Sheepskin is everywhere. If you’ve got an eye for style, you’ve undoubtedly noticed the shaggy material in every decor blog and fashion-centric Instagram for the past few months — and it’s not going anywhere. Aside from a very chic look, one of the major upsides to sheepskin is its widespread affordability. Sheepskin rugs have been (and still are) being used for their natural softness and higher resistance to wear than many synthetic rugs. Sheepskin rugs can be dyed into several colors without losing their natural beauty and feel. White rugs made of sheepskin are popular in urban settings as well as southwest and country decorating.