DaDa Bedding Collection wants to serve our customers the best and finest materials of throw blankets so that you can enjoy the comfort and warmth our blankets are created for.
There can be some difficulty or frustration on which type of throw blanket can be best suited for you depending on the materials used and how thin or thick is may be.
Here is a guide on how to find the best suited blanket for easy comfort on your bed, sofa, living room and even taking out for travelling purposes.
Also best suited if you are looking for the best gift to give to family members and friends during the holiday season and birthdays.
Here are a few different types of throw blanket materials we sell exclusively under our brand, DaDa Bedding Collection:
If you would like to learn more about the different types of throw blankets, please click on the different categories listed below.
Faux Fur - Cruelty free fur material which are much softer than real fur.
- Flannel - Best at heat insulation and not easily damaged.
- Microfiber - Much more breathable and affordable material compared to cotton.
- Sherpa - Cruelty free sherpa made of microfiber and usually used on the back of some throw blankets.
If you are interested in trying to find a warmer and thicker pile of blanket with a medium to large weighted material, Sherpa blankets are the best option for you. These blankets are widely used all year long but are most popular in the Autumn and Winter climate seasons. Sherpa is mostly accented on the backside of throws with Fleece being the more popular option on the front side, but sometimes Flannel on the front is also preferred with Sherpa on the back to give it a more casual look without the Fleece. Faux Fur Sherpa is created with polyester microfiber technology to resemble the look of sheep sherpa fur without the use of actual animal fur. This way it is cruelty free and these sherpa blankets will provide the warmest amount of heat possible. Most of our throw blankets are backed with Sherpa and front sided with Fleece but here are two that can be used as both a bed blanket and living room couch blanket. Replaced by Fleece it is accented on the front with a polyester microfiber quilted material to give it a casual look.