After discontinuing 13 Super Pile colors, 21 rug styles, 6 towel styles and 3 robe styles (many of the discontinued items remain available for purchase for a limited time), Abyss & Habidecor is introducing 13 new colors, 18 new rug styles, 10 new towel collections, and one new robe. We recently had the pleasure of sampling Abyss’ new collections up close and in person. Below are several of the new additions to the line.
pictured: Super Twill Abyss’ mid-weight Twill towel has long been a popular towel. Extra long staple cotton is woven in three directions, providing less lint, a drier towel, and lighter-weight durability. Enter Super Twill – the texture has been exaggerated and the towel more plush. It weighs 20% more than the standard Twill towel (but still 15% less than Abyss’ flagship Super Pile towel).
The collection is officially available in nine colors, but can be purchased in any standard Abyss color for a 15% upcharge.
pictured: Cloé rug, Marbre towel, Joia towel Simple, stylish, and plush, Habidecor’s new Cloé rug weighs 10% more (per meter squared) than the flagship Must rug. It is made of 90% long staple Egyptian Cotton, 5% Acryl, and 5% Lurex. Pictured with it is: Abyss’ new Marbre towel – a soft, lightweight towel with a fashion print featuring 50% extra long staple Egyptian Cotton and 50% modal; and Abyss’ new Joia towel – a lightweight spa inspired towel with just a touch of sparkle, one side has a very smooth texture and the other a classic terry weave. All three collections come available in shades of gold and silver.
pictured: Element towel Similar to Abyss’ Joia towel, Element is a spa inspired towel featuring a soft and smooth texture on one side, and a classic terry weave on the other. It has a simpler style, but is available in more colors.
pictured: Cora rug, Abelha towel Abyss’ new Ableha towel, pictured atop the new Habidecor Cora rug, is a soft middle-weight towel woven of extra long staple Egyptian cotton. The band at its end features a contrasted texture and can be used as a scrub.
pictured: Sakura rug (pictured atop Cora)
pictured: Gloria towel Abyss’ new Gloria looks sort of like a rug or mat – but it’s actually a delicately woven towel. It weighs slightly less than Abyss’ Twill towel, and is also woven of extra long staple Egyptian Cotton. It coordinates great with Habidecor’s longstanding Brighton rug.
pictured: Galli rug We liked this one so much, we bought inventory ahead of time.
pictured: Montana towel This middle-weight towel features extra long staple Egyptian Cotton woven to a velvety velour in a “v” shaped pattern.
pictured: Saxo towel Simple, soft, cozy; the cool thing about Abyss’ new Saxo is that it is also available as a tub mat, shower curtain, hooded robe, hair wrap, slipper, and bag.
pictured: Granite towel This middleweight towel features extra long staple Egyptian Cotton and bright, yet subdued color along a band at its end. The color band has an exfoliating texture and can be used as a scrub.
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