Throw Blankets

Designed to create cocoons of comfort that soothe your senses.

  • Muslin Cocoon

    From $149

    An airy organic cotton muslin throw blanket to complete your calming cocoon. Made of GOTS-certified 100% organic cotton muslin.
  • Plushknit Cocoon

    From $149

    A sublimely soft throw blanket to complete your calming cocoon. Made of GRS-certified upcycled Plushknit.

Throw blankets can help elevate your space while creating cozy, calming corners throughout your home. Whether you’re looking for an added pop of color, a textural dimension, or a source of warmth on chilly evenings, adding a throw blanket to your space is a great way to encourage better rest and relaxation. 

Our Cocoon throw blankets are made of planet-friendly, people kind materials that are soft on your senses and stylish as can be. Available in airy, cooling muslin and snug, sublimely soft plushknit, each Cocoon is also sized just right to pair with your Napper weighted blanket for an added layer of comfort. 


Frequently Asked Questions

A throw blanket can be any blanket that is smaller than a bedspread. Throw blankets are generally designed to be used by one person, adding warmth, comfort, and a decorative element to your space. Because of their small size, it’s easy to use them on a bed or a couch, or transport them between rooms.

Throw blankets are usually used for two main purposes: decorations and warmth. Our throw blankets are all designed to feel as good as they look, and help you unwind as you curl up at the end of a long day. Throw blankets like our Muslin Cocoon can also be used as a sensory tool, providing a comforting swaddle.

Bedspreads are usually sized for a full bed, so they’re larger than throw blankets. Throw blankets are smaller than bedspreads and more versatile: they can be easily used on couches, chairs, and beds. Throw blankets can also serve a more decorative purpose, while bedspreads are primarily used for warmth.

Our throw blankets measure 54” x 72” — large enough to comfortably cover a full person and to layer with a weighted blanket.

Although they aren’t designed to cover a full bed, throw blankets can be a comforting addition to your bedding set. You can style a throw blanket on your bed by folding it in half lengthwise and draping it across the foot of your mattress. This way, you’ll have an extra layer of warmth and comfort that you can reach for when it’s time to count sheep.