SEWE Special: How to Go Wild with Animal Print Decor

February 18, 2015

Here in Charleston, we’re fresh from the invasion of the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, and we’re really feeling the call of the wild right now. Ever felt inspired to incorporate jungle-esque patterns into your home decor but didn’t know how? Here are a few examples of animal print decor we’ve used in our design to hopefully get your creative juices flowing. Go ahead, and go wild. In the first three photos below, notice we used the same Peter Fasano zebra print fabric in three different colors!

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In the Grey Widgeon home example below, we also incorporated Galbraith and Paul bird fabric on the decorative throw pillows.

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The term ‘animal print’ can often conjure images of gaudy leopard and cheetah designs too brazen for folks preferring more subtle surroundings. But we’ve found a way to balance your wild side with neutral shades like the lovely verde pattern on this chair.

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Here’s a close-up look at one of the beautiful bird patterns by Galbraith & Paul.

We also love this print by the same vendor:

You can even go really retro with Galbraith & Paul drapery panels. Here’s an example from their site:

What kind of animal print would you like to weave into your world?