Dohler Grows Spa and Hotel

Sanfilippo, Michele
November 2004
Home Textiles Today;11/8/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p19
Trade Publication
This article reports that in an effort to build up its bath spa line, Dohler has added new weaves and colors. The company has introduced a hotel towel collection in white, ivory and other neutrals that feature special stitching and are designed to be washed daily. Seven different towel designs are available along with three to four coordinating bath mats. In reversible jacquard towels, two different designs are currently available, one in eight colors. Dohler has also launched Soft Way, a new brand for towels and flannel sheeting. Nine colors are offered on flannel sheets.


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