I’m a little bit addicted to faux fur throws. I have one on my sofa all-year round. I know; even in summer. There’s just something so lush and lovely about the textural vibes that fur brings to a space.
I’ve been styling lots of faux fur cushions over the last year as well, and I’ve become hooked on those too. So in the interest of sharing the love, I thought it best I unveil my fave brands to get fur from.
It’s wise to point out, of course, that there’s real fur and faux fur on offer here. And I’m very aware that real fur always raises a few moral issues for people. Rest assured though, the real fur I’m going to show you today is sourced ethically. I do want to make that clear before we delve further.
And on that note, lemme show you the best places to get real and faux fur throws, cushions and other products from locally. Bring on the cosiness!
Faux Fur from Lorraine Lea is my Fave
When it comes to faux fur throws, cushions and rugs, you can’t go past local brand Lorraine Lea.
I’ve been working with their fur-covered soft furnishings the past few years as part of my style partnership with them. And let me assure you, they’re all truly glorious.
What’s so divine about their faux fur products is the colour range on offer. Of course, there’s the neutral tones. Gorgeous brown and grey shades that evoke a sense of softness and sumptuousness (as seen above).
But then you also have the faux fur in bolder tones like prune, indigo, mint and blush. A little something for everyone, and options for colour lovers and fans of muted spaces.
You can Mix & Match the Colours too
One of my fave things to do is mix and match Lorraine Lea’s faux fur throws and cushions together against a neutral backdrop, as seen in this recent post. It makes for a really bold colour statement in an otherwise subdued space. And there’s nothing I love more than a pop of colour.
Seen directly above is their beautiful Harper faux fur throw in blush. You can explore all the colours in the collection here.
Fur Products from Hides of Excellence
If you’re looking for a real fur option, then Hides of Excellence has you covered.
The team are dedicated to ethically sourcing fur and hide products from around the world. And as you can see from the photo above, the range is glorious.
The collection includes sheep, deer and goats skin, plus cow and reindeer hides. And the products include throws, cushions, rugs, pouffes and beanbags.
I’ve sourced products from the team before on one of my interior design projects, and I love that they have a made to measure service if you need a custom rug size.
They also ship their fur products worldwide. So if you’re outside of Australia, you’re in luck!
Click here to explore the Hides of Excellence website.
The Faux Fur Mood Board
Eager to shop some of the faux fur throws, cushions, beanbags and hot water bottle holders from the board above? Simply click on the links below to hit the retailer website and snap them up!
Links will go from left to right per row.
- Reindeer Faux Fur Throw, $25 – Click to Shop
- Faux Fur Siberian Wolf Cushion, $105 – Click to Shop
- Feather Faux Fur Cushion, $20 – Click to Shop
- Tibetan Sheepskin Rug in Arctic Sunrise, $260 – Click to Shop
- Faux Fur Floor Rug, $29 – Click to Shop
- Kingston Faux Fur Cushion in Ash Blue, $27.99 – Click to Shop
- Mongolian Lamb hair Pillow, $420 – Click to Shop
- Icelandic Sheepskin Rug in Copper, $164.95 – Click to Shop
- Reindeer Hide, $505 – Click to Shop
- Faux Fur Accent Stool, $299 – Click to Shop
- Chinchilla Hot Water Bottle, $103 – Click to Shop
- Pelage Bean Bag Cover, $159 – Click to Shop
Where are your Faux Fur Throws, Cushions and Rugs from?
Are you as obsessed with fur products as I am? I’d love to know if you’ve scored an awesome fur throw or cushion from a brand I’ve not mentioned here. It would be amazing if you could drop a comment below and let me know where you got it from. I can add it to the list and share it with other readers!