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A plush fur rug is like a love letter to your feet. It’ll give you a warm, cozy surface to enjoy on chilly mornings and late nights, and it’ll make your space look oh so inviting.
Save for the occasional sheepskin rug—which can be more challenging to care for—most fur rugs today are synthetic. Not only is this less cruel, but it is much more convenient for the homeowner.
These fluffy rugs are nowhere near as high maintenance as you might think, either. In fact, you can gently handwash most fur area rugs as you might a blanket, removing stains with cold water and detergent.
Common variations of style for faux fur rugs include:
The type of fur rug you’ll want for your home will largely depend on what you like. If your decor style is safari-themed, an animal print fur rug might be precisely what your den needs. On the other hand, if your decor style is more eclectic, maybe you prefer purple or pink fur rugs.
Though all evidence has deteriorated with time, historians suspect that the use of fur rugs may have begun several thousands of years ago.
The search for a method of preserving hides began around 8,000 BC. Once people were able to maintain furs, they were able to create fur rugs. They weren’t always the kinds of rugs we make today, however.
For example, one of history’s oldest surviving rugs is a 2,400-year-old cursed cat fur rug that was woven from cat fur fibers.
Regardless of how popular fur rugs were thousands of years ago, they’re certainly in style today. In a world where hygge is a popular lifestyle throughout the west, it’s hard to turn down the luxurious experience of owning a fur area rug.
If your home decor style is listed below, a faux fur rug might be an immediate fit:
Faux fur rugs can work well in other decor styles, too, but that’s up to your discretion.
When you’re decorating with a fur rug, try to place it in an area without much foot traffic. As luxurious as it feels to walk across a fur rug every time you go to the kitchen, this will quickly wear out the long fibers.
Fur rugs are particularly lovely to put your feet on every morning when you get out of bed.
Before you start browsing fur rugs, consider the color, shape, and size that you'll want your rug to have. Make sure to measure your space and enter in the correct dimensions in the search filters so you can find the perfect faux fur area rug for you.
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