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Style Challenge; The perfect family throw

It’s style challenge again this week and

Penny at A Residence

Amanda at The Ana Mum Diary

Jen at Love Chic Living

and I are all searching to find the perfect throw.

I love throws. they have so many uses and I have found a fabulous thrifty one.

In our house they are used for cuddling up in front of the TV, keeping us cosy when we sit outside in the evenings, covering my legs as I sit at my desk in stead of putting the heating on.  We have a few throws in our house and the kids like to cuddle into hem when they are watching a movie and during winter we all have one lying across the end of our bed in case it gets draughty.

So what makes the perfect throw….cosy, comfy and fairly neutral are the order of the day here.

These lovely Chenille throws from Next are top of my wish list at the moment, The colours are perfectly autumnal and a t £25 a pop they are an inexpensive, practical and stylish way to welcome in the new season.


If you pushed me to pick just one I think I would plump for the teal ( I think it’s because teal chenille sounds so good together.)

Although I think we should have one in each colour and make a little autumn rainbow of throws.


teal chenille

So who wins this style challenge?

Please share the thrifty ♥


  1. September 29, 2015 / 12:59 pm

    I think you’re right, teal chenille does sound great! And it looks lovely, nice choice.

  2. Penny
    September 29, 2015 / 7:37 pm

    The orange makes me want to hug it!

  3. Molly @mollyandtheprincess
    September 29, 2015 / 10:00 pm

    That’s a great price for a throw, and I love the colours. (I’m afraid I got lured in by the geometric pattern of Jen’s though to give it my vote – sorry!) Teal chenille is great!

  4. October 4, 2015 / 12:40 pm

    I love the sound of teal chenille too, if I ever needed to buy another throw, I’d opt for one with teal too!

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