ANIMAL INSTINCT.

Now when it comes to animal print, you can count on me 100% of the time to join the party. in fact, i could probably wear leopard everyday if i could get away with it. [ not that anyone is holding me back ]. So when it comes to animal print within your interior space, the sky is essentially the limit, it just comes down to how wild or tame you want to go. 

I've pulled together the chicest ways to hone in on your animal instincts from some of my favorite bloggers and designers. some in which you can DIY while others you may need to hunt for.

 A simple antelope print in this rich hue feels classic but edgy.

A simple antelope print in this rich hue feels classic but edgy.

hear me roar!

Obsessed with this savvy DIY rendition of Gucci's homeline from @cocokelley

 monochromatic and subtle enough yet as a headboard, this print popS!

monochromatic and subtle enough yet as a headboard, this print popS!

 avoid the dude ranch route of a cow hide by clashing a graphic print or look for a faux hide with gold. yes it's a real thing. 

avoid the dude ranch route of a cow hide by clashing a graphic print or look for a faux hide with gold. yes it's a real thing. 

'imma ssthnaakke'

This is one print I wish I saw a broader use of within interior spaces. 

 Leave it to Ms. wearstler to layer these wild ones together. go bold or go home!

Leave it to Ms. wearstler to layer these wild ones together. go bold or go home!

Wild-paper.

To avoid the cliche zebra print, follow my friend @laurencaron lead and use full zebras in wallpaper form\.

 be still my heart. this ever classic print in such a stunning silhouette will never go out of style. 

be still my heart. this ever classic print in such a stunning silhouette will never go out of style. 


SHOP THE LOOK.

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