By karina. Blanket Design. Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 22:44:11 PM.
Now is the time of year when throw blankets become a favorite way to cuddle around the TV or read a good book wrapped in extra warmth. Throws are increasingly available in various sizes, designs and fabrics, including wool, synthetics and cottons.So, rather than throwing them haphazardly when not in use, here are some frugal decorating ideas for throw blankets.
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.
Now what are these beautiful blankets made of? The material used in these blankets is usually faux fur. These are versatile art pieces that allow you to make yourself warm by getting cozy beneath it or by using it as part of a decorative item for your house.
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.
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