Many people live in houses that don’t really fit their lifestyle and hobbies. But some people miss no opportunity to give every corner of their home an interesting, colorful quality with the treasures they have collected over the years. Allowing your house to become a truly adventurous expression is one of the basic tenets of building a comfortable place. Yes, this is about decorating a house with animal skin (in this case reindeer). It really expresses who you are, the way you feel about life and much more. After all, nature is the true source to obtain the motivation for decorating task, and the house that is playfully composed of its elements encourages the inhabitants to continue in that same spirit.
Reindeer hides were once used to make clothes, linens and mostly restricted to personal items. Today, modern homes are more sophisticated than the past, where people are more creative when it comes to collectibles. They want to give the whole house a friendly feel with animal byproducts and not make it look like a hunter’s den. The reindeer skin that comes in various shapes, sizes and forms, such as rugs, comforters and mats, is made to match with the interior design of the house. Another most notable characteristic of reindeer skin is its color scheme. Some come as natural as they can be – the way they were discovered; others are processed to look bolder or subtle and interesting. Using these hides as a design accent in many elements of a room ties the whole room together.
One of the great benefits of creating style with reindeer hides is that they allow you the flexibility to move decor all around within the floor plan. A reindeer throws tossed on the couch, near the fireplace or on a comfortable chair adds definition and energy to the living room. Using a rug under the coffee table makes the rug a focal point, emphasizing the connection between modern and rustic lifestyle, and inviting your guests to come and explore the rest of the house.
Reindeer rugs and mats are designed especially for winter living. Although they are typically used as a decorative motif, we cannot forget that they serve a real function of keeping the house warm. The warmth and comfort they provide as comforters and throws is mostly underestimated. They really do maintain the temperature, even if we don’t always pay attention.
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