Six tea towel masterpieces that are more like works of art

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  • Pretty much anything can be framed and used to create funky artwork these days. Tea towels are a great way to brighten up your walls, especially if you're on a budget. Check out our favourites.

    Giving your home a personal touch does’t have to cost the earth and one super easy way to give your walls the wow factor is buy framing tea towels. There’s a huge variety available with many too pretty to dry up with! Whether you want to jazz up your kitchen or create a funky look in your hallway, take a look at these cool designs that won’t break the bank.

    1. Regional British School map tea towel,
    £4.95, Dotcomgiftshop

    Brighten up a child’s bedroom with this colourful map tea towel. Not only will it look good but it’s a fun way to teach them some of the iconic places across the country.

    Allo allo tea towel £9.95

    Channel your contintental side with this French inspired print. Pop in a black frame so it really stands out and make a statement on your walls.

    Orla Kiely elephant tea towels £12 for two,
    John Lewis

    Choose an iconic design like Orla Kiely’s elephant motif. This would look great in a retro style scheme. Pick other accessories to match in similar orange shades.

    Family Favourites tea towel, £11.95,

    We all love a biscuit! Hang this funky print in your kitchen and reminisce about your old school favourites. Just make sure you have a cup of tea handy.

    Flamingos and pineapples tea towel, £9.95, Yvonne Ellen at

    Flamingos and pineapples are very on trend this season. Embrace it with this fun design and be the envy of all your friends.

    Alice in Wonderland Cheshire cat tea towel,
    £12, Mrs Moore’s Vintage Store

    We love this tea towel inspired by the classic novel. Look out for classic illustrations from your favourite books.

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