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How Much Would You Spend on a Throw?

I'm not much of an animal-print person, but for some reason I'm really drawn to these Williams-Sonoma Home Safari Printed Cashmere Throws ($268, reduced from $368). While its luxurious cashmere and wool blend may be cause for its high price tag, that doesn't mean I'll actually be buying it. I think my max has to be $200 for a really, really lovely throw. What's yours?

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mslewis mslewis 7 years
No more than $50 tops, $25 preferably!! It's nice to wrap yourself in a throw and sit on the couch and read or watch TV but I would also be eating and/or drinking tea, which means spills. I prefer something not so precious that can be thrown into the wash. No cashmere throw for me.
verily verily 7 years
Around $25 maybe. I like mexican blankets and can usually acquire those for around $6-10.
Zivanod Zivanod 7 years
I would spend no more than $50 but something around the $25 range is much more acceptable.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 7 years
I said $200, but it would have to be something really, really nice for me to go that high. In general, I'd spend about $50 if I was actively looking for one and about $25 on an impulse purchase. (Although, I have so many throws, I doubt I'll be actively looking for a new one any time soon!)
doogirl doogirl 7 years
I have two kids that make a mess of and destroy everything, I don't think I'd even spend $50 on a throw. I'm agreeing with Melinda19 and saying $25 tops!
melinda19 melinda19 7 years
$25 tops
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