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I have £100-£150 to spend on a blanket/throw, any recommendations?

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GinAtMerlottes Mon 28-Sep-20 18:41:01

Hi all, home decor is very quiet so asking here.

I need a lovely snuggle blanket/throw to have over me on the sofa in the evenings. I don’t want anything wearable as I also get hot and need to throw it on and off during the evening. No itchy wool, something really soft and snuggly and hopefully quite nice looking draped over sofa in the day.

Anyone seen anything/have anything really nice? Any small brands in particular anyone could recommend?

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cheesecrack Mon 28-Sep-20 18:45:12

I've just got some from Sainsbury's- cheap but do the job!

Dowser Mon 28-Sep-20 18:48:31

I love the throw section in tk maxx
I’m sure you’d be able to find something and still have a bit of loose change

Gossipgirl2 Mon 28-Sep-20 18:55:30

I second the throw section at Tk max. Home sense is also good if you have one near you. I got a really nice throw from there last year for about £30

ChaChaCha2012 Mon 28-Sep-20 19:01:40

Tesco had a beautiful one in their bedding section last week, think it was £40 so more than average for supermarket but worth it. Their bedding is very good.

AKAanothername Mon 28-Sep-20 19:07:26

Search for an alpaca wool blanket, not itchy like sheep's wool, light, soft and warm.

Sentos Mon 28-Sep-20 19:08:57

I struck lucky in TK Maxx last year and picked up a lovely throw made from baby alpaca wool (not actually from baby alpacas). It was only about £30 but when I looked for more baby alpaca I can’t find it for under £100.

Anyway, look for baby alpaca is my message, so soft, so cosy, like cashmere but less fluffy.

I have been coveting this recently:

Sentos Mon 28-Sep-20 19:09:37

Snap AKA

CornishTiger Mon 28-Sep-20 20:04:27

gassylady Mon 28-Sep-20 20:12:57

Dunelm often have a nice selection and I bought my son a really soft fleece one from B&Q two christmases ago

BringMeTea Mon 28-Sep-20 20:18:25

Quite a few nice pieces on Zara home.

ParisOnWheels Mon 28-Sep-20 20:20:38

I just bought a really nice one from Ikea.

CherryPavlova Mon 28-Sep-20 20:24:00

Buy a cheaper one and splash out on a decent Chateau Pape.

fucknuckle Mon 28-Sep-20 20:26:36

heated one from amazon. best £50 i’ve ever spent, and looks gorgeous.

BashfulClam Mon 28-Sep-20 20:45:31


heated one from amazon. best £50 i’ve ever spent, and looks gorgeous.


This is the one I have so amazing and heats really fast.

NotMeNoNo Mon 28-Sep-20 20:50:59

Are you allergic to wool or just don't want an army blanket? Bronte, Knockando, Melin Tregwynt all do lovely soft throws.

bearlyactive Mon 28-Sep-20 20:53:32

Saw an amazing soft one in Dunelm yesterday for £50

viccat Mon 28-Sep-20 21:19:56

I got a lovely one with a geometric pattern in golden yellow and white from Amazon last year - it's 100% cotton and that's what makes it so amazing. It doesn't get static-y like manmade fibres and it's not itchy like wool, plus it's easy to wash.

deflationexasperation Mon 28-Sep-20 21:22:47

Yy, to tk max homesense.

I did see a gorgeous one in ikea too. But usually tk max.

KenAdams Mon 28-Sep-20 21:24:59

Definitely an electric throw -

GinAtMerlottes Tue 29-Sep-20 15:15:57

Thanks all!! Went down a heated electric blanket wormhole and am getting one from Lakeland!

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