When it comes to setting the precedent for your day, a quick-fire upgrade comes in the form of toweling and bedding. Waking up well-rested, then stepping out of the shower into luxuriously soft toweling is sure to set you off on the right foot, positively affecting the rest of your day. What’s more, high-quality homeware is so often unfairly overlooked for budget options, but it’s a worthwhile investment. Tekla provides the best on all fronts, offering premium-quality towels, bedding, and pajamas that look amazing, feel better, and don’t cost the environment.
Founded in 2017, Tekla has made a name for itself as one of the leading names in textiles in just three years of life. Each collection is constructed using environmentally responsible fabrics like Oeko-Tex cotton, pure wool, French flux, and more. The label’s homeware has taken social media by storm, and now the Copenhagen-based brand adds sleepwear to its range. Ultra-soft organic cotton pajamas and gowns are the perfect companions for staying home in as we enter fall and winter.
We’ve rounded up the best bits of Tekla’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection, and from the looks of it, it’s going to be a stay-at-home season.
Not only are Tekla pieces woven from high-quality wool and cotton, they also look amazing. These virgin wool blankets come in a range of colors that will bring a stylish new edge to your interiors.
Our favorite blanket ever? We’ve never really considered it before now, but this is probably it. Uber-minimalist John Pawson contributes his faultless eye for subtle detail and the result is a rich red blanket cut from soft mohair.
Cut from pure organic cotton, Tekla’s hand towels are the finishing touch you never knew your bathroom needed. Once again, we’re loving the color schemes which promise to add a quiet but confident angle to the room.
Getting out of the shower can be a real test of will-power. It’s much easier to get out when you know you’ll be greeted by a Tekla towel, though.
When you could viably wear your pajama top as an everyday garment, you know it’s good. This brown and white striped shirt is cut from organic cotton poplin and boasts a suitably relaxed fit.
Getting out of bed and leaving the house straight away doesn’t seem like a complete taboo anymore…
This ankle-length bathrobe is, as you might expect, completely organic and completely luxurious. Built with a shawl collar, it looks decidedly magisterial.
While the previous selection was fit for a king, this robe swaps the shawl collar for a hood and cuts the length to just above the knee for a less formal aesthetic. Yes, we just used the word formal in relation to a bathrobe because it’s Tekla.
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