Not sure about laying down a bold, statement-making abstract rug? (See our story about the trend here.) Consider its commitment-light cousin: the abstract blanket.
Here, 8 appealing modern throws, each a conversation starter:
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Frequently asked questions
What are some popular abstract throws and blankets?
Some popular abstract throws and blankets include the Aztec Diamond Alpaca Throw, the Organic Cotton Chunky Knit Throw, and the Color Block Throw from Haptic Lab.
Where can I find abstract tapestry art?
You can find abstract tapestry art at galleries, online art marketplaces, or even create your own using fabric paint or dye.
What are some ways to style an abstract throw or blanket?
You can style an abstract throw or blanket by using it as a statement piece on a neutral couch, layering it on top of a patterned bedspread, or draping it on a chair for an added pop of color.
What materials are usually used for abstract throws and blankets?
Materials commonly used for abstract throws and blankets include wool, cotton, alpaca, and acrylic.
Are there any eco-friendly options for abstract throws and blankets?
Yes, there are eco-friendly options for abstract throws and blankets made from sustainable materials such as organic cotton or recycled fibers.
What is the price range for abstract throws and blankets?
The price range for abstract throws and blankets varies depending on the materials used, the size, and the brand, but can range from $50 to $500.
Can abstract throws and blankets be machine-washed?
It depends on the material. Generally, wool and alpaca throws should be dry-cleaned, while cotton and acrylic blankets can be washed in the machine on a gentle cycle.
How can I incorporate an abstract throw or blanket into my decor?
You can incorporate an abstract throw or blanket into your decor by using it as a focal point for a room, layering it with other textures and patterns, or selecting colors from the throw to use in other decor elements.