By karina. Blanket Design. Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 18:33:09 PM.
For the bedroom, spread out your printed throw at the base or center of the bed. Arrange the blanket so that the decorative style is prominent, along with pillows. We often neglect making our beds since messing up the sheets is part of a daily cycle, but the visual of a clean and well decorated bed can help improve your mood. In your living room, use a basket or shelf to stack blankets when theyre not in use. This gives you the opportunity to create unique style with a blend of colors as well as whatever piece of furniture you choose to hold the throw blankets. If the blanket is elaborately designed, consider draping it across the back of the couch for display at all times. That makes the throw easy to reach and enjoy as you pass in and out of the room.
A throw blanket is a medium-sized blanket, typically about three feet wide and five feet long (.91m x 1.52m). It has a decorative edging, some of hanging cords or strips. Its aesthetic value makes it distinct from other blankets. More than a décor, it has other useful purposes.
Even if an old blanket is no longer fit for your comfort, odds are your pet will love it (or love destroying it). As long as you are willing to part with the blanket, you can use the throw blanket to pad out a pet bed. Another way to hold on to sentimental items more faithfully is by using the fabric to create a pillow. This can be done with some basic stitching or with a sewing machine. Purchase some pillow stuffing and measure out the two pieces of fabric to create the pillow and capture the design of the blanket.
Among the most popular throw blankets is the afghan. An afghan is actually not only a blanket, it is also a shawl made of colored yarn. It is referred to as a "throw." I have learned that throw blankets, throw rugs or afghans were first made and originally named in Afghanistan. The term "throw" was used because primitively, the material came from animals and would decompose so that they would have to be thrown away.
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