We've featured her tray and dish cloth, now you can complete your kitchen set with this Maria Holmer-Dahlgren London tea towel.
Like the other designs, it features her distinctive Pop-like depictions of the capital showing everything from Eros to Tower Bridge to the Gherkin to some quirky illustrations of the British weather. There'll always be a new detail to spot as you're drying up your dishes.
The tea towel is also available in a red and black combination and costs £11.75.
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The latest collaboration at To Dry For is this charming Sunny Days tea towel, featuring a design by Ben Javens.
The design optimistically heralds the start of the summer, with a illustration showing that indeed the sun has got his hat on. The blue, yellow and brown colour scheme adds to the retro feel of the design.
As with all the To Dry For products, it's a very reasonable way to snap up a piece of design. This tea towel costs £9.95.
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Like the Dupenny wallpapers and cushions, here's another design that's appearing in various guises, now in the form of the London Calling tea towel designed by Michelle Mason.
If you liked the London-based cushions we featured a couple of weeks back but couldn't justify the £45 price tag, the London Calling design is also available on a tea towel. This version of the design costs much less but has got the same 1950s feel and naive charm, complete with a bright blue sky. As a London dweller, I can only dream that such a scene faced me on a look out of the window!
The tea towel costs £10 from To Dry For