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What Are Natural Organic Throw Pillows?

Organic throw blankets are durable fabric coverings made from natural or nontoxic materials, such as organic cotton, linen, wool, or even bamboo, which farmers typically grow and harvest without using harmful chemicals such as pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, making them a more sustainable, healthy, and eco friendly choice.

By choosing an organic throw blanket, you can improve the look and feel of your home while also ensuring a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle. And isn’t that why we’re all here?

How Can You Tell if a Throw Blanket is Nontoxic?

To determine if a throw blanket is clean and safe to use, you should first investigate the material. Whether you’re looking for an organic cotton throw blanket or a simple bamboo throw, check the label or product information to verify the materials are nontoxic. You can also look for certifications such as OEKO-TEX; while not a perfect way to measure toxicity, these certifications indicate that the product has been rigorously tested for safety and eco friendliness.

And even if a natural product doesn’t have a certification, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s not a great addition to a healthy home. Some manufacturers simply aren’t able to afford the expensive process of certification.

It's important to look for throws made from natural fibers, such as organic cotton throws made using safe, eco friendly methods. The team at Healthier Homes only works with manufacturers and suppliers that have a reputation for using sustainable and nontoxic materials and processes.

The Comfort Benefits of Organic Throw Blankets

If they’re made from renewable resources like organic cotton or bamboo, they’re also an eco-friendlier choice, as these materials are grown and processed with minimal environmental impact. So you can rest easy while reducing your carbon footprint.

Creative Ways to Use Non Toxic Throw Blankets

A natural throw blanket can fill many roles in a home, considering they’re a cost-effective, safe, and eco friendly method for introducing warmth, style and comfort into a room.

Let’s look at the living room first. Adding a nice bamboo throw blanket to your armchair or couch will help enhance a chilly evening snuggled up on the sofa watching a movie with your family. In a bedroom, a natural throw can serve as an extra layer on your bed for warmth at night, or you can drape it over a chair or other furniture to make a decorative statement. Plus, ethical throw blankets are a great option for nurseries, where they can protect your child’s skin from harmful chemicals.

You can also use an organic throw outside for activities like camping or picnics. Try using them to cover a baby’s stroller or car seat or simply drape them over outdoor furniture to make your deck or patio a little cozier.

The Health Benefits of Natural Throw Blankets

Natural throw blankets are healthier for you—and safer for the environment. Seeing as most organic materials do not use harmful chemicals and pesticides during the growing process, you can usually buy them without needing to worry about safety for you and your family. There should be no flame retardants, formaldehyde, or phthalates hiding in these items.

Tips for Choosing Organic Throw Blankets & Quilts

Choosing non toxic throw blankets are a great way to add color and style all the while promoting sustainability while reducing harmful chemicals in your home. So, here are some tips to help you choose healthy, high-quality products.

First, read the label. That’s where you’ll find information about what the throws are made from, whether it’s synthetic materials (which some can off-gas harmful chemicals) or natural fibers like organic fabrics or wool.

You can also look for certifications; these show that the throws you’re considering have been certified organic by reputable organizations. These certifications aren’t an end-all and be-all solution, but they do prove that a product has been made in an environmentally friendly manner with significant reductions in harmful chemicals.