Himalayan Goatskin Rug - Black
Himalayan Long Hair Goatskin Rug in black gives any space an instant touch of glamorous comfort. With the long, silky hair dyed in dramatic black, this rug is nothing short of a showstopper, and brings to mind old Hollywood starlets and classy Jazz-filled clubs. Drape a long hair goatskin rug over the settee or at the foot of your bed to instantly create a room that has a mysterious, romantic feeling. Approximate size 130cm x 100cm.
Hides of Excellence use natural, ethically sourced by-products. They aren't always exact, which means slight variations in size can occur, but we think that's a good thing: no two rugs will ever be alike, just like no two rooms will ever be alike. Allow the bespoke feel of these glamorous rugs to give your space something no one else has.
Himalayan long hair goatskin rugs are left in their natural shape, and Hides of Excellence ensures no harsh chemicals have been applied in their processing. It's perfectly safe to sink your feet into this rug, or to allow a baby, pet, or anyone else precious in your life to enjoy. In addition to feeling silky soft to the touch, long hair goatskin has a beautiful luster that isn't dulled by the addition of the black dye.
Natural goatskin rugs are easy to keep clean, despite their long hair. Use a pet brush to keep the hair from getting tangled or dull, and vacuum as needed in the direction of the fleece. Spot clean with a damp cloth. We don't recommend the use of any cleaning agents or chemicals. Allow your Himalayan long hair goatskin rug to dry in the shade after cleaning, and it will stay fresh and beautiful for many years to come. Keep the rug out of direct sunlight to prevent the beautiful dyed color from fading over time.
Size: 130cm x 100cm
- Keep natural hair neat and tidy using a pet brush. Vacuum regularly going with the direction of the fleece.
- Spot clean with damp cloth. Do not apply cleaning or chemical agents
- Allow to dry naturally in the shade
- Avoid direct sunlight as UV rays may cause the fade the colour
- Colour transfer may occur on light fabrics