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Create a cozy spot to relax in any room with soft and comfortable throw blankets from Pottery Barn. These versatile blankets work well throughout the home, whether they're draped over the arm of a sofa or folded at the foot of a bed. Keep them stored in baskets or on shelves for easy access when temperatures drop and you need to stay warm. Discover the types of throws available at Pottery Barn to find the right one for your home.




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Nothing says comfort like a soft and cozy knitted throw. Pottery Barn offers a variety of knitted blankets, coming in various colors, sizes and patterns for perfect coordination with your home. Cable knit throws feel like you're wrapping your body in your coziest sweater. They feature a cotton and acrylic construction, along with a faux sheepskin microfiber lining that adds another layer of warmth.


For a handmade look, opt for knitted throws crafted with 100 percent acrylic. These blankets, available in several shades, are yarn dyed to create vibrant, long-lasting color. Other yarn-dyed knitted throws are available, some constructed with pure polyester.


Any of the knitted throw blankets in this collection deliver serious comfort. However, they also add style to your space. These blankets come in a variety of shades, from versatile neutral hues like ivory and gray to rich reds and soft pinks. Additionally, you can find blankets that feature classic patterns that add further intrigue to your decor. This collection includes classic houndstooth patterns, crochet-inspired looks, versatile stripes, handsome tweed and waffle weave styles. Each of these patterns proves versatile in any space, lending dimension and texture to the look of the blanket and your overall decor.


Faux fur throws are available in several neutral colors. As a result, they are simple to style in your space. You might opt to layer neutrals by adding a cream faux fur blanket to your gray sofa. Or, you can incorporate the simplicity of these blankets into a patterned piece, such as a vibrant comforter. No matter where you choose to display these blankets, you'll find them to be as stylish as they are practical.


Several of Pottery Barn's popular throws can be customized, adding a personal touch. Add a monogram or name to these blankets, making them a thoughtful gift for yourself or a loved one. Several different styles of personalized throws are available, allowing you to select one that's just right. Faux mohair blankets feature thick ribbing, an oversized design and long tassels. Sherpa throw blankets blend polyester and fleece for a cozy feel. Solid throws come in an array of colors for easy coordination with any room. Plus, they're crafted of a supersoft blend of rayon, cotton and polyester. Simply put, there's a personalized throw blanket for every home in this Pottery Barn Collection.Caring for Your BlanketKeeping your blankets clean and fresh is simple because these throw blankets are easy to maintain. Many are machine washable on a normal cycle, allowing you to fluff and dry them with the rest of the laundry. Ironing your blankets after washing them gives them a like-new appearance, making them ready to display in your home.


Thanks to Pottery Barn's throw blankets, you can outfit every room of your home with a layer of comfort. Cozy weekend mornings, movie nights and chilly winter evenings will be even more relaxing with a comfortable blanket in your home. These blankets come in an array of sizes, allowing you to find one that suits your home. Find the right size, color, pattern and style of blanket for your needs. Then, enjoy the cozy comfort that your new blanket delivers day after day.


This pink tiger throw is totally fun. If you have a ton of funky decor, it'll fit right in, or if you have a more understated look, this is the perfect statement accessory. (I also may or may not have bought it the moment I saw it.)


With its herringbone detailing, this electric throw will look the part whether it's draped over you or your sofa. We found it was a great size to snuggle under, providing ample coverage, while its thick, velvety finish was soft against skin.


Carrington Court has different throw pillow options for couches, settees, benches, wing chairs, or even Parsons chairs. Our throw pillows come in three different options: 16x16, 18x18, and 12x18, in addition to a rounded bolster pillow for a little variety.


Just as our other furniture pieces are customizable with over 200 fabric designs, our pillows also include the same fabric options as our furniture. You can match your couch pillows with your parsons chair or wing chair, or let your pillows match a settee or bench at the foot of your bet. No matter how you want to use our throw pillows, we are confident that they will be the perfect accessory to your room.


No one said throws only come in squares, rectangles, or circles. You can find them in a wide variety of shapes, including all of your favorite things. Got a sports team that drives your soul? An unexplainable love for fruit-shaped objects? Whatever it is, you can probably find novelty throw pillow shapes that resemble it.


When it comes to throws, size matters. Why? Choosing various dimensions adds depth to your arrangement and engages the eye. For example, mix a larger square pillow with smaller rectangular pillows to enhance the flow of your spread.


The best throw pillow spreads create an ambiance within your room. If you want to create a classic, minimalist masterpiece, experiment with symmetry on your couch. On the other hand, if you prefer a more laid-back look, try adding texture with your throws and placing them more randomly.


Thankfully, though, you shouldn't have to choose between form and function, as ultra short throw models largely offer great picture quality (thanks to their laser projection) as well as a convenient form factor, sitting on a counter much as a TV would, but taking up a fraction of the wall space when not in use.


So, should you buy an ultra-throw projector? And how much would it even cost you? In this guide we'll run you through the underlying technology at work, what specific models to keep an eye out for, and why an ultra-short throw projector may (or may not) work for you.


Ultra short throw projectors are an evolution of existing 'short throw' beamers. Whereas regular short throw projectors can project (or 'throw') an image from only a few feet away (as little as three, or as many as eight), ultra short throw cuts down the distance to a matter of inches.


This ultra short throw distance is made possible by laser projection, with wide-angle lenses and mirrors to display at a steep angle without distorting the image. The laser tech also means that these models are quite bright, and should be capable even in moderately bright surroundings, even if a darkened room will still be best for allowing the picture to shine. They tend to be coupled with 4K resolution too.


Another benefit is built-in audio, which you'll get with most UST models, and will ensure that the sound is coming from the same direction as the picture (something you won't get with short-throw projectors, which may have speakers that are stuck a few feet away from the actual projection).


Ultra short throw projectors currently sit at the high-end of home cinema projectors, meaning you're going to have to shell out a few thousand dollars or pounds for the privilege of owning one. (If that puts you off, check out our projector deals guide for something on the cheaper side.)


Above that, you're looking at around $4,000 / 4,000 for a cinephile offering like the LG HU85LA CineBeam (90-120 inch projection), or the single-laser Samsung LSP7T that makes use of the excellent Tizen smart platform and even throws in HDR10+ support. The top-range, triple-laser Samsung LSP9T (note that '9', rather than the '7' of the step-down model) will cost you 6,999 / $6,490 / AU$10,999 for a truly flagship experience though.


It's worth noting, too, that some long-throw projectors can end up costing tens of thousands of dollars or pounds, such as the Sony VPL-GTZ380 that boasts a 10,000 lumens brightness (rather then the 2,500-3,000 brightness of most models listed above) and uses Sony's proprietary SXRD (Silicon X-tal Reflective Display) technology.


If you're planning on placing a projector on a counter, too, you may want to consider opting for a television, as the price point for an ultra short throw projector would net you a pretty fantastic TV (like the LG G1 OLED, for one). Of course, you'd be hard pressed to find a 4K TV with a 120-inch or even 150-inch image, so that might mean settling for a 65-inch 4K TV or 75-inch 4K TV instead.


We've rounded up our favourite projectors, including Full HD and native 4K models, which also support HDR, and some short throw projectors too for those with smaller spaces. There's even a portable option that would make an excellent bring-along addition to a garden party for an outdoor cinema experience and an ultra-short throw model that's designed to replace your TV. The only question is how much do you have to spend?


Within the mix are also some ultra short throw projectors. These can project a big, clear image onto a wall from a very short distance away, making them ideal for space saving set ups or for those wanting to avoid wall- or ceiling-mounting their projector.


It's also a dream in terms of practicality. Its 50-300-inch image size can be thrown from a good range of distances and the motorised lens means you can set it all up from the comfort of your sofa using its superb, backlit remote. Just sit back and enjoy some cinematic greats.


A single decorative pillow on your sofa or bed can add so much to any space in your home! So which one to choose? Selecting throw pillow covers can be a little intimidating, but these tips will help you get it right, every time!


As a society, we are at a crossroads. The fragility of our environment has only gotten worse in recent years. We cannot continue to fill our oceans, landfills, and incinerators with single-use, throwaway items. We cannot continue to be complacent about our culture of consumerism. It's time to think about how much we really need in order to be happy, and to be more mindful of how and when we consume resources. 041b061a72


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