Tutsi Cioccolato

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The Tutsi blanket is inspired by the fur of zebras. Animal skins have been a part of the clothing of human beings practically since time immemorial to protect them from the climate. The first cavemen already used the skins of the animals they hunted to clothe themselves and protect themselves from the cold. Later, as humans evolved, animal skins became a symbol of wealth and social status rather than a need for warmth. In various African societies, leopard skins, for example, had political, social and even religious value. Thus, African tribal chieftains wore animal skins to demonstrate their status as chiefs.

This African style home decor blanket in brown tones is discreet and cosy. It is the perfect complement to you and your home; its softness and lightness makes it the perfect blanket for relaxing on the sofa or in bed. 

The Tutsi blanket is available in four colour ranges to suit your home decor. 

Combine it with white and neutral tones for a warm and balanced décor or with clay or green tones for a more colourful touch. The brown colour conveys calm, so the Tutsi Cioccolato blanket is ideal for living rooms and bedrooms.

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