***BRAND NEW COLOUR***
A rich yet muted grey-brown tone. Perfect for when brown is too brown, and grey just isn't enough. A bit of chameleon in colour, it can throw a little more brown or grey depending on the light, even a little purple.
Add some bohemian luxury and rich texture to your eclectic living space with these fine Australian lambskins. Our entire range of premium Australian sheepskins are thick and lush. Not only do they look great, but they feel great underfoot too. Or under-belly, if like me you choose to sprawl face down on yours! Made from high quality, pure Australian wool, they are warm in winter and cool in summer, great to sleep or lounge on year-round. Our four-legged friends love them too! The reverse is the natural suede hide.
Produced using EcoTanTM tanning techniques with the end results being products that are free of health-harming chemicals. Wool is soil-repellent and hard-wearing, safe for the home and environmentally friendly.
Throw over a chair in your office, bedroom, lounge, or bed. Layer with rugs and cushions for the full layered look.
Choose by length, note width of single and double varies from approximately 60-80 CM due to the natural shape.
- This is a dyed colour. Dyed sheepskins should be kept out of direct sunlight.
- 100% genuine Australian sheepskin
- Are available as single rugs. Custom sizes by request.
CARING FOR YOUR SHEEPSKIN
Any small spills may be spot-cleaned with a damp cloth. You can maintain the pile and lustre of your authentic sheepskin rug with a regular vigorous shake out and brush with a metal bristle carding brush (See Hardware & Accessories). This tool will help untangle the wool fibres which can get matted down over time and to remove any debris trapped in the pile. You may also wash with mild liquid hand soap or enzyme-free washing liquids. A brisk shake and brushing with a metal bristle carding brush both before and after washing will restore the original lustre of the rug. It is recommended to dry naturally in the shade. Avoid direct sunlight as UV rays may cause the dyed colour to fade and/or discolour.