Our Blog — camping

Remodelista

Posted by Andrei Popov on

   Another thanks to Sarah at Remodelista for featuring Deck Towel again!  When we first discovered the new linens line Deck Towel (see Fabrics & Linens: Deck Towel in New York), several of our favorite colors were already sold out, so we were pleased to get word that they are now back in stock. The generously sized towels measure 70 inches by 57 inches and are the brainchild of recent Columbia University grad Buck Ellison, who began by sewing his own linen towels for camping trips. Frequent compliments from friends spurred him to create his own line of towels made from linen...

Read more →

GQ Features Deck Towel in "This Just In" Spotlight

Posted by Cory Pierson on

  Thank you to Andrew Richdale at GQ for featuring Deck Towel and possibly inventing the most disgusting verb ever - "rankify". A warning to all cotton beach towel owners! What: Deck Towels Where: Partners and Spade and DeckTowel.com The Details: After a day at the beach, your average cotton towel is a sopping rag—one that's probably gonna rankify everything it touches on the way home in your bag. That's why we dig these lightweight linen alternatives. They're just as absorbent as bulky beach towels but they don't hold in odors, they dry quicker, and they're woven out of everything...

Read more →

Frolic! Daily Lifestyle Blog: Deck Towel Review

Posted by Buck Ellison on

  Deck Towel towel featured on Frolic! blog. Pretty linen towels that could be used for all manner of beach blankets, tablecloths, picnic blankets, and more.

Read more →

Valet Men's Style Magazine: Deck Towel Review

Posted by Buck Ellison on

Thank you to the staff at Valet Magazine for featuring Deck Towel and making founder Buck Ellison sound like such a nerd! For some young men, the weeks before graduating college is a time for day drinking and stressing over job interviews. But for Buck Anthony Ellison, who just graduated from Columbia University, it was a time to blow off a little steam by making some handsome, oversized linen towels he calls Deck Towels. "I had made myself some for camping trips because linen is lighter, more compact and—contrary to popular belief—50% more absorbent and faster drying than cotton." And...

Read more →