Turkish Bath Towels
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April 21, 2022

Turkish Bath Towels

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Collage image with several options for Turkish towels. Very colorful.

Turkish Towels from Walmart from hprallandco.com | H. Prall & Co. | Des Moines, IA

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I know bath towels aren’t the most exciting thing to shop for, but I’ve done it enough to know what I love. I am consistently drawn to Turkish bath towels because they look great, feel good against your skin, and dry so quickly! I’m sharing several of my favorite options for Turkish towels from Walmart, to make shopping easy.


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I’ve been working on a little project in our laundry room/mudroom today, including hanging two brass hooks to use for towels. I decided to use extra towels that I already had stashed away, but after doing a little looking online, I’m thinking I may need to grab a couple of the cute Turkish towels that I found online at Walmart!

The laundry room/mudroom is where we keep all of our pet supplies, including the towels we use to dry Cooper the Corgi off after a walk or being outside. We’re in the thick of springtime right now and it has seemed extra wet outside, so the towels are going to be out on repeat for a while.

We have been just folding them and stashing them in a basket, but I’m tired of the bins and baskets in that space always being so full, so I decided to use some of the vertical space and install hooks!

I finally installed the brass wall hooks today and am so excited to get the towels hung up! Like I mentioned…I’m using what I have, but then I did some online shopping for some options to share with you and now I’m wanting to order new…

Most of the Turkish towels I sourced are fairly budget friendly, so I might just grab a couple of new ones. If you ever decide to get new linens, remember that you can donate your old ones to a local animal shelter! They’re always looking for new soft items for the animals in their care.

Turkish towels are my usual go-to for the bathroom (and now our mudroom) because they look great, feel good against the skin, and dry so quickly! The options I’m sharing with you here come in several different colors, so they can work in lots of spaces.


I love all the different options for colors in the Turkish towels. They are a fun way to change out the look of a space without buying a bunch of new things. I also love how versatile the towels are. You can take them to the beach and use them as a swimsuit coverup!


I just snapped this picture in our laundry room/mudroom and I love how it turned out! I added a piece of thrifted art to the wall above the brass hooks and a thrifted frame that I then hung an original piece of vintage art inside. Such a special little moment in a room that could otherwise go un-loved.

I hope you love the different Turkish towels from Walmart that I’ve shared here. The colors are so fun (you can even find some neutrals) and will help to add texture to any space.

If you decide to get any of these towels, be sure to share them in your stories on Instagram and tag me so I can see! You can find me on Instagram at @hilaryprall.

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