Tr?s Chic


Back for those who missed it!!!!

Over a year ago we brought you this tea towel set for the first time! Boy oh boy, it sold out fast! Ever since, we have been trying to get you more of this très très chic deal and FINALLY we DID it!


This is another one of those pieces where the designer used old receipts and created an authentic vintage design to wow us. She transformed these vintage elements (from early 1900s) onto beautiful linen to bring us these thought through and precious French tea towels.


We are so happy to be able to bring you this beautiful Tea Towel set because we know how expensive high quality linen tea towels are, and we love to take on a good challenge!


After squeezing every penny possible we are proud to bring you a set of 2 LARGE French Receipt Tea Towels for $16.50!!? That's $8.25 a towel :o)


Enjoy this steal,


  • {Très Chic} *LARGE* French Receipt Tea Towel, Set Of 2
  • Beautifully made of linen fabric with vintage inspired designs
  • Dimensions - Each: 20" Wide x 28" High
  • Packed: One Set Per Package (you will two identical French Receipt Tea Towels)
  • Shipping Date: Leaves our warehouse within fifteen business days



Here are some ideas you shared with us:

  • Tracy G: wanted to us them as window toppers for her 2 farmhouse kitchen windows, whether pinned up w/ upholstery tacks or a little simple hem stitch at the top for a cafe curtain rod and maybe add a little jute trim detail to the bottom.
  • Mary B: If the towels are not wide enough to become curtains, you can add a ruffle on each side....and how great would that look, maybe use a drop cloth like Miss Mustard Seed!!
  • Amy H: I am just going to drape one or both on my buffet server and set a lamp or vase on it. Tea towels are suppose to be draped over a tea pot to hold heat or over muffins/baked goods and are still used in Europe today this way. May save the other one just for serving breads!
  • Tandra B: Sewn end-to-end facing opposite directions, and backed with vintage fabric, would make a wonderful table runner!
  • Nancy B: I would hang them with clip rings, and simply hang a matching or contrasting tea towel next to them on the ends of the rod. no sewing OR gluing!
  • Our Home in the Maples: They would make great pillows for an office or just for that touch of whimsy in any room.
  • Carol L: They would make great curtains for a small window!