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blanket & throw guide

by Grace Bonney

d*s reader stacy asked if i would put together a roundup of throws and blankets for the and i thought it was a fantastic idea. what better way to welcome the winter weather than a huge selection of soft, cozy blankets? i’ve been on my own personal hunt for a nice chunky throw and i think i’ve finally found one (it’s in slide #3). just click here (or click “read more” below) to view the full selection of 54 blankets. i hope you’ll enjoy the roundup and find the perfect throw to keep you warm this winter.

[image above, clockwise from top left: utility canvas throws $125 each, jonathan adler nixon throw $295, stitchwork throw $198, tessuto throw $39.95, tracks plaid blanket $428]

[image above, clockwise from top left: pom pom throw $50, ibiza throw $350, twinkle living throws $392, mohair throws $250, genevieve throw $248, child’s plaid blanket $248]

[image above, clockwise from top left: honeycomb throw $500, trellis vine throw $248, swan’s island throw $475, soof rilli quilt $750+, two-way throw $250]


[image above, clockwise from top left: handknit chunky throw $268, pom pom throw $50, chevron throw $19.99, silk throw $180]

[image above, clockwise from top left: handknit popcorn throw $288, lucky jade cashmere baby blankets $120 each, popcorn throw $264, cableknit throw $98, coptic knitted throw $75]

[image above, clockwise from top left: double sided silk blanket $390, throw with macrame $350, wool throw with sequins $125, pleece throw $98]

[image above, clockwise from top left: super-natural baby blanket $56, hiroko kurihara blanket $360, adler open weave throw $151, jake throw $200 each, fold ray throw blanket $250]

[image above: twill organic blanket, $72-$85]

[image above, clockwise from left: nina campbell lilac throw $350, swans island throw $1025, garnet hill wool blanket]

[image above: linea throw]

[image above, left to right: martha stewart bamboo cotton blanket $75+, organic knit throw $49]

[image above: matteo rope blanket $510]

[image above: zara blanket $41.50]

[image above: unison reed organic blanket, $72+]

[image above, clockwise from top left: alpaca throw $128, cotton voile quilt $275+ (they make great blankets for couches or daybeds), fisherman cable throw $148, bamboo/cotton throw $59]

[image above, left to right: alma baby blanket $55 (available in adult sizes on the area website), wool throw with teal trim and sequins $125]

[image above, left to right: chunky knit throw $79.99, cotton cashmere baby blanket $69, area quarter throw $130]

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