About The Coin Laundry
Soak it up
When it comes to dish and hand towels, not all are created equally. Some look great, but don’t absorb well, while others absorb, but don’t do a thing for your décor. From a Montana-based company called The Coin Laundry comes an assortment of towels that absorbs whatever you dish out while adding a touch of 1950s retro-style to any kitchen, bathroom, or bar.
What makes these towels so absorbent, as well as soft and fast-drying, is that they’re made of old-fashioned, eco-friendly 100% cotton flour sack—a material that was used in the past for drying the dishes, polishing glassware, straining
food, and even draping over rising bread dough. Company founder Jennifer Blake uses earth-friendly inks and solvents to silk-screen design motifs like Mason jars and foot pedal sewing machines on the towels for a timeless look that can be paired with any decorating style from antique or shabby chic to more minimalist contemporary interiors.
In addition to finding inspiration from the quality craftsmanship of the past, Jennifer also looks to favorite songs like “Beat it” and everyday sayings to give the towels a light-hearted feel sure to make you smile. Whether used for dishes or your hands, these towels can hang with the best of them.