Making the Most of Blanket Season


Peacock Alley All Seasons Blanket

Now that autumn is officially here, there’s no question that it’s time to start enjoying brisk weather, colorful leaves, and maybe even a pumpkin spice latte or two. It’s also the beginning of blanket season, so get ready to snuggle.

However, it’s not until you need to use your blankets that you generally find if any of them are getting old and threadbare. If that’s the case, then you know that it’s probably time to replace them, since they’re not going to keep you cozy and warm like a new, plush blanket would.


Tommy Bahama Super Queen Blanket by DOWNLITE

A cotton blanket is going to be easy to wash and care for, which is good, since a well-loved blanket will take a few hits if it gets used a lot. Cotton is also great because it’s a breathable fabric that can be comfortable in all seasons.

Wool blankets are also a popular choice. A wool blanket is going to be a little heavier than some other kinds of blankets, but you can’t beat the fact that wool is a natural fiber that requires little to no chemicals when it’s processed. Plus, wool doesn’t mold or mildew, so if you live in a humid environment, it’s going to stay healthy and hypoallergenic.

One of the most popular kinds of wool is cashmere. Cashmere is a luxury fabric, but there’s a reason it’s been a favorite for centuries. Textiles made of cashmere are known for being sumptuously soft and warm, and they have the same natural and hypoallergenic properties as generic wool.

It’s important when you’re shopping to remember where and how you’re going to use your blanket. A blanket that you keep on your bed for chilly nights may not be the same kind you keep on your sofa for a movie night with ice cream.

If you’re not sure what kind of blanket you’re looking for, check out LinensforLiving. We have a wide variety of blankets, so you can get an idea of what you need to keep cozy during blanket season.


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