18 Best Bath Towels in 2022 That Are Soft, Fluffy, and Absorbent
No matter how soft, absorbent, or drying time you want, below you’ll find the right towel for you on our list of the best bath towels of 2022. Just remember to wash and dry these top towels more often than your last set. We can still smell the musty smell from here.
The best super plush bath towels
Brooklinen’s super plush bath towel is oddly cozy and drapes over you as heavily as a dental x-ray. It’s made from aged Turkish cotton and feels amazingly soft after dozens of washes. (It sheds a bit of lint the first few washes, but it’s not a factor after that). The downside to this super absorbent super-heavy towel is that it takes a long time to dry – water tends to be trapped in the thick fabric. But as long as you don’t shower twice a day, or own more than one towel, it shouldn’t be a big deal.
The best lightweight, quick-drying towels
The Onsen bath towels Made of Supima long metal cotton, giving it softness. It has a thinner side, but its unique waffle weave helps it overcome the main shortcoming of similar towels. The weave gives it a bit of surface area that can draw water from your body while remaining exposed to the air. This makes the towel more absorbent than some thicker towels and make sure it dries as quickly as other thin towels. Plus, the waffles just have a real visual appeal to them — coating the Onsen on the back of the elbow chair next to one Pool sometimes and willing to answer a lot of questions and compliments. This is also the type of towel that will serve you well in any size, from hand towels to full body towels. One caveat about these towels is that they can come apart easily, so you may need to be a little delicate when slinging them over the bathroom door or towel rack.
Best standard bath towels
Picture any scarf in your head and you’re probably picturing this scarf from Boll & Branch. It is of medium thickness, but with a high pile. It has a luxurious feel, but not the luxury kind that feels like you don’t dry out very quickly. It is soft and feels good after 10 washes. Plus: Boll & Branch ensures their products are sustainably made with organic cotton, so you can brag to your hippie husbands when they comment on your lovely bath set.
The best giant bath towels
All of the towels we recommend come in a variety of sizes, but if you’re looking to capture the life of a giant towel, consider the Coyuchi air weight bath towel. This towel is a bit thicker than the Onsen, which makes the hand feel a bit softer, especially after the first wash. Each point absorbs water quickly, but because of its enormous size, you’ll never want a dry spot to wipe off a new body part. The problem with a larger, thicker bath towel is that it can take an absurd amount of time to dry and take up a lot of space while doing it. Coyuchi bath towels don’t have this problem. Even if your roommate wrings it dry on the towel rack after a morning shower, these large towels will stay dry when you pull it out the next day.
The best statement towel
For certain generations of design-conscious younger generations, purchasing a set of printed Dusen Dusen towels is a rite of passage—a 30″ x 56″ step toward adulthood. The brand’s sun-kissed homewares on the timeline can’t be ignored, but enhancing their appeal with sheer aesthetics does. luxurious they feel. Those incredibly sturdy designs cover a dense layer of combed cotton, soft as absorbent. They look amazing randomly placed in the corner of your selfies as bathroom decorations, but also make drying at home after another day of Zoom feel like you’re laying on your body. mine into OOO.
Best spa towels
Yes, we said there are three types of towel thicknesses, but, as with most things, reality exists on a spectrum. Riley’s prewash Egyptian cotton towel sits somewhere between Brooklinen’s plush material and Boll & Branch’s more typical towel thickness. It’s super soft with a decent pile, feeling a bit like the towels you’d envy at nice hotels, but for the price you can get a full bathing suit. It dries you out easily and is ready to use again even if you shower one more time during the day. Extra bonus: The small built-in hook makes it easy to hang it anywhere.
The best luxury scarf
Dreamed of by two fashion industry veterans who’ve poured their heart and soul into becoming towel experts, Baina’s is quickly surpassing Instagram with its striking textured fabrics. We have anointed this dreamy rib with a House Award 2022 for its reasonable design. It looks like a tennis court for a reason (it’s inspired by a post-match exhalation), so it’s just something to breathe a sigh of relief after showering. Sure, it’s $75, but that’s really not a crazy amount to ask for a few years of lavish drying.
11 other scarves we like
Fouta striped towels are probably the thinnest on this list – they’re hardly any thicker than the towels you use to dry your dishes. But if you prefer an ultra-thin, quick-drying towel—perhaps one that can easily cover your flowing curls—it’s ideal. Plus, its lovely striped design can add a welcoming design element to your bare bones bathroom.
This ultra-soft bath towel from West Elm isn’t quite as luxurious as the Coyuchi above, but it’s still sturdy and thick and absorbent. About the size of a couch, West Elm’s “fibrosoft” organic cotton towels dry quickly and have a soft, snug fit that really feels like you’re wrapped in a blanket after a shower. Even though it’s heavily woven, it’s also extremely absorbent so you won’t spot any traces of mold after soaking.
Restoration Hardware says the fabric is woven from perennial Turkish ringspun cotton which helps it dry slightly faster than other towels of similar thickness. We don’t really see this to be the case, but it’s still a warm, absorbent towel with plenty of scope to expand your wardrobe’s color palette: It comes in 15 different shades, which we’ll cover. perfectly captured if we were really picky about the color of our towels.
Bathing Culture’s compact bath towels recently received our approval House Award 2022 for its print vibe, it’s the perfect way to gauge your preferences when you have guests coming to your home. Plus, the fabric itself goes far. Our testers found that Bath Culture’s towel only softened when it was broken by the almighty spin cycle. It was so popular that this style sold out, which is why we still recommend Dusen Dusen scarves if you want prints. If you’re using something from Bathing Culture, this brand also sells a locking product Turkish rainbow cotton towel—And luckily for you, each of them is unique.
the center of Brad Pitt October 2019 cover photo Really a very good towel. Like so many things in Lands’ End, the bath towel is an absolute must. It’s not the softest towel we’ve ever used, but it’s really absorbent and durable. And, you can make it monogrammed with a sweet sailboat. Our only bottom line is that we’ve noticed that bath towels don’t hold up as well as other towels on this list in terms of longevity and tend to fade over time. But for the price, this is still a great value.
This Turkish long pin cotton bath towel is extremely soft, smooth and durable. Its thick surface feels pleasant on your skin because of a luxurious, tight pile. And even after several washes, it will feel and look as good as new. For a premium experience, we still recommend the Boll & Branch towel, but this is a very sturdy towel.
The cheapest towel on this list is the Sonoma Goods bath towel, which is made by Kohls (so it won’t be according to your mom) and features a lightweight “hollow cotton” construction that is said to be absorbent. better suction. Other towels are certainly thicker and more luxurious, but if you’re on the budget, this option is very soft and quick-drying. In terms of texture, one side feels smoother and softer, the other a bit rougher like an oversized visor. Fortunately, it also stands the test of time. Our tester has owned one for almost a decade, and despite plenty of spin cycles over the years, this one only accumulated a few loose threads over time and barely discolored.
The first thing you’ll notice about the Havly scarf is the extra-large corner loop that’s designed to hang easily on a hook. This loop, in addition to the towel’s relatively thin weave, also causes the towel to dry slightly faster than others of the same size. And if your bathroom has a lot of shoppers but no towel rails, those two features alone could make Havly the best choice for you. The actual bath towel is slightly larger than a standard bath towel, but not as large as a bath towel. It has a slightly coarser texture than the Coyuchi Air Weight towel, but is still softer than many other similar thin towels we tested.
The Onsen and Brooklinen Waffle Towels are both solid, but not cheap. The only decent waffle scarf we’ve tried on the more affordable top is this one from Nutrl. Both the Brooklinen and Onsen towels have a more luxurious feel, but the Nutrl is better constructed than you’d expect for the price and comes with all the super-absorbent, quick-drying benefits you’d want from a waffle weave.
Shinto’s Yukine towels are extremely luxurious, like Brooklinen and Riley’s towels, but they have a unique point, almost creak feel. The manufacturer says that’s because of the way their towels are refined, a process that takes place after the texture is complete, not before the fibers are woven together. Some may prefer the more natural, matte feel of Brooklinen or Riley, but if you want to try a scarf that’s somehow both chic and sleek, you’ll love Yukine.
In the “classic towels” category, we also like the weight and texture of these towels from Aestate, a newer brand that makes luxury towels in Portugal. Each scarf is handcrafted with a blend of airy cotton and tencel that’s light and thick (not too thick, not too lint and soft), so it soaks up water easily in between showers. If you’re a fan of the built-in monogram, each scarf comes with a large “A” knitted into them, along with a convenient loop to hang it up to dry. We still recommend Boll & Branch towels for their overall value, but these are a more suitable alternative.