If you want to add interest to a room but don't want to use traditional floor coverings, a hide rug should be on your list of possibilities. Hides, which were formerly only found in mountain lodges and on the sets of cowboy movies, are now widely available. They're a fantastic way to introduce texture and mild, neutral pattern into your decor, whether your style is modern, classic, or somewhere in between.

There are hide rugs to fit any style or color scheme. A zebra rug (don't worry, it's wool!) sets the tone for a glam boudoir or sitting area; cowhide warms up mid-century inspired spaces; and skins in speckled grey resemble reindeer for a Scandinavian touch. Hides are also ideal for bedrooms, dining rooms, living rooms, and high-traffic areas like the foyer because they're easy to clean with a simple shake outside. They also stack nicely on top of other carpets, making them ideal for a quick décor change. There's no need for chaps or spurs!


In this modern bohemian living area, an incredibly large brown cowhide rug looks wonderful placed under the coffee table. Real and imitation cowhide rugs are available, so you may get the style you want and have it manufactured the way
you want it.

When placed over another rug, a cowhide rug may be beautifully displayed. Jute and sisal rugs are excellent bases for cowhide rugs since they are neutral and affordable, allowing you to spend more on the cowhide rug of your dreams. This black and white cowhide rug is laid on top of a huge living room rug to establish a smaller conversation space, which we adore.

A totally white cowhide rug laid atop a dark textured woven rug is another layered style that makes a statement. The end effect is a stunning color and textural contrast that has a genuine wow impact.

You wouldn't think of putting a
cowhide rug in a glam living room, but this designer did, and it looks fantastic! A show-stopping combination of white cowhide placed on top of a classic rug with gold embellishments, an emerald green couch, and a vivid animal print chair.

You don't have to stick to simply
cowhides. To create an exotic sense, you might incorporate different animal skin rugs in your design (faux or genuine). This fake zebra skin rug adds a touch of luxury to this boho glam area, and it goes nicely with the light pink and navy blue.


Cowhide rugs are durable in high-traffic locations like the entryway, and their low pile allows the front door to effortlessly open and close over them. We've compiled a list of some of the best entrance cowhide rug options.


There are several ways to display your one-of-a-kind cowhide rug. A cowhide mosaic rug is a very unique design element. A geometric design is created by cutting a cowhide rug into squares or strips and then sewing them back together in a geometric pattern. As a consequence, the look is a great blend of elegance and masculinity

In this modern classic dining area, a cowhide rug provides comfort to the tile flooring as well as visual interest by choosing a unique-shaped rug rather than the conventional rectangular. Cowhide rugs are ideal for dining rooms because they are stain-resistant and have a low pile that makes it simple to move chairs around the table.


Cowhide rug designs for the bedroom should not be overlooked! When your toes touch the floor in the morning, these lovelies provide the ideal amount of warmth and softness. Place one at the foot of your bed to create a sitting area, or elsewhere in the room to provide warmth and flair.