazine - Jan/Feb 2017 January 24, 2017 00:00Fruit & Veg tea towel by The Printed Peanut featured in the Jan/Feb '17 issue of HGTV magazine, a drool-worthy American home and lifestyle magazine. The article is entitled 'Dish Towels worthy of a frame'; we reckon they hit the DIY nail on the head with that one!
The Mail on Sunday: You Magazine Christmas Gift Guide - November 2016 November 13, 2016 16:00Ryan Gosling tea towel by Dear Colleen in You magazine's Christmas Gift Guide?!
The Guardian - November 2016 November 12, 2016 14:29Coffee and Cake design (by Louise Fougstedt) appear in a feature on the top ten illustrated tea towels!
The Simple Things - October 2016 September 29, 2016 14:55
Oh my! We are thrilled to have been featured in the October 2016 issue of The Simple Things magazine. Earlier in the year we prattled on to the lovely Frances Ambler for what seemed like hours (sorry for banging on, Frances!) and had our photos taken by cool grrrl and lifestyle photographer Natalie Healeas Photography (see the ones from the cutting room floor over on our ToDryFor Facebook page).
The result is a surprisingly coherent interview with us actually looking like we scrub up ok (we're both holding our tummies in)!