Moda Home vintage towels at Give Simple The Look for Less: Kitschy Kitchen Towels
Kitchen towels can add fun and function. Below we have some of our favorite fun finds for under $10. But if you are looking strictly for function keep these tips in mind…

  • Waffle weaves are best for hand drying and cleaning heavy spills.
  • To add some shine to your glass, go with a simple plain weave.
  • Also, don’t use fabric softener when you dry your towels. It inhibits the absorbency and leaves behind streaks on glass or your glasses.
  • Here are our favorite kitschy kitchen towel finds for less!
    Kmart vintage day of the week towels The Look for Less: Kitschy Kitchen Towels These vintage day-of-the-week towels from Martha Stewart Home are on sale for $8.99.

    henry road coffee tea or me towels The Look for Less: Kitschy Kitchen Towels Coffee, tea, or me–what ever you choose, these Henry Road towels are a fun way to add style to your kitchen and at $10 each, they aren’t such a bad deal either.

    Vintage Lucys flour sack towels The Look for Less: Kitschy Kitchen Towels
    Someone has to set a bad example, and you should do it with these super fun towels, $6.50 each, from Vintage Lucy. Browse the Etsy store for more great finds.

    Vintage Moda Home towels (pictured at the beginning of the post) can be bought in a set of 4 for $20 from Give Simple. That’s $5 each! The best deal of them all!

    If you don’t like these, here are some great places to find your own unique vintage towels:

  • Ebay
  • Shopgoodwill.com
  • Your local thrift store
  • Your grandma’s creepy basement
  • Garage sales