Whether you scored a Hudson's Bay Company point blanket on eBay, a new Pendleton throw, a MacAusland's heirloom, or you simply have a well-loved woolly blanket from your grandparents of unknown origin, you can definitely find a spot for it in your home. Traditional log cabin gear — from colorful blankets to vintage canteens and log furniture — have made a comeback. Sure, you can pile it on thick to make a room worthy of Paul Bunyan. I prefer a touch of tough amidst modern interiors in the form of a beautiful blanket thrown over the bed or couch.
1. A Design*Sponge "Make It Yours" peak into Chilean illustrator Judy Kaufmann's home.
2. A MacAusland's Woolen Mills blanket featured on the blog Eighteenth Century Agrarian Business.
3. A National Parks blanket by Pendleton Woolen Mills; image from Fern Cola.
4. A plaid bed in author Lane Smith and graphic designer Molly Leach's farmhouse, from Country Living.
5. Another rustic Pendleton beauty.
6. A vintage blanket over the couch in a room by Chris Barrett Design.
7. A traditional Hudson's Bay point blanket in a lovely Sneak Peak of Gretchen Jones's home on Design*Sponge.
8. The folks at Ace Hotel love their rustic blankets! Here, a Pendleton plaid blanket, $225.
Images: As linked above.