The latest in natural and dyed cow hide products from NSW Leather.
September 8th, 2009
NSW Leather offers an extensive range of diverse natural, coloured and printed cow hides, with short, medium and longhaired rugs.
With varying degrees of lustre and shine, the range of hides are perfect as large rugs and wall panelling as well as for furniture, recently being used in such high-profile projects as the APRA (Australian Prudential Regulation Authority) fit out, where a Mokka/Spiga Techno Coloured patchwork rug was used, and the new Red Bull offices, where the Van Gogh Red on Black patchwork rug was used.
The range includes natural colours such as Black and White, Brown and White, Tri-Colour, Solid Black, White Bellies, Dark, Medium and Light Exotic. However, the Techno Coloured rugs also offer a punch of colour, being specially dyed using friendly mineral dyes, and are natural, mellow and silky to the touch.
These luxurious rugs can be utilised to add interest to floors and walls as well as many applications in furniture design. Techno Coloured rugs have been specified in the amazing Fraser Motorcycles fit out and the new Penrith Panthers club project, where they were used for wall panelling.
The average size of the regular rugs range from 3.2m2 to 3.9m2 and the large average from 4.0m2 to 5.0m2, while Techno Colour rugs vary in size from approx. 4.5m2 to 5.5m2 and are available in many colours.
NSW Leather also has a great selection of cushions and locally made bags, available in natural black and white and brown and white.
All these beautiful, natural products are easy to maintain, extremely durable and hypo-allergenic.
NSW Leather is open Monday to Friday 8am to 4:30pm and welcome a visit to their warehouse to view their products.’¨
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