Bamboo Towels by Peacock Alley

These basic Bamboo Towels are silky soft and stylishly beautiful. Bamboo is highly sustainable and extremely absorbent. 

Fabric: 40% Bamboo, 60% Cotton.

Made in Portugal.

Dimensions:

Bath, 30" x 56"
Hand, 20" x 30"
Wash, 13" x 13"
Sheet, 38" x 68"

We recommend cold or warm water wash

Tumble Dry at low temperatures

Always wash towels and rugs seperately from other home textiles and garments (Zippers, hooks, snaps and Velcro will pull)

Do not wash towels and rugs together

We recommend the use of liquid soap like our LeBlanc Towel Wash

DO NOT use detergents (i.e. Tide, All ect.) - they contain caustic chemicals that are harmful

NEVER use bleach, even on white towels and rugs

NEVER Vacuum

NEVER use fabric softeners; they coat the cotton with a chemical that prevents water absoption

DO NOT Dry Clean

DO NOT Iron

Certain cleaning and hygiene products contain ingredients which cause bleaching, some of these include: blemish creams (i.e. Proactive), products containing alpha hydroxyl and fruit acid, hair coloring products, bathroom cleaners and teeth whiteners.

Founded in 1973, by Mary Ella Gabler, Peacock Alley has a long tradition of making the bedroom a place that speaks comfort, peace and happiness with luxury bedding products. Credited with establishing the luxury linen market in the United States, Gabler predicted the bedroom would become a multipurpose space for living, working, relaxing and sleeping. The bedroom today has become exactly what Mary Ella foresaw!

She saw a void in the market and set out to develop a line of fashionable bedding collections that would appeal to stylish consumers looking to dress their bedroom the same way they dressed themselves: in natural fibers, classic silhouettes and pleasing colors.

Today, the Peacock Alley bed and bath line is an ode to Mary Ella's sense of personal classic style. Every bath towel, bed sheet and sham exudes a sense of indulgence, a sense of chic style and most of all, a place of comfort. From chic luster to earthy texture, the Peacock Alley story speaks to anyone hoping to express their sense of self in their surroundings.

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