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Today I received a lovely delivery from Christy, a new luxury towel bale set and a couple of bath mats.
I have been a lover of Christy towels for many years. Our old set are still in good condition but my son has wiped his hands on some when painting his war hammer figures and the paint will not wash out.
With my new ensuite I decided it was time for some new ones. I chose Country Garden Green as an accent colour for our room as we have a green glass splash back in the lighting recesses. The colour is a perfect match.
The towels are the Christy Supreme Hygro in country green click here to shop this range.
I also chose some matching white hand towels and face cloths click here to shop the white hygro towels
I chose two bath mats to mix up the look. The first one is a bath rug in Country Garden Green. It is so thick and fluffy. I didn’t want to step on it when I got out of the bath as I didn’t want foot prints in it lol.
Stepping on to this when your underfloor heating isn’t work is amazing. The pile is so thick and it is so soft. It is really absorbent and dries quickly.
My second bath mat is a white hygro bath mat. This is a thinner mat but still feels soft underfoot and is also highly absorbent.
The quality of Christy Home Towels is the reason I have chosen to replace with the same brand. The wash up so well. They remain fluffy and the colour does not fade. I highly recommend Christy for your new towels and linen. I am now looking to order some bedding from them.
Christy sell this range in the following sizes:
|Wash Mitt||16 x 22 cm|
|Face Cloth||33 x 33 cm|
|Guest Towel||40 x 76 cm|
|Hand Towel||50 x 100 cm|
|Bath Towel||75 x 137 cm|
|Bath Sheet||90 x 165 cm|
|Small Rug||43 x 60 cm|
|Medium Rug||53 x 86 cm|
|Large Rug||64 x 106 cm|
|Pedestal Rug||50 x 55 cm|
The following is from the Christy website:
The Christy story begins in 1850 with the invention of the towel as we know it today…
Henry Christy returned to England from Constantinople with a sample of looped pile fabric which was new to the Western World. After studying the fabric along with his inventor brother, a machine was created which allowed terry towelling to be produced on a large scale.
A year later, the first terry towel was in production and this was shown at the Great Exhibition in 1851. Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, was presented with a set of these, she immediately ordered more and the rest as they say is history… Read more here
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