Whether at the end of your dorm room bed, draped over a living room chair, or rolled up near your couch, throws are a must-have! They add color, style, and keep you nice and cozy on those chilly nights! After searching far and wide to find the best of the best, here are some of my favorite from around the web.

Throw blankets, like throw pillows, are items that can easily be changed. Need a pop of orange? Add an orange throw. Feeling like a pop of green? Switch the orange out for a new throw! Have fun and try bright colors and bold patterns like the below from Knight Moves Blog. How great is that kantha?!

I love adding a throw at the end of my bed. It’s hard to make every room in your home look like an image from House Beautiful. But your bed should be the exception! It is so easy to copy a design from a magazine by adding a few pretty pillows and an accent like this DIY throw from Do It Yourself Design. So romantic and so girly!

One of my favorite home décor trends right now is colorblocking. What is colorblocking you ask? It is the simple art of mixing brightly colored, solid, items. Check out the below image? Mix bright reds, purples, blues, and grays for a truly unique look! The colorblock throw is an easy way to add color and style.

I love this navy blue hand knitted throw from Melody of Behind My Picket Fence on Etsy. The deep blue is simply stunning. I can imagine spending hours wrapped up in this! Thank goodness for all the crafty people out there on Etsy who make up for my lack of DIY skills!

I love everything about this throw! It is neutral enough that it could go anywhere. The color is dark enough to add warmth to a room. The textured waves are distinctive yet simple. And this throw just looks so soft! (via Kas)

When I first saw the below image from Houzz, I said “woah!” Literally. I then sent this image around to everyone in the office. What an awesome idea! I have never thought of doing this with a throw. This classic chair is completely transformed with the simple addition of a creatively placed throw. I cannot wait to try this idea out!

Michelle's Master Bedroom from Houzz