Perfect for those cold winter nights
Size: 130cm X 200cm - (suitable for queen or king)
Faux fur construction (front)
Faux Velvet suede backing
Why use throws?
Add a new element of colour and texture to your room
Add arms-reach warmth in any room
Great for families with pets protect your bedding or sofas
Throw on an extra layer
The use of our new throws adds instant warmth, texture, colour and pattern to the room cascading over the back of a chair, folded on the arm of a sofa or spanning the foot of the bed.
We typically recommend either cotton or acrylic based throws, for high volume areas given theyre machine washable. For kids bedrooms, faux fur throws have been extremely popular given there versatile to use them as blankets in the winter months for that added warmth.
What throw size is best?
In Australia, most will find the typical size of throws to be 127x152cm or 130x180cm.
Typically, both are suitable for most situations, however, customers typically ask would that size be appropriate for my situation. We generally feel your throw shouldnt overwhelm the sofa or bed, but instead create interest with some colour / texture. Things to look out for are, if you own a king bed then I would go with a larger throw, that's length is at least 180cm, this allows you the option of draping it across your bed (end to end). With sofas or couches, both sizes are fine. I would just be careful when selecting colours to create that ultimate look.
Tips on using Throws \ Achieve that designer look
Very furry equals very fun in the bedroom. Add Hollywood glamour with a big fur throw draped over your bed. Add silky sheets, and feel like a celebrity
Don't fold the fur throw. The great thing about using something as lush as (faux) fur is that it looks better messy! Don't try folding it, it is too thick. Simply drape it over the corner of your sofa, and play with the tucking a bit here and there.
Warm up a big bed. Try a throw blanket in a deep shade of brown to place on a king bed that has light bedding. It will make the large bed feel cozier.
Layer on the contrast. Give your beds more attitude with a throw. If using solid bedding, add a patterned throw for a fun touch. If using a patterned bedding, use a solid throw to bring out a particular colour.
Guest room warmth. Make simple bedding look more personal by adding a throw. Just fold it lengthwise and drape it across the end of the bed.
Create a casual cascade. Drape your throw over the back right or left side of a high-back chair. Don't worry about how it falls, it will look so warm and cozy. Choose a throw with fringed edges so it finishes looking soft as it nears the back leg.
Over-the-arm, Sophisticated style. One of the easiest ways to drape a thin throw is to fold it lengthwise and drape it over the arm. If it is too long after you fold it lengthwise, fold it in half.
Protect sofa cushions. Use a throw as a protective barrier on sofa cushions. If you have pets who like to sit on your furniture, this is a great way to keep the pet hair off the seats. Fur throws work best with pets, avoid knitted or stitched throws due to them not being pet friendly.
A great investment to any home living environment