The popular Architecture throws and blankets from Kristina Dam Studio are now available in this smooth brushed cotton version. A sublimely super soft throw / plaid, crafted in 100% brushed cotton for that extra cozy feel. A a cosy touch to your home decor while keeping you and your loved ones warm on cold winters night. Measuring 180 x 130 cm the brushed throw is wowen with a simple and stricking graphic pattern. The design of the throw might lead your thought towards a scale drawing of a building or the steelbeam framework of a super structure. Minimalistic and simple. This throw / blanket will add a fashionable appearance to your home interior – a touch of contemporary danish design. This lightweight throw is a beautiful and convenient addition to your bed or sofa. Soft texture (caused by the brushed cotton) and crinkled appearance makes it fit into any styling. The pattern in the same on the front and the back, but in reversed colours. The brushed architecture throw is also available in a nice beige/off-white colour. The blanket is washable at 30 degrees celsius and safe for ironing if the crinkled appearance is too much for your taste. Get yourself comfortable in a split-second with the elegant danish designed architecture throws, plaids and blankets from Kristina Dam Studio.
These products are stock items. If at anytime within the first 7 days of receiving your product you are unhappy with what you’ve received, return the product to us in its original package and we’ll provide you with store credit. (Refer to our returns policy).
Delivery (lead) times stated above are an estimate only. Salt Design Store delivers your orders from our own warehouse and partner warehouses. Not all of our products are available for immediate delivery and may be subject to the lead times as indicated on the product page.
Only genuine materials are selected in our production. In order to ensure longevity and durability whilst still being aesthetically beautiful and true to the KDS brands distinct look and feel. Kristina Dam Studio is on a mission to make art and interior design merge – we call it “Sculptural Minimalism”.