Thanksgiving is many people’s favorite holiday: Family, friends, food, gratitude, socializing and hanging out.
At Thanksgiving, food often takes center stage, yet relaxing, chatting and enjoying fun games like these can make it an extra special tradition.
When family, relatives and close friends are visiting, the last thing we would want would be for anyone to get cold feet or to feel uncomfortable. With a mission to bring warm, cozy comfort to families and friends, Bedsure shares its most cozy products to make this Thanksgiving warm, comfortable and cozy.
Wearable Sherpa Blanket - photo by Bedsure
For warmth around the whole house: Wearable Sherpa Blanket
For a home where grandpa always likes to keep the house a little too cold for comfort, this Wearable Sherpa Blanket is perfect. It can be worn in any part of the house, in the garage to bring in groceries or even out in the yard while adding some holiday season decorations to the front porch.
From soft and smooth microfiber and fluffy, classic Sherpa fleece, this Wearable Sherpa Blanket also features well-positioned pockets (great for the TV remote). A soft hood helps to keep warmth in and your head warm, no matter how cold it gets.
Available in blue, gray or camel, and in three sizes – even for kids – this Sherpa fleece hoodie blanket can make everyone warm and cozy – even grandpa!
Christmas Plaid Blanket - photo by Bedsure
For a holiday season vibe and soft, light warmth: Christmas Plaid Blanket
Equally as useful as either a decorative couch or sofa throw or a comfortable blanket, this Christmas Plaid Blanket can brighten up your Thanksgiving and Christmas.
As a holiday season decoration element for your living room, bedroom or even study, the classic plaid stripes help us feel that all-to-familiar coziness of the season.
For a pop of color, there are two jewel tones to choose from, a red-based plaid and a hunter green-based plaid. The red plaid design has been inspired by the Royal Stewart Tartan Plaid. The green base one is similar to the popular Black Watch plaid.
The blanket is also available in a neutral gray-based plaid with black and white lines, making for a more versatile blanket.
To get cozy, this blanket can be worn as a shawl or snuggled up to on a couch while watching a Thanksgiving movie marathon.
Striped Heated Flannel Blanket - photo by Bedsure
For extra heat during afternoon naps: Striped Heated Flannel Blanket
After a big Thanksgiving meal, a lot of us feel drowsy and want to take a rest. The Striped Heated Flannel Blanket is perfect for an afternoon or evening nap.
It features soft and fluffy Sherpa fleece on one side and smooth, ripple-like microfiber on the other side.
Safety is often top of mind for parents and families. This Bedsure blanket is ETL certified by Intertek and is in compliance with U.S. and Canadian safety standards.
Safety features include a timer and an automatic turn-off function after 4 hours of use. This Bedsure heated blanket has 6 heating levels with 5° F intervals, between 85° F and 110° F.
A 10-foot-long cord allows the heated blanket to be used around the house easily.
These features mean that everyone from a fired-up kid who needs a nap to an easily-cold grandma can get the warmth and rest they deserve.
Fuzzy Area Rug - photo by Bedsure
For Warm, Cozy Feet: Fuzzy Area Rug
Many people love to take off their shoes and enjoy the comfort of being shoeless inside. Laminate and hardwood floors can be great for a shoeless summer or for cleaning up, yet can get cold in winter.
To provide protection from a cold floor, pop in a Fuzzy, Faux Fur Area Rug for cozy comfort and even a center piece for a kitchen, living room or foyer.
Bedsure’s Fuzzy Area Rug provides softness and warmth through 100% polyester. Animal fur-free vegan fiber provides the softness of animal fur without any worries about animal welfare, making it great for animal lovers.
Smooth edges with tight stitches make for durable rug, while a non-slip backing helps keep the rug in place.
Available in neutral tones (gray, cream and pink) and three sizes, the Bedsure Fuzzy Area rug can easily fit into any room and coordinate with other interior décor like furniture, wallpaper and art.
Linen Blackout Curtains - photos by Bedsure
For a movie theatre-like experience: Linen Blackout Curtains
Thanksgiving movies are a tradition that many of us love. Whether you prefer movies, TV shows, home movies or video games, a dark living room makes for a fun, cinematic experience.
Bedsure’s blackout curtains are made of thick linen and polyester fiber and can block up to 99% of light. This creates a movie theatre-like experience in the comfort of your home.
These Linen Black Curtains includes two panels with eight bronze grommets to make for easy opening and closing.
Available in eight different neutral, earthy and jewel hues, including black (for a really dark room!), beige and teal, these Bedsure curtains can provide the level of darkness that works for you and your loved ones. They can also complete your living room décor with a stylish, matching color!
Memory Foam Dog Sofa - photo by Bedsure
For warm and cozy pets: Memory Foam Dog Sofa
Pets are there for us and we’re there for them. For many people, pets are a part of their family – their “fur baby”. Besides food and treats, we can show our thanks to our pets by helping them sleep and nap comfortably.
Great for winter, Bedsure’s Memory Foam Dog Sofa is both comfy and supportive. Made from sturdy foam with a micro-Sherpa fleece for comfort, this bed has a base of over 2 inches in thickness.
Available in three sizes for small and medium-sized dogs or medium-large-sized cats, this pet bed is as versatile as it is stylish.
Additional features include a bolster so your fur baby can rest its head, an entry dip at the front for older dogs to climb up and a three-sided zipper for easy cover removal and washing.
Stylish denim blue, gray and dark gray colors add to your home’s attractive and functional décor.
All in all, these Bedsure products can help you and your loved ones have a cozy, comfortable and memorable Thanksgiving.
*Header photo by Askar Abayev from Pexels