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Wild - Animal Prints Done Oh So Right

We’ve seen it pass through fashion decades and implement itself into our interiors. If done correctly, animal print can be used as a neutral and a perfect starting point for a room or outfit.


A scarf is an easy way to insert a pop of leopard into your outfit

The boldness and contrast of the Zebra stands out infront of a softly patterned and bright wall.

Polka Dots and Leopard Spots. Why Not? looks great and rules are made to be broken.

a few punches of colour and pattern.

A stark room now has character with cowhide chairs.

Softer contrast makes this top very wearable

I love the blue on the chairs. They would just be floating in this white space if it weren't for this grounding zebra rug.

Another simple way to interest to an outfit. The blacks and greys are a nice change.

Black and White with a bold punch of Yellow

Neutral and Monochromatic- Elegant. Dark walls are such a perfect backdrop.

Love the unexpected mix of color; soft blue walls and the moss green throw cushions! The little coffee table adds sparkle and mirrors the zebra pattern. Lucite legs on that traditional chair are amazing.

Looks amazing when paired with simple, bold accessories.

Soft greens and minimal furnishings (love that little table for even more visual texture)

Too cute.

Orange and Leopard! I love how layered this look is, so rich.

More Orange and Leopard...

...and even more orange and leopard. I really love this combo! (Umm and the kelly green handbag is pretty fantastic too)



Photo sources:
AnimalprintInteriors, Atlantic-Pacific Blog, WeLoveIt, StyleSheve, MyStyleAdvise, ModernHomez, CreativeFashion, ElleDecor, VerandaMag, HomeDecorationsAndFurnishings, DecorPad

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