Just stuff it in: my towels can finally hang around
If a towel doesn't have a loop, even a pretty hook is useless. And a towel rail needs space and manual dexterity. I have found a wonderfully practical solution with the "Stopf Me".
It's the little things in life. A praline with coffee, a hot tea on cold winter days or a kitchen towel that has a suitable place in the kitchen. I found the latter the most difficult to realise. The solution is all the more satisfying.
Towels can hang on towel rails or on a hook if they have a loop. Both solutions don't work for me. My kitchen is quite small, with a sloping roof and little storage space. My second-hand towels have broken loops and I find it too much of a hassle to sew them back on.
Now I've finally stumbled across the right product that's made for me. Not a hook, but a practical, stick-on metal box. This is fitted with a silicone lid that has a spiral-shaped opening. I can flexibly stuff a corner of the towel in there and pull it out when needed.
Since the towel rail is self-adhesive, I don't need any manual skills and simply choose a suitable place for it. So it's a quick number. In silver and black, the colour of the towel rail goes well anywhere. There are also other versions in white, black or even with a light blue accent.
As quickly as the towel rails are fitted, the story is told. That's one less thing to get in the way of my daily cooking and baking sessions. Next, I'll think about a clever solution for my kitchen roll...
In my world, Super Mario chases Stormtroopers with a unicorn and Harley Quinn mixes cocktails for Eddie and Peter at the beach bar. Wherever I can live out my creativity, my fingers tingle. Or maybe it's because nothing flows through my veins but chocolate, glitter and coffee.