Idil Turkish peshtemal
Turkish peshtemal a handmade bamboo and (non GMO) cotton blend. A beautiful and minimalist luxurious bathroom towel, scarf or blanket. Pack down small and dries fast, ideal for both home and travel.
95 x 190 cm
The Idil is Luks Linen’s first bamboo and (non GMO) cotton blend Turkish peshtemal and it doesn’t disappoint.
Soft, light and quick to dry it makes a lovely addition to those who love their sanctuary spaces minimal and sustainable.
Rolls or folds down small. So the Idil Turkish bath towel is also great to take with you on your travels or for those gym and yoga sessions.
And…if you need an extra layer as the seasonal temperatures cool it makes an ideal scarf too.
These ethical bath towels or accessories are woven on traditional shuttle looms by master weavers in Buldan. The Idil bath sheet is finished with hand twisted and knotted fringing. They come with the standard Luks Linen repair or replace guarantee.
95 x 190 cm
Bamboo and cotton blend
Due to the handmade quality of the Turkish peshtemal, there may be variation in colour and size.
Luks Linen’s versatile textile range includes soft, absorbent and quick drying peshtemal towels. They also work superbly as scarves and throws. See the full Luks collection here.
|Dimensions||190 × 95 cm|
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Delivery & Details
- All Lüks Linen products are made with natural and ethical fabrics
- Each product is individually loomed and knotted, so there may be slight variations in colour and size
- Machine washable with similar colours at 30º, do not tumble dry or dry clean
- We recommend you wash Luks Linen products before use to relax the fabric and release the natural starch that is in the cotton.
- Ideal for indoor and outdoor use
- 20 year replace or repair guarantee
Delivery & Returns
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About the Designer
Lüks Linen is an independent soft furnishings lifestyle brand, founded in 2015 by former design and advertising director Rachel Ward. With a strong ethos supporting ethical and sustainable production in small batches, Lüks Linen works with artisans in Turkey to produce exquisite and homely blankets, throws, cushions, towels and peshtemals (also known as Hammams).
The comforting natural materials and colours in the Lüks Linen range suits biophilic, nature connected interiors. Made by master weavers from family run businesses, drawing on centuries of craftsmanship, these textiles are hand loomed in Denizli and Hatay using locally grown cotton and wool.
The products are all OEKO TEX certified, meaning no harmful chemicals are used in their production. Their next aim is to be a fully certified organic brand, with several of their lines already OCS 100 certified for organic cotton (see below). Lüks Linen works with young designers and artists, who promote the use of GOTS accredited cotton.
The timeless design and long lasting quality helps dissolve the tendency for a seasonal, mass-produced and throwaway culture. The longevity is clear from their 20-year guarantee.
It’s time to look again towards the handmade, natural and well crafted. Understand where the products you buy come from, and let their story become the fabric of your own story.
OCS certification for organic cotton
Lüks Linen are now working to the OCS 100 certification, meaning that 95% of the cotton used in a product is organic. They are in the process of bringing all their collections in line with the organic certification.
The goal of the OCS is to ensure trust in organic content claims.
The OCS accomplishes this goal by verifying the presence and amount of organic material in a final product. It provides a strong chain of custody system from the source of the organic raw material to the final product through certification.
It allows for transparent, consistent and comprehensive independent evaluation and verification of Organic Material content claims on products by an accredited third party Certification Body. As a business to business tool the OCS may be used to ensure that products companies purchase actually contain organic material.
The standard does not cover the certification of the raw material itself which is verified independently of the production process. It also does not address processing inputs eg: chemicals, environmental aspects of processing – energy and water usage, social, safety issues or legal compliance.