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Dwell's 12 Picks for Cozy Interiors

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With the days growing shorter, temperatures sinking lower, and damp air creeping into the house, it can be tempting to burrow under that old electric blanket. However, you might want to consider selection of linen towels, cashmere throws, and plump knitted pouffes instead. Here, we show 12 of our favorite ways to have a happy hibernation this winter.

The textured patchwork that tops the Mangas Pouffe by Patricia Urquiola was originally introduced as a rug.
Meg Callahan’s Porter pattern quilt was inspired by strip quilting, a traditional technique originally used to speed up...
Old-world crafting techniques meet a modern sensibility in these 100-percent Turkish cotton towels by Michele Keeler.
Designed by Claire Anne-O'Brian, this chunky stool is made from oversize knots that offer a squishy seat.
The Grand Canyon blanket has the strongest regional feel of all of them.
Made in Imabari, Japan, the 100-percent-cotton Lana towels are delicate and fine, but remarkably strong and...
The past and present collide in style with these handcrafted color-block rugs conceptualized by Barcelona designer Nani...
This wool-polyester blanket has a pixelated graphic rendered in muted greens, plums, and blues, and a cozy taupe...
This black-and-white cotton rug is a bold anchor for any room.
Designed by Olli & Lime, this 100-percent cotton, fleece-lined, and supersoft Egg blanket was intended for a baby's...
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