Edith Blanket/Throw by Area
All of the Area EDITH Blanket/Throw colors are made out of smooth 100% linen (pre-washed for extra softness).
Woolrich Blankets
Woolrich, America's oldest running vertically-integrated woolen mill, has spent the last 183 years perfecting the art of wool.
DUO Wool Blanket
Lovingly woven at a Finnish spinning mill.
Faribault's Wool Soldier Blankets
100% Merino wool, Made-in-America...
Pia Wallen Cross Blanket
This Pia Wallen masterpiece was designed in her hometown of Stockholm, Sweden.
Rumpl Blankets
Rumpl incorporates decades of proven technologies developed for the outdoor industry into their line of blankets.
Military Wool Blanket from Faribault
The Foot Soldier Wool...
Matador Pocket Blanket
Weighing just 98 grams, the Pocket Blanket from Matador is compact enough to carry in a pocket, purse, bike pannier, backpack, or...
Fuji Artist Cotton Blankets & Throws
Minimalism meets cotton.
New Tendency Luna Blanket
As a Berlin-based studio that believes in applying Modernist design principles to everyday objects, New Tendency creates products...
Vuela Gray Mexican Picnic Blanket
Solid colored blankets are dotted with brightly colored flying golondrina birds.
Parachute's Cashmere Throws
A soft and snuggly cashmere throw for any...
Caroline Z Hurley Pillows
Working with artisans the world over — from New Bedford, Massachusetts to Antigua, Guatemala — Caroline Z Hurley creates woven...
Brooklinen Bedding
Brooklinen uses industry-leading materials and practices: 270-thread count, 100% long-staple cotton percale weave, and work with...
Bath & Beach Towels from Pendleton
Some of the oldest blanket patterns bring history and Native American style to baths from ranch house to urban loft.
Multi Tone Mohair Throw
What is Mohair? It’s the long, silky hair from the Angora goat. But why? Mohair is one of the most versatile textiles.
Parachute's Egyptian Cotton Bedding
The supremely-cozy collection of Parachute’s home essentials is unrivaled — from their crisp, Italian artisan-made sheets to...
Cage Side Table
New ways of living demand new design solutions.
Steel & Wood Leaning Ladder
Consider this minimal, Japanese-designed ladder the stairway to home decor zen.