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7 Favorites: Soft, Stylish Throwbeds (Starting at $50)

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7 Favorites: Soft, Stylish Throwbeds (Starting at $50)

February 20, 2020

We’re longtime fans of throwbeds for hammocks, sofas, and daybeds—basically any surface, including the floor, that could use some extra coziness and French flair. (In fact, Hedgehouse, who makes some of our favorite versions, participated in our 2015 Remodelista Market). Lately, we’ve noticed more cushion-y toppers on the market than ever. Below are seven we like.

Note: If you know your way around a sewing machine, consider making your own throwbed; see blogger French by Design‘s DIY tutorial.

Featured photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista, from Expert Advice: How to Decorate Like a Frenchwoman.

Cisco Brothers, one of our favorite organic furniture makers, offers the Maurishka Print Throw Bed, made from fabric designed by Maurishka Pinedo and filled with a feather/down/poly fiber insert; $599 at Urban Natural.
Above: Cisco Brothers, one of our favorite organic furniture makers, offers the Maurishka Print Throw Bed, made from fabric designed by Maurishka Pinedo and filled with a feather/down/poly fiber insert; $599 at Urban Natural.
Above: Tensira’s Kapok Bedrolls are handmade in a Republic of Guinea town famous for its indigo dyeing tradition and stuffed with the soft fibers of the indigenous Kapok tree; from $290 at Oroboro. They’re also sold at Goodee (which carries a smaller version for $139), Ingredients LDN, and the Foundry Home Goods.
LA-based Hedgehouse makes a large selection of Throwbeds in classic preppy patterns (think stripes, gingham, stars, and plaids); from $375.
Above: LA-based Hedgehouse makes a large selection of Throwbeds in classic preppy patterns (think stripes, gingham, stars, and plaids); from $375.
Above: Julie spotted these washed cotton velvet Sofacovers in brilliant shades; €180 at Caravane.
Duvets in Europe tend to be smaller in size. French store Smallable carries quilts for single beds that can double as throwbeds. This Ernest Eiderdown Quilt by Cerise Sur le Gateau is $0.
Above: Duvets in Europe tend to be smaller in size. French store Smallable carries quilts for single beds that can double as throwbeds. This Ernest Eiderdown Quilt by Cerise Sur le Gateau is $160.
Above: The Decorative Throw Beds by Opalhouse are fun options for a kid’s room; $49.99 at Target.
This French Bed Roll reminds us of the one in Paris-born Corinne Gilbert&#8
Above: This French Bed Roll reminds us of the one in Paris-born Corinne Gilbert’s trés chic Brooklyn flat (see Expert Advice: How to Decorate Like a Frenchwoman.) It’s $212 from Jao Brand.

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