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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.

  • Mongolian Sheepskin Rug - Eggplant

    Mongolian Sheepskin Rug - Eggplant

    WAS: AUD $154 AUD $121

    Size: Approx 60cm x 100cm.
     
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    Hides of Excellence Mongolian sheepskin rug in a rich eggplant tone brings your space a whole new feeling by combining chic style with luxurious comfort in a single dramatic statement piece. The soft natural fleece texture, with its luxurious crimp-like curl instantly brings to mind thoughts of opulence and comfort.

    Style this throw rug over a chair, at the foot of the bed, or drape over a chair to create a truly magical space.

    The dyed eggplant colouring of this ethically sourced by-product is rich in tone. At Hides of Excellence we ensure that only environmentally friendly dyes and chemicals free from harm are applied in the tanning process, so it is perfectly safe to use for a baby, pet, or anyone else precious in your life.

    Mongolian sheepskin has silky, wavy crimp locks of hair that trail over the sides of the throw. Throws are left in their organic shape, so you can experiment with the perfect draping technique to create a look that is somehow rustic while maintaining a feeling of glamour.

    Natural Mongolian sheepskin throws are easy to keep clean by shaking out regularly, and spot cleaning with a damp cloth. You do not need any cleaning agents or chemicals. Allow your sheepskin throw to dry in the shade after cleaning, and it will stay fresh and beautiful for many years to come. Keep the throw out of direct sunlight in order to prevent the color from fading over time.

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    How To Care For This Hide

    • Keep natural hair dust free with regular shaking
    • 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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