Everyone is obsessed with Target’s teddy throw blanket: ‘Literally best blanket ever’

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Ever Netflix’s hit show Dream Home Makeover premiered, the McGee family’s chic interior design aesthetic has taken over Instagram.

Although you may have already mastered the art of Studio McGee’s moody-yet-natural timeless style, chances are some of the decor falls out of budget. Thankfully, Target’s latest collaboration with Studio McGee has you covered — and the brand’s teddy throw blanket is worth the hype.

It’s no secret that teddy textiles are having a moment. From coats to sweatshirts to handbags, the teddy bear-like material is majorly popular.

Well, you can now feel like you’re hugging a giant teddy bear, thanks to this blanket. Crafted from a faux-fur fabric with a super-soft plush on the other side, this throw blanket not only makes for ultra-chic decor but it will keep you warm as you cozy up on the couch.

Shop: Threshold x Studio McGee Boucle Reversiable Throw Blanket, $40

Credit: Target

With a 4.7-star rating on Target’s website, shoppers are calling this “literally the best blanket ever.”

One shopper wrote, “There is something magical about this blanket! It is the perfect size and weight and texture and warmth. I thought it looked nice online, but now that we have it I want to buy one for each of my friends. Best blanket ever!”

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