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    Why you should buy a real cowhide not faux cowhide?

    Why you should buy a real cowhide not faux cowhide?

    Faux cowhide nowadays are getting people's attention for its low cost . But real cowhide is still the first choice for people who really knows about cowhide and its value.  

    Real cowhide rugs come in a variety of colors, patterns, and sizes, and they can add texture, warmth, and a touch of natural beauty to any space. Whether you choose a classic black and white pattern or a more vibrant and colorful design, a cowhide rug is a versatile and stylish choice for your home.

    Here are some of the reasons why real cowhide may be considered better than faux cowhide:

    1. Durability: Real cowhide is a naturally tough and durable material that can withstand heavy foot traffic and wear and tear. Faux cowhide, on the other hand, is not as durable and may show signs of wear and tear over time.

    2. Beauty of natural : Real cowhide has a unique, natural beauty that is difficult to replicate with synthetic materials. Each hide is one-of-a-kind, and the variations in color and pattern add character and warmth to a room.

    3. Comfort: Cowhide is a soft and comfortable material that feels good underfoot. It adds a cozy, inviting touch to any room.

    Real cowhide is a good investment and brings luxury into your interior decoration, lighten up your home with Rodeo cowhide today! We have large selections of cowhide in pattern, sizes , colors as well as cowhide made of accessories. 




    Im so in Love with My Cowhide Rug!

    Im so in Love with My Cowhide Rug!

    These cowhide rugs come in a variety of colors,  sizes, and patterns, but one quality found in all of them is their warmth and sense of wholesomeness. Much like my childhood, they instantly make me feel like I am being brought back home, to the same place where I first came in contact and fell in love with nature.

    For example, the captivating caramel blend of brindle cowhides. The deep shades of brown which are ensured by its phenomenal quality and feel are some of which can only be put on display by grasping what it truly means to understand the elements of western culture and the embrace of Mother Nature behind it. By exploring the tastes of others; whether they are the opinions of those around the world, in our local community, or even our neighbors is how we nitpick what it is exactly that people find alluring about cowhide skins as a collective.

    Above all else, there is no environment that should not be ornamentally suitable, or unwelcoming of cow skins. Living rooms, porches, or even bathrooms! These graceful pelts of nature should be capable of shaping any environment into one that welcomes the soft-touch and beautiful visual appeal of a cowhide rug. That being said, none other than those at Rodeo understand what it truly means to harbor the prized aesthetic of the Westerner, and to cherish a sense of fine taste.

    Fun Cowhide Projects for Your Home

    Fun Cowhide Projects for Your Home

        Cowhide is all the rage these days, and why not? It's beautiful, fun, and adds a bit of Old-West chic to your home decor. While most folks incorporate cowhide in the form of rugs and throw pillows, there are endless clever ways to use cowhide in your home. All you need are a few scraps of cowhide leather, a few simple supplies that you probably have on hand, and a little free time to make them happen. Here, then, are three cowhide projects you can make to bring some western Wow! into your rooms.

    1.   Cowhide Coasters

    Cowhide coasters are a fun way to protect your fine furniture from unsightly rings. Find or draw a small cowhide rug template, or choose a shape like circles or squares for your coasters. Trace the template onto the back of your cowhide, and use sharp scissors to cut it out.  Glue the cowhide to a square of cork. When it's dry, use a sharp X-Acto knife to trim the cork so it's the same shape as the cowhide. Voila!


    1. Cowhide Light Switch Plates

    Covering your light switch plates in cowhide is a subtle way to add some quirky Western flair to your favorite room. Trace the light switch plate onto the back of the cowhide, and cut it out. Use an X-Acto knife or very sharp scissors to clip out the opening for the switch, and use a hole puncher to make holes for the screws. Hot glue the cover onto the plastic plate, let it cool and install it. 


    1. Transform an Old Dresser

    Use upholstery tacks to attach cowhide to the fronts of the drawers on a thrift-store dresser for a dramatic touch that'll have your friends talking about how clever you are behind your back. Carefully cut the cowhide to the right shape, and punch or cut holes where the drawer pulls will attach. Use glue and upholstery tacks to affix them into place on the drawers. 


    You don't have to limit your cowhide to coasters, switch plates, and dresser drawers, of course. Cowhide can be used in countless ways to "beef" up your home decor. Consider covering lamp shades, picture or mirror frames, your bed frame, a footstool, ottoman, or your dining chairs in cowhide. You can use it to make a table runner, a wall hanging, or a welcome mat. The possibilities are endless--all you need is some cowhide and your brilliant imagination to create all manner of eye-catching art pieces and accessories for your home.


    Enjoy a Greener and More Beautiful Home Interior with Our New Line of RODEO® Eco Rugs

    Enjoy a Greener and More Beautiful Home Interior with Our New Line of RODEO® Eco Rugs

    Whether you are looking for a unique piece of interior design, a kid-friendly addition to the nursery or a soft fur rug for the den, you cannot go wrong with our new line of environmentally friendly RODEO® eco rugs. These all natural rugs use only the best hides, but it is the unique tanning process that really sets them apart from the competition.

    If you have tried to incorporate cowhide rugs into your home decorating scheme before, you may have been disappointed by the lack of quality, the heavy chemical smell and the lingering aroma in your home. That is because those hides were tanned the old way, with chromium, which is widely used in hides tanneries all over the world, 99% of hides you see in the market, they are tanned with chromium. 

    Quality Hides - A Superior Tanning Process

    Our RODEO® eco rugs are much different. Where other manufacturers tan their hides using chromin, RODEO® fur rugs and natural cowhides are tanned using natural vegetable extract instead of chromium. That vegetable extract produces an environmentally friendly rug that is soft to the touch, durable for hard play and safe for children, pets and even the baby in the nursery. They are all natural extracts create a natural variance and a stunning color, so each cowhide is as unique as it is beautiful, and no chemical smells. 

    The new line of RODEO® eco rugs are also wrinkle free, so you can lift, them, move them and vacuum them without a hitch. Whether you pick up a RODEO® rug for every room in your home or move your existing rug from the nursery to the den, you will have an interior design component you will be proud to show off.

    Unlike traditionally tanned cowhides, those are note well tanned can be as stiff as cardboard, our RODEO® eco rugs are soft, pliable and made to last. RODEO® uses only the best quality hides, building durability into every rug they make. When you buy one of these affordably priced RODEO® eco rugs, you will have a piece of interior design that will last for many years to come. You can even dry clean these unique naturally tanned and eco friendly cowhides. Regular vacuuming and an occasional dry cleaning is all they need to stay looking -- and feeling - great.


    Safe For Infants and Pets

    If you have children and pets, you need to be careful when it comes to home decorating. Even the most innocuous interior design elements can be full of harmful preservatives and dangerous ingredients, so it is important to shop with care.

    We know that safety always comes first. Our exclusive line of vegetable tanned hides and soft luxurious rugs are designed with the whole family in mind. From babies crawling around the nursery to cats and dogs lounging by the fire, every member of the family is sure to love these wonderful eco rugs.

    No matter where you live or what kind of home decorating you prefer, this new line of RODEO® eco rugs is sure to please. Pick up a few for every room in your home, and get ready to enjoy luxury, softness and a more environmentally friendly future.


    How to remove creases from your Cowhide Rug

    How to remove creases from your Cowhide Rug

    Customers always email us asking: " Hi, I received my cowhide rug, and it is beautiful! But how can I remove the creases?"

    The most common way is to lay your cowhide rug flat on the floor. With time, the creases will go away. Putting some heavy furniture or heavy books on the rug will also help. 

    Today we are going to share a little trick with you! 

    Here is what you will need:

    • A towel 
    • Water
    • Iron 

    Dampen the towel, but make sure it's not too wet to where it's dripping water. Put the wet towel on the back side of the cowhide. Cowhides does not like to be soaked in water - the water will damage the leather, so make sure that you DO NOT wet too much of the towel. 

    Place the towel on the back of the cowhide (the suede side), making sure it covers the creases you are going to remove.

    Now you are halfway there! Put the iron on low heat and gently iron over the towel. Make sure it's not on high heat, because it will damage the leather. 

    Congratulations! Now you know how to remove the creases on your cowhide rug! Lay your cowhide rug on the floor upside down (the hairy part should be down on the floor). When the rug is completely cool down, flip it over. Now your new cowhide rug is in perfect shape! 

    Be aware that we do not recommend the iron procedure unless it's absolutely necessary to remove the creases. If you do choose to proceed, DO NOT do it too often.

    Make sure that iron is set to low heat. Cowhide rugs are authentic leather - they should not be exposed to extreme heat. 

    Enjoy your new Rodeo Cowhide Rug!