Bathmat Inverness - 444
Our bath mats are woven with a raised pile compared with our terry towels; with terry fabrics, this refers to the height of the loops. This means you get more volume and basis weight.
- fine terry
- voluminous pile
About this fabric
Inverness terry is made of 80% cotton and 20% linen. Its linen content gives the towels and robes their special feel. The natural tone is coordinated across the different colours and patterns, enabling every colour and pattern to be combined with each other to superb effect.
- Cotton linen terry
- harmonious colours
- selected patterns
- several sizes
About our manufacture
Our weaving mill in the Mühlviertel region of Austria has been manufacturing fabrics since 1853. Our family business is now in its 6th generation of management and stands for natural high quality textiles. With special devotion we have commited ourselves to Jacquard weaving, a technique that allows for richly detailed patterns.
- Family business in 6th generation
- European linen
- woven & sewn in Austria
The right care
Terry products are easy to care for. The drum can be filled to capacity, and we recommend a washing temperature of 60 °C. The use of water-saving programmes is not generally recommended for products made from natural fibres. A cycle in the tumble dryer will restore the towels to their original softness. During the washing or in the tumble dryer, the borders may shrink a little more than the rest of the towel. If you wish to rectify this, simply pull the border back into shape gently by hand while it is still damp. Terry is a fabric that has fabric loops by nature, so it is not a quality defect if a loop should ever come loose. If this occurs, please do not pull on the loop, just cut it off instead.
- The towels are absorbent after the first wash
- Tumble dry for softness
- Do not put towels in the drum together with products that have zips or similar
- Do not use water-saving programmes
- Please do not use fabric brighteners or softeners
Like music or film, the story of textiles also includes incomparable classics, and this elegant herringbone pattern definitely belongs in this category. Its roots go right back to the Middle Ages, and today it tells stories of aristocratic hunting parties, elegant manor houses, or a brief weekend’s sojourn in a chateau in Burgundy. When it comes to Leitner Leinen’s new terry weave Inverness, then the story is all about elegant style for one’s own bathroom and a fabulous wellness holiday right in your own home.
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