Which word best describes the texture of blanket that you find most comfortable?
Which option best describes your blanket habits?
How does your skin usually react to different types of textiles?
What makes you feel most secure in a blanket?
Which choice best matches your interior design aesthetic?
How many blankets do you usually sleep with/are on your bed?
The Coziest Blanket for You
This could be a good option for those who are allergic to certain types of fabrics, and love to feel a warm, cozy, plush blanket. These can come in varying materials, so it’s important to find out which material is best for you!
A weighted blanket can help curb anxiety and can add that extra level of heaviness without having to snuggle up in too many blankets. Although some weighted blankets don’t have the softest textures, there are many types of covers that you can find, including hypoallergenic ones, to fit your preference.
Muslin cotton blanket
Muslin cotton blankets are loosely woven, hypoallergenic, and are 100% cotton. Muslin blankets are lightweight, soft, and are, thus, great for hot sleepers or for people who like to layer multiple blankets. This type of cotton is usually used for baby blankets, making it the perfect blanket for sensitive skin or when you just feel like you want to drape something over your shoulders.
A waffle woven blanket is great for aesthetics and for comfort for people who favor rough softness over a plush, fleece type of blanket. A waffle weave styled blanket can also be easier to maintain and more hypoallergenic than other types of blankets. You can also get heavier waffle weave blankets in order to insulate more heat, depending upon your temperature preference or the time of the year.