Decorating with Sheepskin

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There are plenty of factors to consider when incorporating a luxurious natural material such as sheepskin. Genuine Sheepskin can add such different elements into a space that draws a person’s eye to the texture, feel, and color of the pelt. A room is a multi sensory experience, so it should stimulate visually and textually.

Texture and lines

texture and lines

The textures of a natural sheepskin pelt can extenuate the look of a hard surface area like wood or marble counter tops. Sheepskin can soften a hard, almost, clinical looking room and transform it into a soft and welcoming environment. This natural material works well contrasting the harshness of age with another material like wood flooring or exposed piping. Our Sheepskin Area Rug in Dover Grey would contrast perfectly with distressed wood and is a great alternative to a warm tone.

Single Ivory Sheepskin Pelt

Single Ivory Sheepskin Pelt

The color of a sheepskin hide can ignite visual energy that will contribute to a room. If you plan on choosing a color pallet with a lot of neutrals, then incorporating sheepskin with some color will give the room more dimension and balance. For instance, placing colourful accents in a neutral toned space incorporates dimensions and variety visually. Our Sheepskin Rugs are a perfect example of how one can easily add color to a neutral pallet space. These luxurious rugs are offered in rich colors such as fiord blue, floss pink, and meadow green. Adding accent colors also give one the opportunity to experiment with bold colors that others usually would shy away from.

Candy Floss Pink Sheepskin Rug

Candy Floss Pink Sheepskin Rug

Adding layers such as sheepskin rugs in a neutral pallet room ensures that the space will not seem flat and bland, as well as soften any hard lines that a room may have. In addition to the texture, shiny objects are a great contrast to the soft and natural look of fur.

Single Sheepskin Rugs

Single Sheepskin Rugs