Top 10 Throw Blankets
|Picture||Throw Blankets||Material||Size (Inches)||GSM|
|Flannel||Microfiber Polyester ||50 x 60 ||220|
|Sherpa||Microfiber Polyester ||50 x 60 ||280|
|Boon||Polyester ||50 x 60 ||220|
|Pinzon||Polyester ||50 x 60 ||380|
|Qbedding||Polyester ||50 x 60 ||380|
|Chanasya||Polyester ||50 x 65 ||330|
|Shilucheng||Fleece ||60 x 43 ||330|
|Northpoint||Polyester ||50 x 60 ||180|
|Ottomanson||Cotton / Acrylic ||50 x 65 ||380|
|Bertte||Microfiber Polyester ||50 x 60 ||250|
Throw Blanket Comparison
|50 x 60||50 x 60||50 x 60||50 x 60||50 x 60||50 x 65||60 x 43||50 x 60||50 x 65||50 x 60|
Throw Blanket Buying Guide
Poorly made throw blankets can have all kinds of problems including pilling, unraveling, and fading as well. It is important to choose a quality made throw blanket if you want something that will look good for years to come.
There are many different types of throw blankets on the market. They can be made from 100% cotton, polyester, wool or a combination of synthetic fabrics. We have listed several different types of throw blankets below so you can get an idea of what is available.
- Quilted – There are three layers that make up a quilted throw blanket: a front, back and the center layer which is made from batting. Cotton batting is heavier than synthetic and it is warmer as well so if you are looking for something to keep you warm during the cold months, a cotton batting is a good choice. Side seams hold all three pieces together along with decorative stitching that make it have that popular quilted look that people love.
- Knitted – Knitted blankets are lightweight and usually have open weave that leaves holes between the threads of year used to make the blanket. Knitted blankets make very popular throws but they can also make excellent travel blankets as well. Because they are so lightweight, they can be carried in the travel bag easily.
- Woven – Woven blankets are the most common style of throw blanket available. The mechanical weaving used to create this type of blanket allows there to be an array of textures, materials and weights.
Things to Consider When Choosing a Throw Blanket
Throw blankets are a great way to provide a comfortable, cozy feeling that inspires snuggling up underneath it with a great book or television show. A drawback of throw blankets is that they can make the room look messy and cluttered if they are left on the floor or strewn across the living room sofa. Throw blankets fold up neatly and can be draped across the back of the sofa or chair to give the room a finished, sophisticated look.
- How to choose – Choosing the perfect throw blanket can be a lot like picking the perfect paint color for a room. You need to choose what appeals to you and what gives you that sense of beauty that you are looking for. Some people may like tons that are similar in color. If that is you, you want to choose a throw that is the same color as the furniture already in the room and/or the walls as well. If you are more daring and love color let the throw add a splash of bright color that complements the room while at the same time providing that pop of color you love. To add even more layers to your look think about the texture of the throw as well.
- The best place for a throw – Throw blankets get their name from the way they are tossed over furniture, over people’s shoulders and over the end of the bed. They can be draped elegantly over the back of your sofa to add an air of elegance to your living room or den. You can also fold it neatly and arrange is in a precise place in the room for when people need some extra warmth. You can do a lot of different things with throw blankets which is why they are so popular.
- Uses for throw blankets – There are many uses for throw blankets that you may not have thought of. In addition to draping them over a chair or sofa they can be placed on a guest bed in case the guest needs some extra warmth at night, given to a college student as a gift for their college dorm, stored in your vehicle in case you ever breakdown in the cold, in the baby’s room to wrap around the baby for those late night feeding sessions and much more. They make fantastic gifts and can be personalized to the individual person you are gifting it to by choosing their favorite color or pattern.
It is a gift that keeps on giving and they will think about your kind gift every time they use it. They roll up and store easily so taking one with you wherever you go is not troublesome at all. You never know when a throw blanket may come in handy.
There are many different types of blankets on the market but the throw blanket is probably one of the most popular and often used types of blankets due to its versatility and size. With all of the choices available you could drive yourself crazy trying to choose one.
The best way to make this process easier and more enjoyable is to educate yourself on the different types of throw blankets on the market and then see what appeals to you while still fitting your needs.
The three beautiful, soft throw blankets we reviewed above are just a few of the types of throw blankets you can find. With all of these styles you will be able to find a throw blanket or two that will fit in perfectly with your furniture, wall colorings and color scheme.
The information we have provided you with has been designed to help you understand the different types of throw blankets and the characteristics of each type. This knowledge will enable you to make a decision that will be just perfect for you.