Levent Pestemal

Levent Pestemal – absorbent, light weight and quick drying

This product is available to wholesale clients and may be adapted to customer preference.




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Absorbent, light weight and quick drying

  • Levent Pestemal | Levent Peştemal
  • 90 × 160 centimeters
  • 100% Cotton | Pamuk
  • Light weight, absorbent and quick drying
  • Designed and Made in Denizli, Turkey | Türk Malı

Once the capital of the Roman Empire, Turkey adopted Roman bath culture and the hammam was born. Today, the public hammam is still a major part of the culture. In traditional hammams, female and male sections are separate. However, the bathing rituals are the same: body scrubbing, a foamy wash, and a massage.

Peştemal Towels are an important part of the Turkish Bath Culture. Absorbent, light-weight and fast drying peştemals are frequently seen at the hammam and the beach. In addition to being functional, they are versatile and can be used a wrap, a throw or even as a table runner.


Barine Home was founded by husband and wife team Şeyda and Ozan Ozansoy. Şeyda (with her eye on design) and Ozan (with his eye on production) collaborate to create long-lasting, high-quality products. In addition to a high standard for design, Barine is also dedicated to producing the very highest quality products. Barine is based in the heart of the Aegean.




I have had the pleasure to develop, source and manufacture thousands of products. Services include design, product development, sourcing, and quality assurance. I collaborate with artisans, entrepreneurs, and brands of all sizes. Each partnership includes a shared passion for authenticity, creativity, and teamwork. Well-known and prestigious clients include the fast-paced online retailer One Kings Lane and the luxury hotel group Soho House. I look forward to collaborating with you.




Barine is based in the heart of Turkey’s Aegean region in the city of Denizli. Denizli is a well-known center for the production of textiles. In addition to textiles, Denizli is home to many natural wonders and historic sites.