13 Animal Print Home Decor Ideas
Get wild with tiger, cheetah and zebra prints.
Animal print is no stranger to the design industry whether it be zebra, tiger, cheetah or even antelope prints. The adventurous designs add a unique yet wonderful style to your interiors. Whether in a modern or even traditional setting, animal print can jazz up an otherwise bland space.
Here we explore the different ways to incorporate the courageous print into your home decor.
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The Sebastian chair from Bunny Williams Home features a comfortable saddle seat and chamfered legs, suitable for a desk or dining. The leopard print upholstery is finished with a ribbon trim. $2,350, available through Trovare Home Design.
Scalamandré’s legendary pattern Zebras now has a friend— Leaping Cheetahs. Pouncing and frolicking, the magestic creatures are digitally printed on a rich Clementine field. Price upon request, available here.
ANIMALS AND FLORA AND FAUNA, OH MY
A new collection for the Vale London—World’s End —includes Mighty Jungle in Midnight, a folkloric pattern depicting the animals, flora and fauna of the Central American rainforest. Available printed on textured paper or cotton fabric in four vibrant colors. Price upon request, available through Fabricut.
FAUX AND BOLD
Wallcovering from the Mémoires collection from Élitis replicates the panther’s spots in a dramatic block arrangement. The washable wallcovering is digitally printed on vinyl on a paper ground.
Travel to the Savannahs of Africa without leaving your home—set the table with Zebra placemats from Joanna Buchanan. Artisans in India hand sew the beading, lending glitter and glam to this graphic print. $128, available through Hoagland’s of Greenwich.
One of Stark Carpets most iconic patterns, Antilocarpa, mimics the pattern of an Antelope hide. This popular print is timeless, but when you are ready to be a little daring, opt for the dramatic Azure colorway. Price upon request, available here.
Hailing from the Orley Shabahang Animal collection, the Leopard rug is handknotted in the brand’s signature Meyghan weave in hand-spun Persian wool, colored with organic vegetable dyes. $11,725, available here.
SHOW YOUR STRIPES
Lee Jofa’s Dinisen fabric from the Merkato collection is made in Italy of linen and cotton. The eye-catching Zebra pattern appears that much bolder in the Ruby colorway, but equally striking in Emerald, Lapis, Desert, Dove or Smoke. Price upon request, available here.
ANIMAL PRINT BORDERS
Go a little wild with Samuel & Sons’ Menagerie linen and canvas border, perfect for trimming upholstery, window treatments or pillows. The leopard pattern is embroidered in wool and accented with lustrous yarns. Colors include Emerald, shown here, Lapis and Onyx. Price upon request, available here.