Sometimes, it's the small touches that bring everything together. So go ahead and add a cool splash of tropical island chic chic to your kitchen with this hand-sewn, multi-purpose linen/cotton blend tea towel.
Featuring an original Amelie Mancini design screen printed by hand -- with 100% non-toxic water-based ink for food safety -- this handy accessory is perfectly sized at 17" x 23" and comes with a small loop in back for easy hanging.
P.S. Makes a lovely host/hostess gift too.
All products are made in-house in Brooklyn-based French painter and printmaker Amelie Mancini's print/cut/sew studio.
A graduate of the Sorbonne with a Master of Fine Arts in Design, her playful and elegant line of personal accessories and homewares feature original prints hand carved onto linoleum blocks, then subsequently hand screen printed onto fabric and leather.
Our verdict? Trés cool.
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