Sheepskin in the Dining Room

Gone are the days of typical dining room decor–you know those boring cotton table runners and Plain Jane upholstered kitchen chairs. For quite some time now the use of sheepskin rugs as living room and bedroom decor has been loved by countless design fanatics. But now the use of sheepskin in the dining room is on the verge.

For a simple and safe way to add a touch of sheepskin into your dining room decorating, add a Custom Sheepskin Area Rug centered under your table and chairs. It’ll add a dash of chic to your set-up without be too bold. If you’re not sure how to fit a Sheepskin Area Rug to your space, check out our Buying Guide on How To Buy A Sheepskin Rug.

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Throwing sheepskin over your table’s bench will add a lot of comfort. Having the extra coziness and warmth will be especially nice for guests while you’re entertaining this winter. Depending on the design you’re going for and the size of your bench, try using multiple Single Pelt Sheepskin Rugs or just one Double Sheepskin Rug.

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One of the most favored ways of using sheepskin to decorate is to drape it over a chair to add comfort and a fun design element. Who says you can’t incorporate this fad at your dinner table? Single Pelt Sheepskin Rugs would be the best size for this since they are the smallest, yet still big enough to keep you comfy.

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But if you’re looking for an out-of-the-box way to incorporate sheepskin in your Dining Room, add some flare by using a Single Pelt Sheepskin Rugs or Double Sheepskin Rug as a table runner. Using the sheepskin as a table runner will also open up opportunity to play around with some funky accent ideas.

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Incorporating a Sheepskin Rug into your Dining Room will definitely give your space a fun and unique look.