If with the first drop in temperatures you run to rescue plaids and blankets from hibernation, this theme will enchant you. We propose a selection of blankets in different materials and styles so that you face winter with extra warmth.
1. XXL KNIT BLANKET
Everything that they have is decorative, they have it warm because they heat up a lot! At the foot of the bed or on the arm of the sofa to snuggle with her on movie or reading afternoons, they are a must. Of course: keep in mind that they are very bulky and when it comes to storage they take up a lot of space.
2. BICOLOR PLAID
Made with 100% cotton, this plaid is called Kolonia and stands out for its white base with a black pattern and frayed fringes, which give it a very casual look.
3. EXTRA FINE
Yes, blankets don’t have to be bulky to shelter your dreams. Depending on the material and the weaving process, you will find them with a generous and enveloping volume or extra slim.
4. TASTY MOHAIR BLANKET
Mohair is a fiber of natural origin that comes from the hair of the Angora goat. Unlike wool that is curly, mohair hair is smooth and very fine. This type of fiber generates very softly, shiny, firm fabrics with insulating properties, being an ideal option for making blankets.
5. WOOL BLANKETS
They are the usual blankets and their main advantage is their insulating power and their ability to maintain body heat.
6. VERY NATURAL
The blankets, white with fringes and mustard with fringes and colored trim, give a very natural and bright look to this bedroom.
7. KNITTED AND IN GREEN
With texture, this blanket is as decorative when folded at the foot of the bed, as it is warm when the cold strikes.
8. PLAID AND BLANKET COMBINATION
It is a double-winning bet: you give more volume and movement to the bed and you have more possibilities when it comes to tucking yourself.
9. OF HAIR
Whether synthetic or natural, these blankets warm any environment, being a very comfortable option to dress from bed to sofa. These types of blankets look good in different styles of decoration, but it is in rustic spaces or with a natural or Nordic style decoration where they stand out the most.