Natural, European brown sheepskin. There are many uses for sheepskins - drape over a dining room chair, use as a couch throw, or lay on the floor as a cozy rug.
Approximate dimensions (ft.): 3-3½' L x 2-2½' W
Please note: Picture is a representation of the Brown Sheepskin collection, exact hide is not for purchase. Size, texture, and color hues may vary per sheepskin. In the checkout notes section, please inform us of special requests, such as shape, size or color.
Also see the classic sheepskin in White.
Need design inspiration? Read our blog post - 10 ways to use a sheepskin.
Sustainability: Cozy and comforting, our European hides are uniquely made in an eco-friendly and responsible manner. Byproducts of the meat industry, the sheep are raised for the sole purpose of food rather than hide harvesting. The hides are free of many harmful dyes, bleaches and chemicals typically used in the tanning process. Because of these natural practices, each hide is unique in its coloring, size, and wool structure. Just like us, no two sheep are the same.
Care: Comb and shake out sheepskin to revive & detangle. In case of stain, spot clean fur with warm water and a mild soap. Do not machine wash or submerge. Do not expose underside skin to water. Dry clean only.
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