Home Is Where I Want To Be Tea Towel

London Drying

£18.15 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 22nd July
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    • Dispatched
    • 23rd July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 25th - 26th July
    • Express delivery
    • 24th - 25th July
  • Made in UK
Description

Home is Where I Want to Be screen printed tea towel. For all those homebodies out there. Great for drying the pots, or if you really want to let everyone know where you want to be- get a frame around it and put it on that wall!London Drying was born out o...

Home is Where I Want to Be screen printed tea towel. For all those homebodies out there. Great for drying the pots, or if you really want to let everyone know where you want to be- get a frame around it and put it on that wall!London Drying was born out of a love of London, music and bold text. Words to dry by.

Need to know

75cm X 50 cm
100% organic cotton
Screen Printed using natural dyes
Hanging Loop
Manufactured in England
Machine Washable at 30 degrees
Packaging wrap made from recycled materials

Delivery

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Delivery options available

Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 25th - 26th July

Express delivery: £5.85
Receive it by 24th - 25th July

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London Drying

Hackney, London

Hey there...I'm Marcia. Throughout my life, I think Retail has always been a part of my DNA. As a child, the family routine always included a Saturday visit to the department store where my dad worked. In my last year of high school I was on a programme where I went to school in the morning and worked at Bloomingdale's department store in the afternoon. I also started a little business then-buying costume jewellery from wholesalers in NYC and reselling locally. Fast forward to a move to London and a lengthy career in Visual Merchandising, where I devoted many years trying to ensure shops looked the best they could. With London Drying I've tried to use my aesthetic in a different way. Powered by music and good vibes, I hope my tea towels bring a smile.