9 Blankets That Double as Decor

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It's time for Fall at Home: Hunker down, bundle up, and make the season as cozy as possible with our foolproof guide to autumn.

'Tis the season to settle into your couch with a snack and a blanket. Good luck to anyone that tries to get you to leave this comfy spot (especially if a furry friend snuggles up next to you). A key part to this ideal scene: finding a good blanket.


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But if you're at a standstill and want something more unique, we've rounded up some blankets that also serve as a decor. Practicality and aesthetics in one? Yes please.

Keep reading for some of our favorite picks.

1. Morgan Harper Nichols Watercolor Mountains Throw Blanket, $59.99

Morgan Harper Nichols often finds inspiration in nature, as seen here in this stunning throw blanket.

2. The Pairabirds Gemini Interior Throw Blanket, $59.99

Illustrator and designer Tabitha Brown creates some really special scenes, like this bright one.

3. FrankiePrintCo Palm Leaf Woven Throw Blanket, $79

FrankiePrintCo creates a range of delightful blankets and we love how this palm leaf pattern brings greenery indoors.

4. Khristian Howell Une Femme Throw Blanket Blue, $79.99


Floral lovers, bookmark this pick. It's cozy and adds some pattern to an otherwise neutral space.

5. Zara Home Embellished Cotton Blanket, $99.90

Bring some rustic vibes inside with this gem.

6. Jungalow Colorblock Throw Blanket, $159

Jungalow always does patterns well, and this colorblock blanket is no exception.

7. West Elm Happy Habitat Recycled Cotton Throw, $165

Scandi vibes anyone? We love the modern look of this blanket, especially when paired with minimal decor.

8. W.A. Green Goodnight Kiss Red Lips Blanket, $191.49

Make a statement with this romantic blanket, perfect for cozy nights in.

9. bfgf Jungle Woven Blanket, $200

Artist Lilian Martinez also designs homewares, which she lists in her shop, bfgf. This find proves how her pieces really transform a space.


Eva is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers trends, news, and makers for Hunker. Her writing has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Bustle, KCET and more. She is a proud bookworm and organizes her books by color.