Layering rugs means you don't have to get one giant one and you can mix and match styles. In this large living room, a colorblock rug fills up most of the floor space; an animal skin rug brings a rustic touch underneath a lounge chair.
This equestrian-themed living room area features a faux animal skin rug, a wide beige sofa with abundant throw pillows, two wood-and-leather armchairs, a glass coffee table, and a wagon-wheel chandelier.
Add depth and interest to an all-white room by layering different materials and textures. This one includes a marble fireplace, animal skin rug and a cozy, knitted throw. Wall color: Benjamin Moore Simply White OC-117
An accent wall with neutral patterned wallpaper adds a subtle graphic touch to this monochromatic master bedroom. The animal skin rug and charcoal-colored headboard create drama in the transitional space.
This midcentury modern living room features a large round mirror, a wagon wheel chandelier, a faux animal skin rug, two leather-and-wood armchairs, and a metal-and-glass coffee table with matching console table.
This open living room features a blend of Southwestern and midcentury modern elements and includes a metal-and-glass coffee table and matching console table, wood-and-leather armchairs, a wagon wheel chandelier, a faux animal skin rug, and a wide neutral sofa with Southwestern pillows.
The white and beige base of this stylish nursery gets bright color boosts from accessories like kid's books and a mobile. Soft textures (an animal skin rug, a knitted pouf) layer in interest that's fun for little hands to explore.
In this beautiful dining room, a peacefully neutral palette serves as a foundation on which to layer an eclectic mix of textures: exposed brick, felt pendant lights, whitewashed hardwood floors, gauzy curtains and an animal skin rug.