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Winter may be over, but there's still plenty of reason to cozy-up.
Yes, I know Vancouverites have a national reputation for being soft when it comes to dealing with any form of snowfall, but it’s still been a long winter here—and for the rest of the West, too. It means that come spring, I’m still eyeing up cozy blankets for cool evenings and afternoon naps, and Hudson’s Bay’s new Ice Point blanket on my sofa will nicely fit the bill. A modern update on the classic Point blanket for Canada’s 150th, the Ice Point features the classic stripes and points in plush cream on a pale marled grey backdrop—perfect for the modernist, neutral-loving sort in your life. From $170, available at Hudson’s Bay, thebay.com