Cowhide rug made out of vintage carpet


11 Responses to “Cowhide rug made out of vintage carpet”

  1. Thorzdad says:

    Y’know…if these rugs didn’t come with the “cowhide” reference already attached, I don’t think I would have made the connection. They look more like someone “spilled” a rug on the floor.

  2. carla_hedges says:

    Nice one! I want to suggest a great website about decor and home design. There are really low prices cowhides and accesories. Also gives tips about how to clean and care Cowhide Rugs, Calf Hides and Skins

  3. Yankadian says:

    @#8 Then I must ask why one would pay $600 for a carpet remnant.

  4. Yankadian says:

    That’s just a shame. It’s like making wine cooler from 1973 Stag’s Leap Cab. Stupid.

  5. Eduardo Padoan says:

    Ceci n’est pas une peau de vache.

  6. Takuan says:

    maybe the edges were burnt off

  7. Yankadian says:


    Mais heursement, une pipe c’est past toujous une pipe!

  8. Pipenta says:

    Vintage carpets are necessarily so great. And this rug is at least witty.

  9. Antinous says:

    It’s like making wine cooler from 1973 Stag’s Leap Cab.

    It’s not cut from a hand-knotted tribal rug. Axminster is just quality woven carpet, and vintage could mean anything. I’m guessing that these are factory remnants or unworn sections of old carpet from hotels or theaters. That pattern certainly looks like a hotel lobby.

  10. constantskeptic says:

    hmmmm. not impressed somehow.

  11. Jeff says:

    Oh, that is so handsome.

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