This Ennva Towel Warmer Will Turn Your Bathroom Into a Spa—And It’s 24% Off
Pulling on a pair of warm, fresh-from-the-laundry pajamas is among the best small luxuries—especially in winter, when much of the country is in the grip of sub-zero temps. And you can enjoy it more often, without having to do any laundry, with a towel warmer like this one, which is on sale at Amazon. (Yes, it’s technically a towel warmer, but it works for PJs, too.)
A towel warmer feels like such a luxe purchase, and it absolutely can be, with some models going for well over $200. But this model from Ennva delivers all of the comfort and relaxation without a crazy-high price, since it’s 24 percent off.
For less than $130, you can scoop up this towel warmer to add a spa-like feel to your bathroom. It fits two full-size bath towels and warms them in 15 minutes—ideal timing if you set it up right before a shower. In addition to pajamas and towels, you can use it to warm up blankets, bathrobes, and washcloths. (Just be sure whatever you put in the towel warmer is made of cotton.) You can set it to heat for 15, 30, 45, or even 60 minutes, after which it will automatically turn off. The longer settings are great to use during a relaxing bath or a night in the pool or hot tub. Keep in mind, though, that the towel warmer isn’t for outside use, so you’ll want to position it inside by the closest door. What’s more, there’s the option to add a fragrance disc, so you can perfume your towels.
If you want to know you’ll have a warm towel and/or a toasty set of PJs waiting for you after your shower, then this is a great, cozy luxury to add to your bathroom—especially while you can get it on sale.
Micki Wagner is a New York City-based writer and editor, who loves exploring food, fashion, beauty, home, tech and beyond in her work. She specializes in digital media and content creation & production. Before coming to Hearst, she was a commerce editor at Saveur, director of digital content at Edible Manhattan and senior editor at Worth. A St. Louis native, she attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she received a Bachelors of Journalism in Magazine Journalism and an Associates in Ancient Mediterranean Studies. In her free time, you can find her checking out new restaurants, spending way too much time shopping online and binging Parks and Recreation…yet again.