Saranoni Stole My Heart
I live in Logan, Utah, basically in Saranoni’s backyard. Like, I could throw a football from my back porch to their store. Just kidding, even Tom Brady couldn’t throw a football from my house to Saranoni; it’s actually a few miles away. BUT, I do live very close; close enough that I could drive down there any day of the week (except Sundays) and rub my face on any and all of their soft blankets just because.
But whether I lived closer to their store or farther away, I don’t think it would really matter: these blankets will forever be my very favorite items. They are hands-down the greatest things, save for Tom Brady himself, to snuggle up with, and there is one for every occasion. When these are in use at my house, whether my kids are using theirs or I’m using mine, I always get the sense of pure luxury. The quality here is tippy top and I’ve truly never felt a softer blanket. If all of my days could end cozied up with a good book underneath one of these blankets, I would consider that perfection and luxury at its finest. Each of their blankets come in different sizes, designs, and colors. So not only is there one for every occasion, but there is one for every person in the family! The lush is where you’ll find the softest, heaviest option, and the swirl, stripe, and wave options are just as soft, have a pattern and are a slight amount lighter.
Then there's the bamboni, still soft but not like melt-into-a-puddle soft. These are made of a mix of rayon from bamboo and polyester and the name 'bamboni' is a cute combination of ‘Saranoni’ and ‘bamboo’. They are definitely lighter, fluffier, and have more stretch to them and they are irresistibly adorable. But again, they aren’t as soft as the lush material, so if you want the softest blanket ever, the bamboni won’t be it!
There are a few satin options, like the satin edges and the satin back blankets. I don’t personally own one of these, but I do know that the satin on these guys is just as good of a quality as the rest of the blankets. A lot of people aren’t typically the hugest fans of satin on blankets because most companies use low-quality satin that easily snags and isn’t incredibly durable--but Saranoni’s satin is much better quality and has a better lifespan!
Saranoni Lush/Satin Back Mini Blanket
The last blanket I’ll mention is the bamboo muslin. When I think of a bamboo and muslin combo, I usually think of something a little on the rougher side. But Saranoni’s Bamboo Muslin blankets are not rough at all, they are buttery soft and make perfect swaddles and blankies, especially the quilt!