Information about Auskin Sheepskin Longwool Double Pelt Runner
Closeouts. The luxuriously plush, ultrasoft and resilient sheepskin of Auskin's sheepskin longwool double pelt runner offers a brilliant way to soften up the textural look of a room or add a statement piece to liven up the decor.
Reviewed by Petal from Pgh Pa on Tuesday, October 2, 2012
I have a leather zero gravity chair, which is long like a lounge chair. The leather is nice, but cold in the winter and hot in the summer. I had been putting towels on it in an attempt to make it more comfortable until I saw this beautiful rug. I ordered steel and it's a beautiful medium grey color ...
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Reviewed by Occasional Purchaser from California on Thursday, November 21, 2013
I love the color, which was true to the online representation. The size was as described for the Double Pelt. I use it across the foot of my bed and like the look very much. It would be equally attractive as a runner beside the bed. I recommend this product to anyone interested.
Reviewed by wzl from slc, ut on Monday, October 7, 2013
Ordered this to go on my beige sofa. Beautiful rug. Unfortunately the wheat color was too bright. Reordered in chocolate, which was almost black, too dark. Ended up buying two pet pelts in brown and putting them together for the color I wanted. This a great product if the color is what you want.
Reviewed by able from CA on Wednesday, September 18, 2013
I can't believe I bought this sight unseen, but I actually really love it. It's soft and pretty and looks good wherever I put it. I'll use it for my massage table, which I use occasionally, and in the meantime it's a throw blanket against a brown sofa. Looks just great. One star off just for the edge of sheepskin without wool on it, and it's not that AMAZING mongolian lambs wool...
Reviewed by Aksal from Seattle, WA on Tuesday, September 17, 2013
This runner is being used on a reclining leather chair to add warmth and texture. It is as advertised, plush, soft and luxurious and perfect for this use. I would not want to place it on the floor as a rug though I realize that is its original purpose.
The following is from the Auskin web site. http://www.auskin.co.nz/care.asp|Small stains and light soiling can be spot cleaned with damp cloth and mild detergent. For more thorough cleaning dry cleaning is recommended for best results. Auskin natural sheepskins may be hand or machine washed in warm water (40C/104F) using a mild liquid detergent and a gentle washing cycle.
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