How to Style a Throw Blanket in 3 Simple & Cozy Ways

Melissa Karl
by Melissa Karl

Today, I want to teach you how to style a throw blanket. I'm going to share some great ways to make a chair look super cozy with just a throw blanket. The three looks below are easy to create and look fantastic.

The Rectangle Style

First up, we've got the rectangle style. Here's what you do:

Take your throw blanket and spread it out to make a big rectangle.

Then, fold it in half to make a smaller rectangle.

Now, place it neatly on the arm of your chair. Voila! You've got yourself a cozy spot.

The Fan Style

Next, let's try the fan style.

Take your throw blanket and fold it in half lengthwise.

Then, start making smaller folds back and forth, just like you used to do when making a paper fan as a kid.

Once you're done, drape it over the arm of your chair. This is a cozy touch while adding an elegant look to a chair.

The Drape Style

Last but not least, we have the drape style. This one's super easy.

Just grab one corner of your throw blanket.

Let it hang down.

Then drape it over the back of your chair. It adds a nice touch of relaxed warmth to your space.

How to style throw blanket

These three simple ways to style a throw blanket will give your chair a finished look. Give each one a try, and enjoy your cozy new space. Let me know in the comments below which look is your favorite.

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  • Patty Patty on May 25, 2024
    Go to You Tube, type in How to Fold a Fitted Sheet, scroll down to the one that says The Big Secret (woman with short brown hair). You'll love it. Thank you, Melissa, for my morning laugh.
  • Daisy@TX Daisy@TX on May 27, 2024
    Patty I'm 73 years old and surprised how many women (men) don't know how to fold a fitted sheet. Or a flat for that matter. I learned in Home Economics when I was in 5th grade. Old School👍
    • Debbie Debbie on Jun 06, 2024
      My mom taught me how to fold a fitted sheet and I’m amazed at how many people just wad the whole sheet up in a messy ball and toss it in the closet with the other sheets.