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Review & giveaway: Oilo nursery blanket

Michelle Lloyd


Our house is being built, so I’ve been having a blast planning out the kids rooms. One of my favorite nursery decor sites is Oilo, which has gorgeous bedding, lighting, artwork, gliders, pillows, and blankets. They also have a fabulous blog with tons of design ideas!

Oilo has crib bedding as well as matching twin and queen size duvets, sheets, and skirts so you don’t have to update the decor when your child upgrade their bed.

I love their gorgeous play blankets that match their crib bedding! The blankets can also be used for toddler beds, on floors, outside, or just to snuggle with on the couch.

Oilo sent us the Modern Berries Play Blanket in Taupe to review and it is amazing! The 40?X50? blanket is very versatile. It is double sided, with a durable duck surface on one side and soft sateen on the other. The blanket has a different matching pattern on each side. There is a 2 inch flange along the edges to give it a crisp look.

I love that the large blanket can easily be folded and kept in your diaper bag for traveling and even picnics. It is great to lay down over questionable carpet or flooring when visiting friends and family. It also is great to have on your nursery floor for tummy time! The duck surface is great for laying on grass and even sand.

The Play Blanket is available in 9 different patterns to match any nursery! You can purchase the blanket online at Oilo for $64.

Be sure to check out their matching crib and toddler bedding! All blankets are made in the USA. Learn more at:

www.oilostudio.com

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GIVEAWAY: Oilo would like to give 1 lucky winner a Play Blanket of their choice! Click here to enter.

Michelle Lloyd is a freelance writer and contributor to MomsCharlotte.com.

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