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.
Above: From new bedding brand Tekla, the Pure New Wool Blanket comes in a range of colors for $205 at Tekla. Above: The Olle Wool Blanket in Pale Grey Ecru is $130 at Toast in the UK. Above: The Coyuchi Tahoe Climate Beneficial Wool Blanket is made from ultra-soft wool with a nice drape; $248 to $498 at Coyuchi. Above: The classic Woolrich Atlas Blanket comes in a range of dark heathered colors; $110 at Woolrich. Above: The Pure & Simple Wool Blanket, shown in Bone White, is $250 at Burke Decor. Above: The two-toned Stemor Blanket designed by Kristine Five Melvær for Roros Tweed is $160 at Fjørn Scandinavian. 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. Above: The Pendleton Eco Wise Wool Solid Blanket, shown in Navy Heather, is $219 for the queen size. 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. Above: The Faribault Wool Blanket is a basic, everyday wool blanket great for the home or for camping; $225 for the queen size. 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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