We've featured a couple of prints from Bold and Noble before and, if you like their style, you'll be pleased to hear they've made that exciting leap into the world of tea towels, designing three bright numbers exclusively for Parisian store The Collection.
Each tea towel features an array of retro kitchenware: from the plates shown in the left image to the saucepans on the right. The third design illustrates an array of jugs. All three tea towels are perfect for playing spot the 20th century design or manufacturer!
The tea towels cost 12 euros each or you can get all three for 30 euros.
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Becky Broome creates unusual kitchen textiles based on the family ephemera that most of us would throw away. For example, the tea towel shown here uses an old Co-Op book that's been digitally printed onto cotton, overlaid with her own design. Other pieces use things like long disregarded Post Office saving books or reports.
Her designs cover everything from oven gloves and aprons to tea cosies (though not the the kitchen sink, yet) and all have a similar aesthetic.
And each item is reasonably priced too: this tea towel is £14.99.
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St Jude's produce some lovely fabrics with a great retro look, including the Angie Lewin Hedgerow fabric we featured at the start of the year. If you like the look, you'll be pleased they've started reproducing some of Lewis' original fabric designs as tea towels, an easily affordable way to buy into the look.
There are three designs in total, stocked at Illustrated Living, including the Clifftop and Clocks designs pictured above. They're typical of her style showing skeletal 50s-style illustrations of plant forms and are screen-printed onto 100% organic cotton.
Watch this space, as St Jude's are soon to be launching their first range of ceramic mugs. In the meantime, these tea towels cost £9.95 each.
Buy them from the Illustrated Living website