Every house wins when you add alpaca to your interior. Anything made from soft alpaca wool can be the ultimate gift for your home. All you have to do is find the right spot and enjoy the Peruvian artistry and craftsmanship. Alpaca wool is ethically sourced in the Andean Highlands in Peru from the local partnerships we have built throughout the years. All fiber used comes from the alpaca farmers and is selected by the skilled Peruvian artisans. By purchasing from Inkari you actively support 50+ artisan families we work together closely with.
Alpaca wool blankets
All alpaca blankets are made in Peru with premium alpaca wool, merino wool and acrylic. This well-balanced blend of raw materials ensures the softness, warmth, and durability you know from alpaca wool and the environment it endures in the Andes. The exclusive designs of the alpaca blankets add an elegant aesthetic to each type of interior and can be used both indoors and outdoors. The designs are made to represent the elegant and luxurious nature of alpaca fiber, which you experience best when you are completely covered by soft alpaca wool.
The differences between an alpaca rug and blanket
The alpaca rug is exclusive at Inkari for a few reasons. You might recognize the shape of the alpaca rug from your average sheep wool rug you can get at your local IKEA. The concept is similar, our quality is transcendent. The fur of the alpaca is used to create an elegant, warm, and luxurious addition to your interior. Imagine a crackling fireplace in a Nordic log cabin, your loved one sitting next to you on a thick alpaca rug, enjoying each other's company with no cares in the world. You might not be able to build a Nordic log cabin in your backyard, but you can add an exclusive Alpaca Rug. Don't have space for a fireplace? We've got the solution for you that's even better! The softest alpaca throws and socks to cover your loved one for the warmth she deserves to experience. Alpaca wool is softer than cashmere and warmer than sheep's wool. It is water repellent (but don't spill your hot cocoa!).