By karina. Blanket Design. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 22:00:34 PM.
Create New Uses When blankets wear out or get old, theyre usually tossed or donated. However, if youre particularly attached to the design or sentimental value, there are other ways to use the throw around your home. Love your old throw blanket design but want to use it in a different way? Turn it into wall art! An nontraditional tapestry choice for sure, consider blankets with inspirational quotes or portraits for wall décor. Depending on your homes aesthetic, can tact up the blanket with nails for a classic hanging tapestry style. On the other hand, consider trimming the blanket to fit in a shadow box or frame to add a more streamlined, modern look to the room.
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.
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.
Cover Ups: Have a worn and weary area on the couch or ottoman? Use a throw as a cover up by folding it neatly to the dimensions of the furniture piece and they lay it across the top. Display It: Some throws are gorgeous in design. If you find yourself hesitant to use one because of its beauty, brighten and warm up a wall by hanging it on the wall. Use low wooden brackets and a wide dowel of your choosing. The "dowel" could be a broom handle, a hockey stick, a ski pole, you are only limited by your imagination.
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