Turkish towels are renowned for their lightweight versatility. We know they’re great by the pool, but here are 17 other ways you can use your Miss April Turkish towels.
For your baby
Stroller cover: Protect your babe from the sun in style by hanging a Turkish towel over their pram or stroller.
Naptime coverlet: For older bubs, a Turkish towel will keep them cool (and still covered up) during naptime.
Trolley cover: Let’s face it — shopping trolleys are gross. Pop a Turkish towel in there to keep your little one comfy (and germ free!).
Picnic blanket: Lightweight and easy to pop into your nappy bag, Turkish towels are perfect for impromptu picnics.
In the home
Table cloth: Introduce some colour into your tablescape.
Bed scarf: Bet you didn’t know that the linen at the end of your bed is called a bed scarf, did you? Turkish towels make a great one because they’re surprisingly cozy for nights when you need just a tiny bit more warmth.
Headboard decor: Sling a Miss April Turkish towel over your bed head for a totally new look.
Wall hanging: Just moved out of home? One of our round or rectangular Turkish towels can make a lovely wall hanging for your new digs.
Throw: Change up the look of your living room with a Turkish towel throw. They brighten up any space and can also be used as a TV blanket.
Hair towel: Looking to dry your hair without the frizz? Curly girls in particular will love Turkish towels — they absorb just the right amount of water and they won’t strain your neck.
Privacy screen: Your Turkish towel can be used to delineate spaces or even as a window covering in a pinch.
Out and about
Gym bag: A Turkish towel makes a light, absorbent, useful addition to your gym bag.
Camping towel: Thanks to their quick-drying properties, Turkish towels are ideal for camping. Plus, they take up hardly any space in your bag!
Yoga mat cover: Useful during your yoga practice and for wiping your mat afterwards, a Turkish towel is a handy thing to take along to your favourite class.
Plane blankie: It’s freezing on planes! Pop your towel into your carry-on bag to stay comfy during flight.
Sarong: There are so many different ways to tie your Turkish towel during a day at the beach. Try a different one each week.
Scarf: When summer is over, you can still make use of your Turkish towel — pop it around your neck for a snug addition to any cool-weather outfit.
Miss April towels are made by family-owned businesses in Turkey, using hand looms and weaving techniques. They’re made using long, strong cotton, that just gets better with time. We’d love to see your towels in the wild, so tag us @missapriltowels in your happy snaps!