Throw blankets have the added advantage of keeping you warm, which certainly is welcome in homes located in cold days. When not in use, most people fold up their throws and drape them over the back of a chair or sofa. This is a fine solution if you only have one or two throw blankets, but what if you have several? They could begin to look messy. As an alternative to the drape over the couch method, you could choose an interesting ways to storing multiple blankets. 

On the other hand, some blankets are too pretty to hide and can add style to your space. Some colorful blankets with cartoon or tribal prints have great appeal. Yes, you can hang a beautiful blanket as a large piece of wall art, but that’s not very practical if it’s one you’d like to use occasionally.Instead, choose one of these clever ways to showcase your collection of throw blankets, yet still keep them within reach when you want to use.

1.Store Blanket in a Basket

Store blankets in a large basket if you want to hide them away, or choose one with an open weave, like the industrial metal handles which make it easy to move from room to room.The cool metal tones of the basket look perfect with colorful flannel blankets

store blanket with basket

2.Blankets on a Ladder

A decorative ladder propped against the wall can be used to display several colorful throw blankets in a variety of textures. Kept next to a couch for easy grabbing, a display like this also acts as art. You can also hang a vintage ladder or a decorative ladder horizontally for a shabby chic way to display your blankets and quilts.

storage blankets on ladder

3.Overhead Blanket Storage

For lightweight blankets that can be rolled up, such as kids blankets, try using a wine bottle rack or store blankets above the bed or couch in a vintage basket.

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