5 Lightweight, Cozy Throws for San Francisco Summers
• 2 We also love Diana Wilson’s Wooly Wood large throw, which comes in two nice netural colorways, brown and charcoal gray, for 166 pounds.
• 3 The Austrian line David Fussenegger is best known for baby blankets, but these full-size cotton throws are equally fuzzy and wonderful. Plus, they’re machine-washable—great for houses with pets. They run in the $100 dollar range (sometimes more or less, depending on size and style). Locally, they’re available at Flora Grubb Gardens and Egg/The Urban Mercantile.
• 4 West Elm’s new organic cotton knit throw is super soft, machine washable, and only $49. The loose knit makes it nice and breathable for a summer night as well.
• 5 These woven silk throws from Vivaterra won’t pill, and they’re nice and big (we hate a throw that doesn’t go over our feet). Comes in a pale neutral or a jewel-toned red, so it’s doable for almost any room.