Why a cowhide rug is a must for your child’s bedroom

Why a cowhide rug is a must for your child’s bedroom

When designing a child’s bedroom or playroom, it's easy to become engrossed in the different colour palettes available and all the decorations you can use to make sure it's a unique space for your child. However, it’s important that any decor pieces you choose are both durable and long-lasting. For this reason, we’re here to tell you why a cowhide rug must be on your list of items to include.

Numerous colours

With both natural and dyed colours to choose from, trust us when we say that you’ll be able to find a staple cowhide rug for your child’s bedroom. If they love pink, the Largo Rug Circulo is sure to be a popular choice. Alternatively, if you're going for a jungle or animal theme, take a look at the Optico Rug in Forest Green.

Range of sizes

Whether you’re converting a small office into a child's bedroom or are using a larger space, you can now get custom made cowhides. This way, you won’t have to worry about your cowhide rug being too small or too big.

Incredibly durable

With children, it’s very understandable and expected that a cowhide rug will be used to play on, snack on, lie down on and even have accidents on. But the good news is that cowhide rugs are incredibly versatile and durable, making them hassle-free to clean.

Guaranteed safety

With any room, and even more so for a children’s bedroom, you need to ensure that the material you introduce is safe. We're pleased to say that cowhide is known to be hypo-allergenic, so you won’t have to worry about triggering your child's allergies.

Increased flexibility

Did you know that a cowhide rug doesn’t necessarily have to be placed on the floor? You could place the material over a chair or even hang it up on a wall for decorative purposes. The texture and colour of the cowhide will help bring the space to life!

Whether you’re looking for a cowhide for your child’s bedroom or your own, browse our website at Art Hide for all your cowhide rugs today.

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