At a young age, I was conditioned to always need to be under a blanket. My mom cannot lay and watch TV without one and neither can I. This has translated to owning way too many throw blankets to snuggle under no matter the weather. If there’s one home accessory I can’t get enough of, it’s a throw blanket. It’s even a running joke with my boyfriend’s family that when they get on their Sunday FaceTime session, I’m going to be under a blanket on the couch. They’re right 9 out of 10 times. If you have a throw blanket addiction you want to feed, might we suggest some of these top-rated covers?
Morrow Soft Goods La Paz Blanket
Not only does Morrow Soft Goods make great bedding, their throw blankets are stylish and soft, too. The La Paz has a unique design and is made out of 100% recycled plastic, too.
LOMAO Sherpa Fleece Blanket
Most sherpa blankets are single-color and a bit dull. This patterned one from Amazon not only has a crazy-high 4.9-star rating on over 300 reviews, but it also comes in a handful of bold colors with a starburst pattern that’s chic, not boring. It’s the grown-up version of a fuzzy blanket.
Light Grey Faux Fur Throw
There’s always something luxurious about faux fur. This soft blanket is big enough to fit two people under and will be the only thing you’ll want to wrap yourself in when the temperature drops. The faux fur is double-sided, so you get two-times the plushness. Plus, it looks pretty badass draped over the side of the couch.
Genteele Sherpa Throw Blanket
This throw is made of ultra soft sherpa on one side and luxurious velvet on the other. No matter which way you flip it, you’ll be cozy inside and out.
DII Woven Throw
Woven throws are a great option for warmer weather. This one has a nice herringbone design along with a decorative fringe that won’t unravel on you.
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