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How to Rock Cowhide in Any Decor

Think cowhide is just for ranches and rustic mountain lodges? Think again.



Think cowhide is just for ranches and rustic mountain lodges? Think again, because cowhide is actually a very versatile material that can work in all kinds of settings, from cozy cabins to modern retreats. Here are some tips for rocking cowhide in any home.

Choose simple white or neutral-colored furniture to make a cowhide piece pop, in a good way.‚Äč

Choose traditional black and white hide with sleek silver accents to seamlessly incorporate cowhide into a modern setting.

 

Use cowhide-upholstered bar stools or dining chairs to add pattern, texture and color to a white kitchen. 

If your home decor is more traditional, choose classic furniture frames made unique with cowhide upholstery. 

Want to get comfortable with cowhide before you commit to a large statement piece? Start small, with a subtle, functional accent piece, like a footstool or a mirror.  

Carole Rains is the founder and owner of Rustic Artistry, which offers furniture and home décor handmade by American artisans. View Rustic Artistry's profile or contact Carole at (908) 741-4317.

Content for this article provided by Rustic Artistry.

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