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    What’s New Wednesday: Hide Rugs
    April 12, 2017 in What's New Wednesday | no comments

    Hide rugs are a great design element to anchor a room. They are available in a variety of colors and designs, and always offer a warm and cozy finish to a space. Not only do hide rugs offer aesthetic appeal, they also have become a popular design staple due to their durability and versatility. They are also virtually stain proof, which makes hides a natural selection for entryways or for active families with kids and pets.  In our store, we currently have gray, sand, beige, and zebra stenciled hides available. Take a look!

    The hide featured above is in a sand finish. The warm tones truly pop against our light upholstery. Try layering the hide over a jute rug for even more of a style statement. The sand-hued hide sells for $729.99. The size is 6.5′ x 7.5′.

    Our grey hide is our lightest hide available. The light grey will brighten your space and contrast against darker surfaces. It also has longer hair, which makes it softer and more luxurious. This XL light grey hide sells for $999.99. The size is 7.5′ x 9.5′.

    Our beige hide rug offers another unique finish. Its buttery tones can work with a variety of interiors. This hide sells for $659.99. The size is 8.5′ x 7.5′.

    Finally, our white hide with a zebra stencil adds more drama and polish to a natural hide. It sells for $899.99. The size is 6.5′ x 7.5′.

    Here is a close up of the stenciled hide.

    Stay tuned as later this week Heather will share her design tips on how you can incorporate hide rugs into your home.