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It’s not easy to reinvent a classic. Yet that’s exactly what the Spicewood-based Kyle Bunting did in 2001, when he put ribbons of black cowhide together in a herringbone pattern to create a rug that was geometric and chic, the antithesis of the earthy, amorphous cowhide rugs everyone was familiar with.
Bunting often collaborates with notable designers like Philippe Starck and Jan Showers, but his work still echoes that original rug: pieces of hide in sophisticated, often intricate patterns. And every creation is undeniably elegant — not bad for a material usually associated with cowboys and dusty ranches.Visit Site