What's Trending: Snake Bitten

I firmly believe that every room can have a touch of animal print.  Animal print is a great way to add a little oomph to a space.  Awhile back I posted on leopard print (here), and we are starting off this new year with a bite, a snake bite that is.  While at High Point in October, many vendors had new introduction pieces in snakeskin print.


Snakeskin print provides interest in a subtle way or bold way.  I especially love the visual texture snakeskin print can add to a space.  Now there are many different textures that snakeskin print is offered, velvets, linens, leather, etc.  I love that there are options to apply snakeskin on your walls as well, through wallcoverings and tile.  Are you a fan of snakeskin?


Below is a snakeskin tray in Irene's, of Design Stiles blog, home.

Design Stiles

151 Ottoman from Pearson.


An accent wall faced with porcelain tile embossed snakeskin pattern.

Home & Stone via


This is a great snakeskin rug, from Martin Patrick Evan, that makes a statement, recently featured in California Home and Design.

Martin Patrick Evan

Snakeskin fabric covering the upholstered chairs flanking the console table in this hallway, designed by SGH Design.

SGH Designs Inc via

Kevin O'Brien Studios

Another snakeskin fabric on the ottoman at the bottom of this image, designed by Tiffany Eastman Interiors.

Tiffany Eastman Interiors via

Aniche boxes from Made Goods.

Made Goods

Black and white snakeskin wallcovering in this powder room is sophisticated and elegant, designed by Tiffany Eastman Interiors.

Tiffany Eastman Interiors via



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