Cowhide Rug

There are many attractions to cowhide as a part of a room’s décor. First and foremost, they have a blend of colors that is so natural, so they can fit in multiple types of rooms. This situation is true because each cowhide rug possesses a unique design. Cowhide is like fingerprints to humans. There are so many differences to each one, and they all serve a purpose. Another bonus is how easily cleaned cowhide can be. It has natural fibers for fighting dust collection, and the tanning process it goes through preserves the hide perfectly to prevent other allergens from emerging. They also do not attract bacteria, despite the gentle oils they contain.

Reindeer Hide Rugs

Reindeer hide rugs are very similar to deer hide rugs in many ways. They are elegant and luxurious to the touch. They are very thick to the touch, but they are as tough as cowhide because of the natural way the fibers and hairs lay. While this hide dries out a little bit easier than cowhide, which can be remedied by treating the hide with a little mist from a water bottle. It will prevent hair breakfast and over-drying, just like with human hair needing to be cared for in much the same way. The key here is not to soak the hide. Just to give it a fine misting. Due to this drying, reindeer rugs need to be kept as far away from direct heat sources like underfloor heating and fireplaces as much as possible. This will decrease shedding in the long run, too.

Sheepskin Rugs

This style of rug is taking on a new popularity unlike it has seen before. These rugs are timeless classics for a reason: they are so soft and luxurious to the touch. They are great for warming toes or cuddling up with on a soda. They are practical, more so than with other rugs, because they are machine washable. Doing this with other rugs would serve to ruin them. Not with these rugs, though. They come in a wide variety of colors, so like the cowhide, there is a design just for your room’s décor.