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Everywhere you look, Mongolia Lamb Fur, or Tibetan Lamb Fur is everywhere. Faux fur is everywhere ( for those who don't like the real thing). There is no comparison to the real thing so far as looks and softness.
All colors are everywhere. I've tried to master them all!! Furniture, handbags, coats, where to we go from here? Stay tuned, there has to be something else.
I know I don't comment often, however there's some information that needs to be mentioned regarding caring for your Mongolian lamb fur items. You may have noticed that after a while your fur may seemed to have lost it's curl; (that is unless you rarely touch it!). The good news, is that you can get it back to looking fresh very easily.
All you need is a little water. Either with a spray bottle, or using your hands and a bowl. Simply wet the fur thoroughly and run your fingers thru it as you would your hair. Allow to air dry. After it dries the curl should be back. You can do this as often as necessary.
Note: Never put your long haired fur in the washing machine or dryer unless you like it straight and always use the delicate cycle and never spin!!
The most fun I've had with Mongolian Lamb Fur is making custom colors. I didn't realize how many shades of each color there is until I started dying it myself. I use acid dye where the acid is distilled vinegar so its completely harmless.
Imagine you can get fur in whatever color and shade you like! All that's needed is a swatch of something you'd like to match, or, a picture of something you want. These colors can be used on pillows, benches, ottomans, poufs, and chairs. So when you're visiting my store, the colors you see are not the end. There is a limitless variety!! So go ahead and have fun with color:)
All items at AVA Home & Design are individually made with care and the finest of fur. I got started making these as a result of finding faux fur pillows in a department store. They were cute but not the look and feel of elegance. I then decided to find out where I can purchase and make some for myself. After the company I was working for went out of business, making pillows just happened. Actually, it was all orchestrated by God. Everything just fell into place.
After attempts with different countries and vendors, I was made aware that there are different grades of fur. I learned to hard way that some shed really bad, probably due to storage and poor handling. Also, some have a very thin skin, that doesn't feel luxurious when touching or laying on it.
I also found that the fur actually gets softer with age!! Who knew!!
I'll be back with more of my journey later:)