Our bath towels from Växbo Lin are made in Sweden with traditional methods and are super luxurious, and are of the highest quality.
Size 90 x 150 cm
How to use
Linen has a smooth surface that repels dirt and stays clean longer than other textiles. The fact that it dries quickly reduces the risk of bacterial growth, which keeps it fresh for longer. So don’t wash when it’s not necessary.
Soak the new linen in lukewarm water for about 20-30 minutes before washing it. This prevents breaks on the fibre and contributes to more water in the washing machine and wash linen separately, do not mix with other materials as lint it can be released onto other items.
They do not recommend tumble drying as it shortens the life span of the linen but if you still want to do this to get a softer finish, don’t let it dry completely, a few minutes in the dryer before hanging it is usually enough.
Perfect for spas, saunas or even the beach. Natural colours and lovely textures with the linen's fantastic drying ability, these are towels that last for several years!
100% linen, which is a grateful and easy natural fibre that ages more slowly than other textiles. It becomes more beautiful over time, if you care for it well.
All Växbo Lin linen is marked with the Good Environmental Choice label (Bra Miljöval) because of its durability and environmentally friendly processing.
About the brand
It is with pride that Växbo Lin work to preserve and develop Swedish cultural heritage. Växbo Lin started in 1990, in the same place where linen have been produced for centuries. It was a crazy project, to build a new factory when most of the Swedish industry began to move their production to countries with cheaper labour.
For them, it was most important that the Swedish industry survives so that jobs and knowledge can be preserved. They weave and sew their linen products in their factory in Hälsingland, literally weaving together established handicraft traditions with modern design.
Like us, Växbo Lin are committed to the ethical principle that we need to consume fewer but better things. Their contribution is products in pure linen, a natural material that will last for generations.