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Throw blankets are often used as an accessory to add color or texture to a room. However, you also want a throw blanket that’s soft, cozy and warm — basically a blanket that you want to wrap yourself up in. That’s the real point, right? Well, Amazon shoppers have done it again: They’ve found the perfect throw blanket that checks all of the boxes.
The Connecticut Home Company Shag and Sherpa Throw Blanket is everything you’ve ever wanted. Curl yourself up in it on a cold and dark rainy day, on those Sundays when you’re recovering from a night out or in the evenings when you just want to unwind with your favorite TV series.
The throw blanket comes in two varieties: shag and faux fur. Both feature sherpa (teddy fabric) on the opposite side. No matter which way you cuddle up, it’s going to be cozy.
Although one thing reviewers seem to be mixed on is washing the blanket. For anyone who has tried to wash a faux fur blanket, you know that it usually changes the texture. However, reviewers who washed it in cold water on a delicate cycle and tumble dried it on low said it comes out looking as good as when they first got it.
The Connecticut Home Company Shag and Sherpa Throw Blanket comes in several colors, in addition to a few sizes. The standard throw size is 65 by 50 inches, but you can also order it in twin, queen/full and king sizes for your bed.
That said, the price varies a bit based on size and color. However, the standard shag or faux fur throw is priced at $29.99. It’s a great deal, especially considering how luxurious it feels. Get one for yourself and get another to gift someone this holiday season.
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