Henri Throw

Named after Henri Matisse, this 100% Egyptian cotton throw nods to the painter’s mastery of color, shape and abstractionism. Not entirely a throwback, however, the blanket remains refreshed with its use of various compositions and warm hues—from the classic blue and red of “Flag,” to the beige and yellow of “Hazy Citrus,” the peach and brown in “Night Bloom,” and cream and pink in “Warm …

Tie-Dye Mohair Throw

The glorious, handmade Tie-Dye Mohair Throw from Jonathan Adler is mesmerizing and cloud-like in both of its color variations. 73% mohair and 24% wool, the blanket captivates the eye while protecting against cool temperatures. It is sheared, dyed and woven in Spain at an iconic mill that has been operating since approximately 1930. Toward the bottom, the throw is completed with a touch of texture, …

Revontuli Mohair Blanket

Inspired by the northern lights, this richly textured and colorful Revontuli Mohair Blanket, designed by Elina Helenius, is woven with luxuriously soft, mulesing-free South African mohair and New Zealand wool at a Lithuanian sewing company. The blanket’s name comes from the Finnish word for aurora borealis and, like the natural wonder from which this blanket draws its muse, it captivates through a mix of green …