Melody Bandwidth Throw
Melody Bandwidth Throw
Melody Bandwidth Throw
Melody Bandwidth Throw
Melody Bandwidth Throw
Melody Bandwidth Throw
Melody Bandwidth Throw
Melody Bandwidth Throw


Melody Bandwidth Throw

Regular price $111.00

Introducing Melody Bandwidth, a cozy addition perfect for any home. This throw takes sustainability to the next level and is both eco-friendly and luxurious and designed with craftsmanship and quality in mind. The soft texture wraps around you like a hug of warmth and comfort. Whether it be draped over the couch or laid at the end of your bed, you can be sure that this accessory will make your space look timelessly beautiful.

  • Made In South Africa
  • Sustainably and ethically made
  • Hypoallergenic, No toxic dyes or chemicals used...ever
  • Machine washable, pet and kid-friendly
  • Soft, warm perfect for outdoors and indoors
  • Size: 60in x 80in / 150cm x 200cm
  • Style: Throw / Bed Blanket
  • Materials: 100% super soft, warm, lightweight, and hypoallergenic microfiber.
  • Origin: Designed and woven in South Africa
Care Guide

    Melody Bandwidth Blanket Throw is fully machine washable. We recommend machine wash your blanket on a cool, gentle cycle and line-drying to preserve the fibers and color for full care guide check out our full care guide here

    Shipping Information

    Delivery time: 3-5 Days

    Please note, that we do not accept returns.Refer to our terms and conditions.

    Raw Material Cost

    10 %

    Artisan Wages

    10 %

    Producer Group Margin

    50 %

    Mission Margin

    *goes towards platform operations, order fulfillment, and building equity for the producer ecosystem.
    30 %
    Thula Tula, pronounced with a silent "H" are the words to a Lullaby African mothers sing to their children. Translated, Thula Tula means "hush-hush" baby. Thula Tula was started by Steve and his wife, Angela. It is inspired by their daughter Venice and her Grandmother, Sheila, who passed away from Cancer in September 2018. Thula Tula was born out of the desire to honor her life and give back to the people of Africa. The land where she was born, lived, and loved. They hope to do her proud.