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The Odyssey Octagonal Beach Towel by Cultured Me on The Life Creative

The New Octagonal Beach Towels inspired by International Cultures

If you’re after beach towels that are more than meets the eye, the latest batch to hit the market from Cultured Me will have you clambering for your bikini and board shorts.

The Odyssey Octagonal Beach Towel by Cultured Me on The Life Creative Sihaya Octagonal Beach Towel by Cultured Me on The Life Creative

Inspired by confidence and adventure – and taking design cues from international cultures – the four beach towels in this new collection are all octagonal in shape.

The 100% cotton towels are also a bit luxurious, aiming to take the traditional towel experience to the next level.

The good news, is that you can take these striking conversation pieces well beyond the beach. Use one as a throw, a yoga mat, a picnic blanket, or better still; pop it up on the wall and create a unique art installation (this idea fits so well into this year’s big interiors trends, The New Eclectic).

Of the four designs on offer, TLC’s most in love with the sublime monochrome magic inherent in the Sacajawea towel. It’s said to represent life and spirit, which is what The Life Creative is all about.

Sacajawea Octagonal Beach Towel by Cultured Me on The Life Creative Bongani Octagonal Beach Towel by Cultured Me on The Life Creative

What’s also great about the four designs is that there’s a combination of feminine and masculine motifs on offer. Some of the towels are soft, some strong, some colourful and some subdued. The ‘something for everyone’ tagline is such a tired cliche, but it’s so applicable here.

Cultured Me beach towels are 60 inches in diameter, with an RRP of $95.

Click here to jump onto the Cultured Me website.

How do you feel about these towels? They’re certainly something new in the world of towel design, don’t you think? Drop a comment below and share your thoughts.


 

Outside of writing the TLC Interiors blog, Chris is an interior stylist and author. You can also catch him on your TV screens as a designer on Channel 10's Changing Rooms. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

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