Patchwork Cowhide Rug: The Process

Beige patchwork cowhide rug by Shine Rugs

Patchwork Cowhide Rug: The Process

When we start a new leather area rug we always go through the process of first selecting the right hides for each rug, then cutting the patches, discarding the ones that we don’t like and keeping only the best parts of each hide.

We then move on to placing each individual patch next to the other to check for the perfect combination, and be able to change and play a bit with the tones and hues that the natural hide has to offer.

Beige patchwork cowhide rug by Shine Rugs
Brick Patchwork Cowhide Rug in the making

In this case, very soft and warm tones of beige and Charolais were mixed with soft creamy whites to get to the final result.

I love the way in which the Bricks Cowhide Rug gives you so many tones and variation. Even though it’s a beige rug -which may sound boring to some- it’s full of variants. And as the hair always reflects the light and colors around it, it will look different depending on its surroundings, the time of day, the lighting and even the weather outside!

Beige patchwork cowhide rug by Shine Rugs
Bricks Patchwork Cowhide Rug. The process is finished!

Detail of a beige patchwork cowhide rug by Shine Rugs

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