You better be prepared because your bathroom is about to get a whole lot cozier. Seriously. On May 10, Brooklinen, the company that makes those Instagram-worthy bed sheets, is taking its talents outside the bedroom and launching something very special for your bathroom: towels. Looks like I’m going to be rocking the bathleisure trend all summer long.
The Super Plush Towel collection, which was sourced from the Aegean region in western Turkey, has four neutral color options for you to choose from: white, a light brown putty, light gray smoke, and dark gray graphite and they’ll be available on Brooklinen’s website, along with their best-selling sheet sets. When it comes to sizes, the new Brooklinen towels do not disappoint either. In addition to a large bath sheet (slightly larger than your average bath towel), the collection also features a standard-sized bath towel, hand towel, washcloth, and bath mat. Basically, your whole bathroom can get a reboot.
Made from combed long-staple Turkish cotton, these are certainly not your run-of-the-mill towels. They’re made to help you get dry faster, from your hair down to your toes and because of their construction, they’ll also remain in good quality for a long time, even after throwing them in the laundry. When it comes to hair and skin care, the softness of these towels also receives an A-plus. Joshua Zeichner, the director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, previously told Allure that soft fabric fibers like cotton are great for reducing harmful friction on the skin which means these cotton options are pretty fantastic for keeping your hair and skin less irritated.
I’ve tried quite a few different towels for Allure and I can honestly say that these ones are near the top of the list of my favorites. Without any hyperbole, the plushness of this collection made me feel like I had stepped out of my bathtub into a luxurious spa or hotel. That’s pretty hard to do in a small New York City apartment, so you can imagine my glee. The only thing that would have made using these towels more enjoyable is if they were heated up in the dryer (like my grandma used to do when I was younger) and warm for me post-bath. If that were the case, my euphoria may have hit its yearly limit.