A Walk on the Wide Side

Animal prints have been big for a while now.  They seem to make an imprint, no pun intended, at some point every year, whether it be cheetah, zebra, giraffe, etc.  I have always been a fan of animal print; my favorite animal print is leopard.  And I love using them in many of the rooms I design.


Here I used a tiger print as the main fabric on the sofa in my clients living space.

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Snakeskin pattern on the turquoise and maroon pillows.


Kevin O'Brien Studios


In this client's home, I showcased a prized taxidermied piece on the fireplace wall, creating an interesting mantle.

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Metropolitan Home

Faux shagreen box set.

Made Goods

Here I selected a cheetah wall covering in a neutral/soft gold color and used accents of black for a dramatic pop.

Vining Design Associates



Athena Greek Key Stool

World's Away

I know this isn't technically animal print on an item, but I thought these faux animal heads were adorable in this nursery.

Frosted Petticoat via Pinterest


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I love elephants, and couldn't resist putting this in the post!

Scandinavian Retreat Blog


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Ralph Lauren Black Crocodile Photo

Ralph Lauren

Le Zebre Linen Print, BR-79168-08

Brunschwig & Fils

Via Splendid Sass Blog

Ogalalla, Night Sky

Robert Allen

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The use of animal print on the ottoman make the room look less formal.

The Decorista Blog

Designer Charles Spada's home

Veranda Magazine



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