THE LAID- BACK THROW (pt. 1)

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The throw ‘blanket’
You might be wondering whether a throw blanket is …well, a blanket. My answer to that question floating in your mind is actually a NO. Let me break it down for you, the main difference between a throw and a blanket is that a throw is smaller and lighter than a blanket, the primary purpose of a throw being decoration due to their beautiful patterns or intricate, tapestry like designs.It’s just a piece of fabric placed to give a sleek, yet edgy statement.

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They usually come in one size, about 50 inches by 60 inches and have multiple decorative uses, meaning they can be draped literally anywhere!!Over chairs, couches, ends of beds or even hung on a wall. Such good news right?
This weeks’ article(s) are an example of just having fun and throwing everything into the mix without a care in the world…well, maybe just a little care so that you don’t outdo yourself and go a little too far from comfort, but see, the best thing about interior design is that it’s forgiving…it doesn’t have to be perfect for you to get it right. It really is about switching things up, tweaking them a little until you find the right combination and arrangement.

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So because I care about you guys and want you to have the best when designing your spaces, here’s a link to a few interesting ideas and beautiful images on just how to throw it! Plus I saw a couple of super cool tribal patterned throw blankets at the Game supermarket in Garden city mall (towels and blankets section), quite eye catchy and trendy so when you’re there, be sure to stop by and if it fits, take it home with you! PS: Don’t let anyone talk you out of it.
Be sure to check out the next article on part 2 of the throw before end of this week : ) Stay winning guys!

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