Antipodean Check Blanket Fern
The Antipodean Collection Check Blankets are a bold take on our Heritage Collection; their bespoke, contrasting colour combinations symbolising the coexistence of light and dark within nature, and within ourselves.
We selected these colour combinations specifically to create this exclusive designer range, their THICK check pattern honouring our need to go BIG, to stay open to moments of expansion and grandiose adventures, with BIG feels, BIG dreams and BIG ideas.
The Antipodean Collection Check Blankets will bring an air of optimism into any space; whether it’s inside your home, or accompanying you on spontaneous adventures—lazy paddock picnics, whimsical garden parties, sun-drenched long lunches, BBQs with family & friends when we’re all reunited.
Your Antipodean check blanket is the perfect canvas to the magic hidden in life’s little moments of adventure. Let yourself dream big and DON’T let the bad news stories from our weary world erode your joy, mute your grand adventure dreaming, or steal your ability to tolerate life’s contradictions.
Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) is a land of extremes, from the towering mountain monoliths with sweeping vistas to the low lying woodlands, wetlands and fern gullies. Ferns thrive in the most uncommon of situations; where many other plants perish, a fern will flourish.
Our Fern Antipodean Check Blanket is a soft chartreuse, gorgeously blended with light brown to create a statement piece for your home or picnic basket.
We love our Antipodean Check Blankets because—
- They have a luxurious and soft feel – they’re not fuzzy so they won’t shed
- Their thick plaid checks in bespoke colour combinations make a bold yet balanced statement in your home or picnic spread
- They’re super durable and are perfect for all your outdoor adventures; paddock picnics, garden parties, family BBQs… you name it, they’ll handle it
- They can double as a travel picnic blanket or a rustic poncho to stay warm at outdoor festivals
69” x 62” | 175cm x 157cm
Ethically woven in India from 75% recycled wool and 25% mixed fibres.