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Animal Skins & Hides
Hides of Excellence Animal Skins & Hides are ethically sourced by-products, tanned under strict eco friendly guidelines & luxurious home accessories.
Icelandic Shorn Sheepskin Rug - Dyed Grey
AUD $209 AUD $209Size: 110cm x 60cm
This Hides of Excellence Icelandic Shorn Sheepskin Rug dyed grey, adds a depth of warmth and beauty to any room. There is nothing quite as comforting as a quality sheepskin draped over a chair or placed in front of a warm fire to curl up on as the weather turns cooler.
The texture of our luxurious shorn Icelandic sheepskin rugs adds warmth and glamour to any room, taking your interiors styling up a notch from simply nice to OMG divine. The beauty of this dyed grey hide is that it compliments any decor setting, from rustic to the ultra modern interior setting.
Style this elegant contemporary grey shorn sheepskin rug over a lounge, office chair, at the foot or end of your bed. It is such a versatile decor accessory you will be spoilt for choice with the options you find to use it in your home to add a chic cool factor to where-ever you place it.
All Hides of Excellence products, including this genuine Icelandic sheepskin rug, is an ethically sourced by product. Being a genuine hide no two are ever exactly the same shape. The treatment of the hide follows strict environmental tanning processes to ensure it is safe for you, your children, pets and anyone else it comes into contact with.
To enjoy this quality sheepskin rug we recommend you care it simply with gentle vacuuming, a damp wet cloth to the effected soiled area, and keeping out of direct sunlight. The UV rays can dry out the skin and effect the colour of the fleece. We do not recommend the use of any cleaning agents or chemicals.
Size: 110cm x 60cm
How To Care For This Hide
- Keep natural hair neat and tidy using a pet brush. Vacuum regularly
- Spot clean with damp cloth. Do not apply cleaning or chemical agents
- Allow to dry naturally in the shade
- Avoid direct sunlight as UV rays may cause the dyed colour to fade or discolour
- Colour transfer may occur on light fabrics
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