5 Ways to Use A Throw Blanket
Do you love a good throw blanket, but get overwhelmed by all the different kinds and how to use them? Well, you are in luck! Below we have listed several 5 different ways to use throws.
Create a casual cascade. Drape your throw over the back right or left side of a high-back chair. Don’t worry about how it falls, it will look so warm and cozy. Choose a throw with fringed edges so it finishes looking soft as it nears the back leg.. It is fun to use a throw with tassels or pom poms for added color and texture. This throw from our new collection is one of our favorites because it has tassels on corners, making it fun to change things up.
If you want to change the look of an area adding a throw blanket is a great way to do that. Look how different this chair appears with this light throw. This throw also has a chunky texture creating a very cozy feeling.
Throws are perfect for decorating the corner of the couch. Put a throw under throw pillows helps to pop off the couch better. This is a little bit more sloppy, but ideal for a family room… just throw it on there and arrange until you like it. On couches, it is also good to spread the throws out onto the ground. See how the throw takes your eyes up from the bottom of the photo to the center, it is a great photography tip.
Who doesn’t like to change rooms for different seasons? But to change bedding and all the decor can be very expensive. However, changing out a throw can be a great budget friendly way to bring a different style into a room. This soft throw is the perfect addition whether draped or folded at the foot of your bed!
In order to add more colors in a more neutral room, you can use this soft pink throw blanket. And for creating an even different look, you can just drape it over the corner of your bed.
The effortless look can be quite inviting, keeping in mind that effortless and sloppy are two different things. When it comes to decorating with a throw blanket, effortless means arranging it casually on the bed in a way that makes you want to curl up in it. The effortless look can be quite inviting, keeping in mind that effortless and sloppy are two different things. When it comes to decorating with a throw blanket, effortless means arranging it casually on the bed in a way that makes you want to curl up in it.
You can also add throws to baskets. The look of chunky throws can add a lot of texture in your room. This is by far the best option for the time-poor – just keep a decorative basket next to your couch or bed, and simply toss the throw inside.
A window seat is not only pretty, but is also useful in creating extra seating, adding storage space, and making small awkward spaces look intentional. Have a design on a throw is another fun option. An eclectic mix of pillows and a cozy throw makes your window seat an inviting nook and a beautiful focal point in the room. This tribal designed throw is fun and can add a little extra styte to your home. Beautiful and cozy!