<tc>Collection</tc>: <tc>Luxury kitchen linen</tc>

Discover how nice and stylish luxury kitchen linen can be. You can brighten up your entire kitchen with luxurious kitchen towels. Whether you are looking for absorbent cloths or beautiful decorative towels, discover our exclusive range here.

Quality kitchen textile materials

Durability and absorbency are important for high-quality kitchen textiles. When choosing the best material for kitchen towels, keep in mind what will fit best in your home. Material can make a world of difference for kitchen textiles. It is of course important that your kitchen towels can absorb well. For example, cotton is a popular choice for kitchen textiles because of its absorbency and durability. Cotton will also look luxurious and feel good. Another choice for good quality textiles is linen. Linen towels are highly absorbent and lint-free. They are ideal for drying dishes and glassware without leaving streaks or lint. Linen is also durable and becomes softer with every wash. The luxurious kitchen towels from Scapa Home use a combination of cotton and linen, so you get the best of both!

Kitchen textiles for decoration

In addition to being functional, kitchen textiles are also a nice way to brighten up your kitchen. For example, you can purchase a few cloths that you can hang in your kitchen as decoration. Hang them in a prominent place and combine them with other sets. The luxury kitchen towels from Scapa Home have neutral colors, so they fit nicely in any kitchen.

Kitchen textiles at Amber Interiors

At Amber Interiors we sell luxury kitchen towels from Scapa Home. Our kitchen towels are stylish and do well for what they are intended for. The kitchen textiles are made of high-quality materials such as organic cotton and linen, making them durable and soft.

Luxury kitchen textile washing

To keep your kitchen textiles nice and fresh, it is important to replace them with a clean cloth after three to five days. But how do you keep your kitchen textiles new and fresh? It is important to look at the label for specific instructions. Sometimes the amount of drying and wiping can leave stains on your cloths, things like oil or tomato-based sauces can be very difficult to get out. Sometimes it is not possible to remove a stain with just a wash. If you want to enjoy your towels for a long time, make sure you pre-treat these stains before washing. You can use a stain remover or baking soda, what works best will depend on the material and the cause of the stain. Try to wash the textiles as warmly as possible, as a lot of bacteria will grow if they are often damp. Check the label and, if possible, wash your kitchen textiles at 60°c, otherwise at 40°c. While fabric softener feels wonderfully soft on your clothes, it is better not to use it on your kitchen textiles. Fabric softener will make your kitchen textiles less absorbent.