CHOOSE AUTHENTIC COWHIDE RUGS FROM ARTEMIS COLLECTIONSby Keemo John Best Services Provider
Looking for Organic Sheepskins rugs to add a touch of luxury and comfort to your home? Find out our variety of organic sheepskin rugs. Our sheepskins are all 100% accepted, giving you the finest quality and splendid smoothness. Glance through our full range of sheepskins today. We focus on rugs using real sheepskin in a sustainable way, as well as those using lambskin and goatskin. We as well are deeply inspired by the rich cultural heritage of our natural world’s wonders‘.
We at Artemis brand choose only the most talented small business to work with, using their expert knowledge and techniques to create versatile yet timeless pieces. The mass of our organic sheepskins piece can be valuable for those fascinated by pressure stimulation therapy via weighted blankets. The weight combined with the medicinal benefits of organic sheepskin makes this a great option for those in the hunt for some well-deserved relief.
The Artemis brand has flourished beyond pulling influences from their early life growing up in bohemian Brighton, where tie-dye, pheasant feathers, and lace maxi dresses were part of the everyday style sensibility. In part, it is an extension and evolution of that world without the hippy inclination, replacing it instead with a luxurious bohemian finish.
You can find different colors and designs for Cowhide Rugs at Artemis collections. Cowhide is very hard-wearing and can endure loads of foot traffic and the wear and tear that comes with pets and children. While you might think a faux cowhide rug would be more long-lasting, that is not the case. This is something you do not get from mass-produced rugs. When maintained well, a real cowhide rug can stay in beautiful shape for years to come and can become a treasure that you passed down in your family. Creating a rug from cowhide is true artisan work. A lot of time and love is put into each piece. This is something you do not get from mass-produced rugs.
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