7 Warm Blankets to Snuggle Up in All Winter Long
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Winter means time to curl up with your favourite book or to binge-watch a TV show everyone’s talking about, weekend in and weekend out. I basically become a hermit, all season-long. But that requires an unmatched level of comfort that can usually be achieved with three things: a hot drink, a delicious snack and a warm blanket.
A good blanket can instantly make your set up more cosy. When shopping for the perfect one, it’s important to consider the material and its thickness to see if it makes you a comfy type warm (ideal) or hot, sweaty and annoyed.
From fluffy to quilted, we’ve rounded up seven of the best winter blankets to hibernate in for the next few months.
Adairs Plush Coal Quilted Blanket
Jump into bed or onto your lounge and be enveloped by the softness of this Plush Coal Quilted Blanket ($99.99) from Adairs. It’s made from polyester, so you can throw it in the washing machine any time on a warm cycle. Throw it on top of your duvet cover for an added layer of snuggliness.
Kip&Co Sunset Boulevard Woven Throw
The Sunset Boulevard Woven Throw ($269) adds a pop of colour and warmth to your shivering, winter night. Made from 100% woven cotton, you can wrap yourself up like a summery burrito.
Sheet Society Morgan Wool Blanket
This winter blanket is wrinkle-resistant, so it always stays flat on your surfaces. Made from a blend of 70% Australian Merino wool and bamboo, the Morgan Wool Blanket (from $260) is soft to touch. It’s also thermo-regulating to keep you cool in the summertime.
Linen House Clover Throw
The Clover Throw ($129.99) is chic meets toasty. The checked pattern adds a touch of style to neutral spaces.
Heritage Reversible Sherpa Blanket Charcoal
No matter which way you flip it, this Heritage Reversible Sherpa Blanket Charcoal ($129.95) is fluffy goodness. You can roll yourself up in it or slip it under your fitted sheet to give you more insulation on colder winter nights.
Seljak Brand Dugong Blanket
Part of The Iconic’s Considered Edit, this Dugong Blanket ($299) from Seljak Brand not only warms you up and looks good doing it, but it does good for those in need and the environment. Every time you purchase something from the brand you donate $2 to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre in Melbourne. And it diverts 560g of textile waste from landfill through the use of recycled materials in its manufacturing.
Openook Faux Fur Sherpa Blanket
This Faux Fur Sherpa Blanket ($79) is large enough for a queen-sized bed. So, you can either wrap your mattress or yourself and your friends up in this sheep wool-like throw for a toasty night in.
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