Willow Road tea towel
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• Print design by London-based Oscar Francis
• Made from 100% cotton panama fabric
• Measures approx. 70cm x 50cm
This tea towel has a colourful design inspired by modernist housing from the 30's to the 70's found in London.
1-3 Willow Road is a terrace of three houses in Hampstead, North West London designed by Erno Goldfinger a Hungarian architect also known for his high-rise housing, Balfron and Trellick towers.
Attached to the side is a handy fabric hook, making this tea towel ideal for busy kitchens.