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10 Easy Pieces: Winter Wool Blankets

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10 Easy Pieces: Winter Wool Blankets

December 2, 2020

Impart a rustic vibe to the winter bedroom with a wool blanket (there are numerous advantages to wool; it’s a natural fiber that breathes in warm weather and insulates in cold, naturally regulating temperatures). Here’s roundup of ten good choices.

From new bedding brand Tekla, the Pure New Wool Blanket comes in a range of colors for $5 at Tekla.
Above: From new bedding brand Tekla, the Pure New Wool Blanket comes in a range of colors for $205 at Tekla.
The Olle Wool Blanket in Pale Grey Ecru is $0 at Toast in the UK.
Above: The Olle Wool Blanket in Pale Grey Ecru is $130 at Toast in the UK.
The Coyuchi Tahoe Climate Beneficial Wool Blanket is made from ultra-soft wool with a nice drape; $8 to $498 at Coyuchi.
Above: The Coyuchi Tahoe Climate Beneficial Wool Blanket is made from ultra-soft wool with a nice drape; $248 to $498 at Coyuchi.
The classic Woolrich Atlas Blanket comes in a range of dark heathered colors; $loading=
Above: The classic Woolrich Atlas Blanket comes in a range of dark heathered colors; $110 at Woolrich.
The Pure & Simple Wool Blanket, shown in Bone White, is $0 at Burke Decor.
Above: The Pure & Simple Wool Blanket, shown in Bone White, is $250 at Burke Decor.
The two-toned Stemor Blanket designed by Kristine Five Melvær for Roros Tweed is $0 at Fjørn Scandinavian.
Above: The two-toned Stemor Blanket designed by Kristine Five Melvær for Roros Tweed is $160 at Fjørn Scandinavian.
Designed by British weaver Eleanor Pritchard and woven in a Welsh mill, the Eleanor Pritchard Wool Throw is designed in a fully reversible pattern; $349 at Schoolhouse.
Above: Designed by British weaver Eleanor Pritchard and woven in a Welsh mill, the Eleanor Pritchard Wool Throw is designed in a fully reversible pattern; $349 at Schoolhouse.
The Pendleton Eco Wise Wool Solid Blanket, shown in Navy Heather, is $
Above: The Pendleton Eco Wise Wool Solid Blanket, shown in Navy Heather, is $219 for the queen size.
Stealth luxury: The MARCH Indigo Sturbridge Blanket from RP Miller is a weighty wool blanket woven in Guatemala from soft Merino wool; $loading=
Above: Stealth luxury: The MARCH Indigo Sturbridge Blanket from RP Miller is a weighty wool blanket woven in Guatemala from soft Merino wool; $1,800 for the queen size.
The Faribault Wool Blanket is a basic, everyday wool blanket great for the home or for camping; $
Above: The Faribault Wool Blanket is a basic, everyday wool blanket great for the home or for camping; $225 for the queen size.
Washable wool winter blankets from Swans Island in Maine are made of a two-layer winter weave of wool from Penobscot Bay sheep and dyed by hand using all-natural dyes. The Penobscot Wool Blanket, shown here, is $495-$675.
Above: Washable wool winter blankets from Swans Island in Maine are made of a two-layer winter weave of wool from Penobscot Bay sheep and dyed by hand using all-natural dyes. The Penobscot Wool Blanket, shown here, is $495-$675.

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