Architect Bryce Gracey founded Black Sheep (White Light) after attempting to source a sheepskin for an interior design project. “I was attracted to these eclectic pelts and their large scale,” he says. “I really enjoy getting up each morning with one under my feet and thought others would, too.” This authentic sheepskin is a prized Gotland pelt, distinguished by the breed’s silky, lustrous, and naturally curly wool in grey tones ranging from pale silver to deepest charcoal. It makes for an exceptionally cozy—and washable—throw, rug, or bed covering.
Mix wool-specific detergent with warm water to produce foam; using foam only (do not soak or submerge sheepskin in water), work foam over pelt; pat dry with clean cloth; shake and leave to dry; comb when dry.
Approximately 35 inches x 28.5 inches
Due to their natural origins, no two sheepskins are alike. The one pictured may not represent the individual product you will receive. Variations in color and pattern should be expected.
The processing of this sheepskin conforms to strict EU directives concerning environmental preservation and protection—no chromium or bleaches were used in the tanning process.
All Black Sheep (White Light) pelts and hides are biodegradable and a byproduct of the meat industry.