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So add thick throw blankets to chairs and sofas, and swap out silk-covered pillows and even lampshades for ones covered in thicker, nubbier fabrics like muslin and burlap.
The company also makes a line of chenille baby throw blankets with matching stuffed animals and some basic-bedding crib products, such as mattress pads and changing pads.
For a larger makeover, replace your lightweight linens with chunky textures, such as knits and velvets, and gather fleece throw blankets to keep guests warm.
Simple, must-have dorm items like towels, shower caddies, or throw blankets are all items someone will need when they move into the dorms.
"Drink tables next to the chairs are also a priority item, along with a few cozy throw blankets strewn about," Joslin says.
"I could really only do it for a minute and then everyone would come running and throw blankets on top of me and they would build me like a little blanket cave,'' she added, "I really went all out on this.
The museum currently has licensing agreements with Rug Barn and Four Star International for home furnishings products such as wall hangings, throw blankets, pillows and holiday decor, also bearing Currier & Ives artwork.
Kmart's holiday decor clearance included deals of up to 50 percent off Martha Stewart Everyday products, such as a tapestry decorative pillow with an image of Santa Claus for $5, Holiday Bells fabric placemats for $2 and throw blankets in stocking or angel motifs for $9.
Faribault received worldwide exposure when it awarded jacquard throw blankets to U.S.
The company, which has been known for the manufacture of Indian trade blankets, rugged stadium throw blankets and even apparel, has expanded its bed blanket offerings.
Mohawk Home, known for its throw blankets and decorative textiles, is entering the bed blanket category.