10 Easy Pieces: Winter Wool Blankets
Give a rustic vibe to the winter bedroom with a wool blanket (there are many advantages to wool; it is a natural fiber that breathes in hot weather and insulates in cold weather, naturally regulating temperatures). Here is a roundup of ten good choices.
Above: From new bedding brand Tekla, the pure new wool blanket is available in a range of colors for $ 205 at Tekla.
Above: The Olle wool blanket in pale gray off-white costs $ 130 at Toast in the UK.
Above: Coyuchi Tahoe Climate Beneficial Wool Blanket is made of super soft wool with a nice drape; $ 248 to $ 498 at Coyuchi.
Above: The classic Woolrich Atlas blanket is available in a range of dark mottled colors; $ 110 at Woolrich.
Above: Pure & Simple wool blanket, shown in Bone White, is $ 250 at Burke Decor.
Above: The two-tone Stemor blanket designed by Kristine Five Melvær for Roros Tweed costs $ 160 from Fjørn Scandinavian.
Above: Designed by British weaver Eleanor Pritchard and woven in a Welsh factory, the Eleanor Pritchard wool throw is designed in a fully reversible pattern; $ 349 at school.
Above: The Pendleton Eco Wise Solid Wool Blanket, shown in Navy Heather, costs $ 219 for queen size.
Above: Stealth Luxury: The MARCH Indigo Sturbridge Blanket by RP Miller is a heavy wool blanket woven in Guatemala from soft merino wool; $ 1,800 for the queen size.
Above: The Faribault Wool Blanket is a basic everyday wool blanket, ideal for home or camping; $ 225 for the queen size.
Above: The washable wool winter blankets from Swans Island, Maine are made with a two-ply winter weave of Penobscot Bay sheep wool and hand dyed with all-natural dyes. The Penobscot wool blanket, pictured here, costs $ 495 to $ 675.
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