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Martika Cotton Jacquard Floral 6-piece Towel Set
Featuring a pretty floral design and a soft cotton material, this jacquard bath towel set will make a charming addition to your guest bathroom. Available in several earthy colors, these cheerful towels will bring a touch of spring into your home.
ITEM#: 13476449Enliven your bathroom decor with this Martika bath towel set. These towels showcase a lovely yarn-dyed jacquard floral design.
- Set includes: Two bath towels, two hand towels and two wash cloths
- Pattern: Floral
- Type of cotton: Standard
- Construction: 2-ply
- Color options: Blue, green, taupe
- Materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Bath towel: 27 inches wide x 54 inches long
- Hand towel: 16 inches wide x 28 inches long
- Wash cloth: 12 inches wide x 12 inches long
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|Materials||100% Ringspun Cotton|
|Color||Blue Brown Green|
|Set Include||6 Piece|
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Great buy and good price. Beautiful design that is subtle and unique and looks beautiful, I am totally buying moreRead More
These towels are okay. They are slightly duller than the photo but I am happy with them.Read More
Love the towels and the subtlety of the colors (I purchased the taupe). However, after washing, the shedding is significant and ruins their look. I've actually had to use a lint remover on them, despite washing them at least four times. I'm hoping that the shedding will eventually stop but I'm definitely not buying more, which is what I had intended to do. If not for the shedding, I'd give the product 5 stars.Read More
I was not pleased with these towels. They weren't that soft and the color faded after just one wash. I wouldn't recommend them.Read More
I liked the pattern enough to buy the double set, which was a good value. I sincerely wished that there had been a bath sheet option, and would have purchased those if they had been offered separately. I also might have considered buying them as Christmas gifts, but only if the matching bath sheet had been available.Read More
quick delivery, pretty color that compliments the bathroom, good qualityRead More
as always any tems I buy from overstock are great and really fast service..this is an excellent brandRead More
THese towels are pretty, soft and absorbent. The best!Read More
Washed up nicely, good color and quality. Received severl comments on how great they lookRead More
Nice color and vey soft. They wash very well. I ordered one set and like it so well that I ordered another.Read More
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History of the Egyptian Cotton Bath Towel
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Towel Buying Guide
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How to Hang a Towel Bar
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