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Cow Skin Wallpaper Interior Design

Cow Skin Wallpaper Interior home Design

Natives Cowhide is an amazing, contemporary, textured, animal print wall covering showing a patchwork of faux cowhides using textured vinyl to achieve slightly raised animal hair effect. The result is a realistic looking cowhide that you just have to touch! Look at Natives Pony Skin for the plain coordinating wallpapers. A black-and-white cowhide provides a dose of exaggerated pattern in this high-contrast color scheme.

Inspiration for a contemporary home office and library with medium hardwood flooring, a freestanding desk and multi-colored walls. Traditional menswear fabrics like tweed and wool flannel pair especially well with perennial fall favorites like felt, leather and hide (real or faux) for a cultivated look. Furniture in modern shapes and quirky bookish wallpaper keep the space featured here from veering into hunting-lodge territory.

this is elitist wallpaper from France ... depending where you are, you can find a distributor in your country. i usually buy it from, but conversion to local dollars may not be preferable right now.

To fully appreciate a trellis pattern, choose one that combines a strong shade with crisp white. This striking wallpaper delivers maximum impact, energy and detail to this living space.

I don't think you need to add tongue in groove wood paneling in order to achieve a rustic look. This interior is rustic/modern with a few well placed wood beams, reclaimed or distressed wood furniture pieces, some whimsical cowhide, and touches of wrought iron in the lighting and table base. Search rustic interiors on houzz to get some helpful ideas.

The color palette throughout the house is carried through into the den. Plush golden throw pillows, an oversized ottoman and a silk rug make the perfect space to curl up after a long day. Summer Thornton Design.

“Lindsey has great taste and had some wonderful things. I found these X-benches in another room and said, ‘These are the perfect colors; we’re bringing them downstairs,’” Connor says of the cowhide-wrapped pieces, which serve as extra seating. The couple also already had the large brass mirror, which has a strong presence on the wall, adds antiqued metal and reflects the light from the windows across the room. 

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