When my husband and I got married last June, we received kitchen linens galore (Thanks, friends and family!). The drawer that would house all of the linens we received was too far from the sink; so, linens were divided between multiple smaller drawers. After attempting multiple folding and stacking arrangements, I decided this option was not working for us. Every time a drawer was opened, a towel was knocked from the top of the stack. Not to mention, the pretty striped details of our new towels were hidden beneath whatever towel happened to be on top (which was usually the most recently laundered towel).
Knowing I wanted the towels to be near the sink, preferably in one drawer, and all visible and accessible, I decided to roll each towel. Extra points for being pretty!
Kitchen towels that say, “Nom”? Nope! Despite my love of foodie blogger Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo, this is just the result of perfectly folded Williams-Sonoma (SO“NOM”A) kitchen towels. Made of highly absorbent Turkish cotton, complete with a loop for hanging; I’m sold!
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