When it comes to seating, there's no better pair than an armchair with the perfect throw. A match made in heaven, these two pieces will create a comfortable and welcoming setting to cozy up to. Playing with texture and color, we've paired a few chair-and-throw combinations in a variety of styles to help you find your match!
Perfect for cold Winter nights, a throw can easily warm up a space with texture and color. From the classic and cashmere to the plaid and patterned, throws are the one accessory you need to make a space cozy or liven up a tired sofa. We found six blankets — all on sale — that will fit within your style and budget, adding a small dose of affordable luxury to any room.
- Grasslands Throw ($60, originally $89): The warm tones in this Southwestern pattern will warm up a leather couch perfectly.
- Hand Knit Throw ($47, originally $78): Add an understated touch of warmth to your bedroom with a soft, pastel knit.
- Curly Faux Fur Throw ($66, originally $98): This faux fur blanket would be a lavish addition to any sofa.
- Blocks Throw ($162, originally $295): The subtle design in this navy and olive throw will warm up a room with a contemporary touch.
- Graphite Awning Stripe Throw ($125, originally $250): The stripes and fringe give this blanket a casual, laid-back feel. Due to its lightweight, nubby texture, this throw can be used throughout the entire year.
- Breckenridge Plaid Throw ($79, originally $99): Plaid is rad, especially when you can curl up in it! Great for chilly nights, this plaid throw can offer just the Winter touch your space needs.
There's nothing quite like wrapping yourself up in a soft blanket on a chilly Fall day — especially when you look good doing it. We've found 10 indulgent throw blankets to keep you warm in the months ahead, whether you want to curl up in bright Missoni prints, soft baby cashmere, preppy-label classics, or snug alpaca weaves. Craving a little dose of luxury? Here are the poshest, plush picks to keep your home cozy all season.
About a year ago, I bought a pair of linen Fred Shand throw pillows from Anthropologie with persimmon zigzag stripes and appliqué strips of navy and white patterned silk. I absolutely love them, and the best part is the silver lining: rows of metallic sequins bordering the orange stripes. I'm not a flashy girl, but that little bit of shine sure does make me smile.
So I've been on the hunt for a new throw for the sofa to coordinate since then, and I finally stumbled upon the perfect item at West Elm. The brand's Chunky Tassel Throw ($69), a mainstay from last season, was released this year in gold metallic. It's a cozy, textural layer woven with metallic thread and a marvelous match to much-loved pillows!
I bought a faux fur comforter from Pottery Barn about eight years ago — oh I am such a trendsetter! — and it's so gosh darn cozy. Even though in the wintertime, I tend to walk around my apartment wearing the thing like a robe and vehemently refuse to take it off, I am tempted to buy an additional faux fur throw for my living room. The smaller size seems more convenient, practical, and well, less embarrassing. That said, I'm not sure whether I want to shell out $99 for Pottery Barn's current Faux-Fur Throw. So I've been looking for a more affordable alternative, and whadya know? I found a much cheaper option! Want to see it?
When it comes to fur in my house, I prefer to see it on a very alive Fluffy or Fido — not on a fur throw, rug, or pillow. Luckily, there are plenty of pretty faux fur choices.
Throw a faux fur throw on a bed at a ski cabin for a luxe touch, or dress up your sofa with a few faux fur pillows. They definitely add a great touch to a holiday-decorated home. One of my favorite throws is the Inmod Faux Fox Fur Throw ($370) — it's unbelievably luxe looking. There are plenty of other warm, fuzzy options though. See a few of my favorites below.
Odd as it may be — the Snuggie is a pop culture phenomenon. I admit I haven't put one on or gone on a strangely intriguing Snuggie pub crawl, so I can't really slight the fuzzy blue blanket/throw/robe. Maybe it lives up to the hype, but I have to believe there are more fashionable ways to go about it.
Enter Alicia Adams and her deliciously divine Alicia Adams Alpaca Blankets ($385). Made out of 100 percent alpaca, her über soft throws are available in dreamy earth-toned hues that are sure to complement most any room. If the personalized wrap is what you're after, the Alicia Adams Alpaca Cape ($440) will do the trick. It will have guests scoffing, "Snuggie shmuggie . . . Pass the alpaca!" Warning: If you plan on drooling, dipping salsa, or heading out to the bars, consider this — it's dry clean only!
Ruffles have been gracing more than the edges of red carpet gowns of late, adding a touch of fancy to the home on pillows, bedding, and shower curtains. For instance, this Martha Stewart Ruffle Throw ($40) would bring a subtle element of femininity to even the most dapper sofa.
I happen to be a sucker for anything with a wavy ripple, especially when it's not over the top. Here are some of my favorite less-is-more ruffled home décor pieces.
Crave Worthy Creations member HannahNicole is throwing activism to the wind in favor of a sheepskin throw:
The animal activist inside me is screaming "No!" — but regardless, I'm absolutely in love with this sheepskin ($449, originally $899). It would be the perfect home accent when I'm cozy by the fireplace, so soft and plush. I know it's wrong, but I can't help it. I'll take one for Christmas, please.
Do you have any fur furnishings at home? Do you have one on your holiday wish list? Be sure to add photos and links to our Crave Worthy Creations group.