Stay Wild Printed Dishtowel Set of 2

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Celebrate precious wilderness places with this set of Stay Wild Printed Dishtowels. Depicting images inspired by the great outdoors, they'll evoke memories of past adventures and whet your appetite for further exploration.

By combining the simplicity of coordinating towels with the sophistication of distinct illustrations, these dishtowels extend your individual style into kitchen decor. The quality linen-cotton blend lends durability and longevity to each towel, and the feel is invitingly soft to the touch. Hang one or both within reach for stunning companions to your culinary creativity.

  • 18 x 28 inches
  • 60% Cotton, 40% Linen
  • Machine Wash Warm, Tumble Dry Low

      About the Stay Wild Collection: In lines that reflect the simplicity of life in the great outdoors, this collection inspires trail hikes and nights under the stars. Adventures in a world howling wolves, roaming buffalo and lumbering bears awaits. Refined icons suggest a big world to explore for those who choose to look beyond the boundaries of the everyday and ‘Stay Wild’.

      Designer: Elisa narrowly bypassed the corporate world and joined the creative team for project-based design and illustration. Finding it difficult to imagine a time B.P. (before Pinterest), she now brings her vision board and imagination to life through her designs.

      About The Brand: Danica Studio was founded in 2009 in Vancouver. The beauty and energy of that unique combination have brought together designers from all over the world, who collaborate on designs inspired by their shared love of textiles, travel and the beautiful West Coast. Danica Studio recently launched the Danica Aboriginal Award with Emily Carr University of Art & Design. They also have a long-standing commitment to donating a portion of profits to Education Without Borders, a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk children around the world. 

      Designed in Vancouver, BC