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weekly wrap up + summery deck towels

by Stephanie

i love love love the feel of linen. i love it as upholstery, in clothing, and as a soft place to rest your head when you sleep at night. if i could wear linen everyday (and afford dry cleaning and a personal linen press-er) i would. so i was instantly smitten with these colorful new linen deck towels from buck ellison at deck towel. deck towel just released a beautiful new line of fine linen beach/deck towels that are machine-washable and dry quickly without holding in sand and dirt like cotton.

i love the way they remind me of huge summery bed linens- all the better for poolside (or rooftop) lounging. i’m partial to the teal and white stripes, but you can check out deck towel’s full collection right here. each towel measures 70×50 inches and is available for $40-$80. i’m heading out to pick up some supplies for the d*s redesign layout (coming this summer!) so i’m going to call it a day. i hope you all have a wonderful weekend! below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

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