Jul 18, 2023

The Best Throw Blankets For Under $75

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One of the easiest and most effective ways to add a pop of color, texture, and design appeal in your living or bedroom while also increasing the overall coziness is by adding a throw blanket. Whether draped over the back of a chair, the arm of a couch, or the foot of a bed, throw blankets add an undeniable sense of warmth and comfort to a room, Style by Emily Henderson emphasizes.

Good throw blankets can run up quite a tab, though. Luxury throw blankets made of high-quality materials can cost upwards of $100, and that's on the low end of the spectrum. You shouldn't have to empty your wallet to benefit from the snuggly addition of a throw blanket in your home, and you shouldn't have to sacrifice quality or appearance, either. Keep reading for a collection of high-quality throw blankets under $75 to warm up without breaking the bank.

Ikea's Ingabritta throw blanket comes in five color options — yellow, red, pale pink, off-white, and light gray — and costs $25. It's made of an acrylic and cotton blend and has a 4.7-star review rating, rated most highly for quality, appearance, and value.

The Threshold Extra Plush Faux Fur Bed Throw at Target costs $35 and has a 4.9-star rating. It has a faux fur appearance and texture of 100% midweight polyester.

Pottery Barn's Dreamy Fringe Throw has a bit more of a rustic, earthy look, made out of 95% acrylic and 5% polyester. It comes in a camel, steel blue, or charcoal shade, all of which cost $69. The blanket has decorative curly tassels on all four ends.

Crate & Barrel's Tepi Throw Blanket comes in six different colors — natural, black, blush, gray, moss, and ochre — all of which have a white border, except natural, which has a beige border. The blanket costs $50, is made of 100% acrylic and has a 4.4-star rating.

The CB2 Huxley Striped Wool Blanket costs $70 and is made of a blend of wool, acrylic, and viscose. It's handwoven, so each blanket will have a unique pattern and design. It has a 4.7-star rating. Since it's made of wool, this throw blanket must be dry-cleaned.

West Elm's Soft Corded Throw comes in four swatches — natural, dark horseradish, midnight, and ivory-black. The $65 blanket is made of 60% cotton and 40% acrylic; each is handwoven. The blankets have a light corded pattern and are dry clean only.

The Inhand Knitted Throw Blanket from Amazon ranged from $20 to $24 depending on which of the eight colors you choose, including off-white, basil, burnt orange, dark gray, mustard yellow, navy blue, red, and teal. It's made of 100% acrylic with a wool-like appearance and farmhouse weave, with a 4.5-star rating.

Urban Outfitters' Aden Tufted Throw Blanket costs $69 and comes in two color variations — rust and mustard. It's made of 100% cotton, meaning it's machine washable. It has a tufted diamond pattern with a tassel on each corner.

Ikea's Soltulpan throw blanket costs $43 and comes in five colors: dark blue, dark green, light gray, light pink, and off-white. The 100% polyester blanket has a 4.7-star rating and has a matching throw pillow cover of the same name for a cohesive set.

The Threshold Chunky Cable Knit Reversible Throw Blanket at Target costs $35 and comes in seven color variations — cream, beige, red, dark green, orange, gold, and green. The reversible blanket is made of 100% midweight acrylic and has a thick and chunky cable knit weave, and it also has a 4.4-star rating.

Pottery Barn's Evette Scented Cable Knit Throw doesn't just come in three different colors but different scents. The $69 blanket comes in purple with lavender scent, cream and green color with white peppermint scent, and sage color eucalyptus scent. It's made of 100% acrylic and machine-washable.

West Elm's Cotton Waffle Throw costs $65 and comes in golden oak or dark olive shade. It's made of 100% and sustainably sourced cotton with a waffle weave and tassels on each edge.

Amazon's Tuddrom Fuzzy Faux Fur Throw Blanket ranges from $18 to $25. The shaggy faux fur blanket is made of lightweight microfiber and comes in 11 shades — black, camel, cream white, gray, light gray, light yellow, orange, pink, pure white, tie dye blue, and tie dye brown. It has a 4.6-star rating.

Urban Outfitters' Fuzzy Jacquard Throw Blanket costs $69 and comes in a mint or rose color. The 100% machine washable polyester blanket is described as soft and fuzzy.

Ikea's Crossbana throw blanket costs $60 and has a faux fur appearance. It's made of acrylic, modacrylic, and cotton blend with a polyester backing. This blanket also has a matching throw pillow cover in the same line of products.

Target's Threshold Basket Weave Knit Throw Blanket costs $35 and comes in four colors: mahogany, cognac, cream, and green. It has high comfort ratings and is made of 100% lightweight acrylic.

Amazon's Adyrescia Chunky Knit Throw is a chunky knit option that costs $60. It comes in cream white, harvest yellow, lilac gray, bright white, raven black, gray and white stripes, and oatmeal and white stripes. It's made out of chenille and has a 4.6-star rating.

Urban Outfitters' Urban Renewal Recycled Waffle Throw Blanket costs $49 and comes in either green or ivory. The waffle knit throw blanket comprises 65% cotton, 30% polyester, and 5% rayon. The product description recommends spot cleaning it as needed. It has a 3.8-star rating.

Amazon's Geniospin Throw Blanket comes in six colors: gray, ivory, pink, sage green, taupe, and terracotta. The flannel blanket ranges in price from $20 to $25 and is machine washable. It has a 4.6-star rating.

Target's Threshold Bobble Striped Knit Throw Blanket costs $35 and comes in four different color variations: red, cream, neutral, and green. It's made of 100% midweight acrylic, making it machine washable. The blanket has a 4.1-star rating, ranked highly in comfort, washability, quality, and value.