7 stylish draught excluders to keep your home super cosy

If you're investing in a draught excluder, then we've got the top 7 buys to keep things both stylish and warm

Best draught excluders
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If you are looking for a draught excluder to keep that all-important warmth within your home, but don't want to compromise on how your space looks, then we've got all the top picks for you right here. With excluders from names like John Lewis, Dunelm and more, you can be sure that you'll be saving on your heating bills and no longer feeling a chill in style. 

From more subtle options that would suit any style of decor, to festive treats that will spruce up your entryway, we love these draught excluders as an addition to the home. If you're still feeling the cold, then why not also check out our guide to the best electric blankets, to keep you snug through the cold winter nights. 


The best draught excluders

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1. John Lewis & Partners Grey Stripe Draught Excluder

A subtle draught excluder for keeping the cold out

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Practical
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Hard wearing

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Neutral coloured

This lovely draught excluder is nice and subtle, should you want something that your guests may not even notice. And for under £30, you won't have to break the bank to secure one for your living space. This excluder also comes with a handy real leather strap, for easy maneuvering in your home.

Best draught excluders: Image of grey Gonk draught excluder

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2. Gonk Draught Excluder

The best festive draught excluder

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Available in pink or grey 
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Super festive 

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Gonks might not be for everyone

This draught excluder is sooooo cute! This is the stuff of Stacey Solomon's dreams (someone @ her!) and it will definitely make your home feel more festive. Who says it's just for Christmas? We'd happily have these cuties (Norms) protecting us from draughts year-round. 

This is a quirky take on an accessory that can feel a little joyless, with a practical design and a guarantee to keep your rooms cosier. Snap up these adorable little Gonks with festive hats for your space.

Best draught excluders: Image of Graham and Greene beige draught excluder

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3. Graham and Green Grove Draught Excluder

A luxury draft excluder made from velvet and linen

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Available in five different colours
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Luxury feel

Reasons to avoid

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On the more expensive side 

We love these draught excluders with a luxurious edge - they have a velvet front and a linen back, making them practical and pretty. Plus, you can choose from either a blush, grey, teal, yellow or striped linen design, so there's bound to be a colour to suit your décor. The delicate design of these excluders is bound to keep you feeling cosier when you need it, and would even make a lovely gift this Christmas.

Best draught excluder: Image of teddy draught excluder

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4. Dunelm Teddy Bear Ochre Draught Excluder

With a fleecey design, this stylish draught excluder is both practical and pretty

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Perfect for keeping the cold out
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An added layer of fleecey warmth

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Teddy bear fleece might not suit everyone

Available in taupe and charcoal, this draught excluder comes in mustard or charcoal grey, and it's fleeced for extra cosiness. Not just that but it's ultra soft, too. At just £10, this fleeced draught excluder is affordable enough for you to get more than one, and really trap the warmth within your home. Reviews also say this excluder is nice and lightweight, making it easy to shift away from your doors when you need to make a cup of tea. 

Best draughter excluder: Image of plain draught excluder from Amazon

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5. Comfy Nights Plain Dyed Fabric Draught Excluder

The best plain draught excluder

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Range of colours
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Super affordable
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No fuss

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Not as high quality as other options

Pick from eight different colours when it comes to these plain draught excluders from Amazon for added choice. Match it to your fave sofa or wallpaper, and pick up spares at a bargain price of just £8.89. These excluders also come with a hook for easy storage, making them the ultimate affordable purchase for warming up your home this winter. 

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6. Emma Bridgewater Wild Mushrooms Linen Draught Excluder

With a unique design, this draught excluder will inject some colour into your home

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High quality 
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Standout print

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Pricey 

This draught excluder from Emma Bridgewater offers something a little different, with a lovely wild mushroom print to jazz up your space. As it's Emma Bridgewater, you can guarantee this purchase will be ultra high-quality, and get the job done while adding an eye-catching print to your home.

Best draft excluders: Image of Nicola Spring draught excluder

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7. Nicola Spring Door Draught Excluders

This draught excluder has handy hooks

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Attach to your doors for ease of use
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Comes in a pack of two

Reasons to avoid

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None that we can see

If you love a life hack that makes your life easier then this draft excluder from Nicola Spring is perfect for you. Fitted with hanging loops on either side, this excluder can be attached to your door, so you never have to shuffle it out of the way as you leave or enter the room. Even better, these excluders come in packs of two, so you can insulate your rooms even more efficiently. 


Molly Cleary
Molly Cleary

Molly is the Ecommerce Writer for RealHomes and spends her time searching the internet for the next best thing for your home. With previous experience within the Home section of TopTenReviews, another Future site, writing about everything from ride-on lawnmowers to robot hoovers, she has knowledge of all of those niche areas of your home and garden that you might need a new purchase for. Shopping and buying content are now her biggest area of focus, with an emphasis on cleaning products and home gym equipment. 



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