These cotton towels are designed and manufactured by Stof, France. You will be amazed by the quality and originality of the patterns. They are using a new contemporary technic called digitally printed.
Have you visited Giverny, where you can still see the marvellous garden of Claude Monet? Anyway, here is a fine reproduction of his Japanese footbridge. This denim cotton towel is carefully printed with a new digital device. It is both useful and decorative.
This cotton towel evokes the ocean with a traditional headlight and a boat in the background. But the main part of this towel is a tribute to a big sardine. It is a pleasure to laugh in your kitchen, thanks to this humorous towel! "This sardine is too big for this box".
This towel is unique. It shows a black and white picture of the Eiffel Tower, the Seine banks and a typical Parisian bicycle in a red frame. Paname was Paris nickname when Edith Piaf was singing...Paname, Paname. In a vintage familiar style, it meant Paris and its suburbs.