Lighter than comforters, our quilted down blankets and throws are perfect for year-round layering. Explore our cozy down throws and blankets in over a dozen colorsthey add lightweight warmth to every bed, sofa, or armchair. All of our down products are certified under the Responsible Down Standard (RDS), which was established to promote traceability within the down industry.
Meticulously cleaned, hypoallergenic down is incredibly lofty for a layer of warmth without the weight. Our down throw blankets feature an outer shell that's soft to the touch and sewn-through quilting to keep the filling in place. This down won't bunch or shift. Keep one on the back of your favorite chair for a bit of warmth on chilly evenings, use it on the bed year-round, or pack it for a bit of home while traveling. Layer it with your favorite comforter in winter or use it alone in warm weather. No matter the season, a down blanket is just right.
What is a down blanket?
A down blanket is filled with clusters pulled from the fluffy undercoat beneath the feathers of geese and ducks for lofty, breathable, and lightweight warmth.
What is a down blanket made of?
Our down blankets and throws are made with ethically sourced, hypoallergenic, RDS-certified down encased in a cotton twill, cotton sateen, or plain cotton shell. Box or diamond stitching keeps the filling in place.
Down blanket vs. down comforter: What’s the difference?
Although similar in construction, a down blanket is thinner and more lightweight than a down comforter. Both down blankets and down comforters come in Twin, Full, Queen, and King sizes.
What is the difference between a down blanket and down throw?
The difference between a down blanket and a down throw is the size: Throws are smaller. Our down throws measure 40 x 60 inches or 50 x 70 inches—perfect for covering your lap while traveling or curling up under in an armchair.
How do I choose a down blanket?
Consider the fill power of the down, the material of the shell, and the size of the stitching. The higher the fill power, the loftier, lighter, and more insulating the blanket will be. The smaller the stitching, the more evenly distributed the clusters will remain.