The Colonnade Tea Towel
The Colonnade is a covered walkway that runs along the southern side of the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, England. It was designed by the architects Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff as part of the original building and was completed in 1935.
The Colonnade is a key feature of the De La Warr Pavilion's design, providing sheltered outdoor space for visitors to enjoy the sea views and fresh air. It is characterised by its curved form and the use of reinforced concrete, which was a new and innovative material at the time of its construction.
Product details & Care
- 100% Cotton
- Measures approx 70cm x 50cm
- Wash at 30 and iron on reverse
- Hemmed sides
- Hanging loop
- Proudly printed in the UK
As a small business I am keen to support other small businesses wherever possible. All my business supplies are sourced from independent retailers.
I am passionate about capturing a memory, whether it's of your favourite holiday, your home town or your Wedding. I do this by creating travel prints inspired by the old railway posters. I create everything in house using Adobe Illustrator. Personalisation is free and if I don't have a print you'd like in the range, just ask me!
Tea Towels are fulfilled directly from my printer who despatch orders within 1-2 days and post everything via tracked 48 postage.