Our favorite blankets for cozying up with by the campfire or at home on the couch with a cup of (insert your favorite warm beverage here)!
You probably recognize the Glacier National Park Blanket from our new Forest Collection photo shoot. What you probably did not know is that its historical markings and colors date back to the frontier postings. National Park Blankets are still woven in at the original Pendleton Woolen Mill, located in the foothills of the Blue Mountains in Oregon, just like they were more than 100 years ago.
The design of the Woven Throw Blanket was inspired by cut paper collages of offset stripes Rebecca created in her Brooklyn studio and then wove on dobby looms in Chicago. Her process for creating products is transparent and ecofriendly, so that you can feel truly good about owning one of her pieces.
Each of the La Riada Bed Blankets is handwoven by 40 master weavers in Peru. The Citizenry came up with its company name because they wanted to celebrate the people behind their products. They collaborate with local artisans in other countries to produce modern pieces with a story.