Bubble bath

Gee I love towels. 

The love affair started when we got married, and I was persuaded not only to have a wedding registry (or whatever you call it), but to put towels on it. It was then that I discovered the Sheridan ultrasoft…


I have these in a pisatchio colour, but like the fetish I share with Trish over mariskooli bowls, I could do with them in every shade. 

But of course, I am partial to colour and spots, so when I saw these from Rice, I knew I had to add them to the melamine range. BRTOW-LIR

I know they both have pink, but the slate one looks very masculine to me and I think they'd be great as his and hers towels.  In a bathroom like this.

A his and hers bathroom, my idea of heaven. The only hiccup is, in this bathroom (which belongs to a house we are looking at), the towels would clash, and I would have to become more South Eastern suburbs sophisticate and go back to Sheridan in Snow and Latte. Lucky it is, then, that we can't buy the house. 


About Sophie

Living in Melbourne, juggling a day job in medical defence with recious 7 and 1 year olds, and trying as best I can to raise money for research into paediatric stroke.
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One Response to Bubble bath

  1. Trish says:

    Ooh, nice bathroom. Oh, for two sinks!
    We got Sheridan towels for wedding presents. They lasted for YEARS – we probably hung onto them for longer than we should have but I couldn’t bear to part with them. One day, when I have unlimited linen cupboards and a much bigger washing machine I will buy large Sheridan Ultra Soft towels and give them a go.

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