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Animal prints on the walls and in the interior

Animal prints in the interior are perhaps one of those decor options that will never go out of style. Animal prints look elegant and can be harmoniously integrated into various interior styles, whether it be rustic, modern, sophisticated, feminine or art deco style. However, you should be very careful when using animal prints in interior design, because if you go too far with a bright pattern, you can get tired of it very quickly. We do not think that your plans include redoing repairs in just a couple of months after its completion. In this article, we will look at various options for using animal prints in the interior and give some illustrative examples of how to successfully implement this idea.

Leopard chairs – boldly? Bold and stylish!

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

Of course, speaking of animal prints, we imagine the traditional patterns of animal skins. Since the color range is quite extensive, you can find a suitable option for almost any style of interior. For example, a black and white zebra print will fit well into a minimalist design, while a classic natural leopard print will create a bright accent in the room. Fans of experimentation can pay attention to non-standard colors of animal prints, which will undoubtedly add extravagance to your home. But even if you prefer a more discreet design, the coloring of animals in natural tones on fabrics and wallpaper will successfully complement the interior in a minimalist style.

Animal print wallpaper

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

The photo shows an example of how, with the help of tiger wallpaper, you can revive an empty wall and create a unique atmosphere in the room. Smaller spaces, such as the hallway, bathroom and dressing room, are best suited for this. Depending on the size and function of the room, you can wallpaper some or all of the walls with animal print wallpaper.

Dalmatian print in the interior

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

One of the most popular animal patterns when choosing wallpaper is the dalmatian print. Of course, we are talking about a white background with a lot of randomly located black spots. The popularity of this animal print is that it doesn’t look too intrusive or gaudy. Its neutral color scheme harmonizes perfectly with other tones and fits into any interior. At the same time, the room looks stylish and elegant, and decor items made of copper and brass add even more effect.

Snake skin wallpaper

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

The same applies to black and white zebra print wallpapers. They will be a great alternative for those who prefer stripes to black spots on a white background. Neutral tones will allow you to choose any colors and materials for decor, whether it be wood, metal or stone. How about an elegant snake or crocodile print?

Animal print for furniture upholstery

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

In addition to wallpaper, you can choose upholstered furniture with an animal print: a sofa, an armchair or an ottoman for legs. Such things are not influenced by fashion and will always be in trend. With the help of animal print chairs, you can not only decorate the dining area, but also put them near the fireplace, thereby framing it in an original way. The picture will be complemented by an exquisite retro-style couch. Chairs or high bar stools with animal print upholstery will successfully fit into the interior of both classic and minimalist modern kitchens.

 

Dalmatian Dining Chairs

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

Depending on how extravagant you want your interior to be, you can opt for either a more neutral animalistic zebra or dalmatian pattern, or go for leopard print in warm beiges and browns. However, be careful not to overdo it with patterns, otherwise your room will look simply tasteless.

Carpet with leopard pattern – wild nature right at your home!

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

Carpet is an important and indispensable accessory in any home. Now you can find a suitable option in any color and style. Of course, there are many models of animal print carpets on the market. Such a carpet will be an interesting accent in the interior, which will attract attention. In addition to traditional rooms (living room, bedroom, dining area), you can decorate the bathroom with an animal print rug. For the most daring, this option is provided – to cover the entire floor of the living room with a leopard print carpet!

The cowhide on the floor fits well with the rustic style of the interior.

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

Another great idea is to use natural or artificial animal skin as a carpet. We want to pay special attention to the cowhide, which will create a cozy country atmosphere in the interior. You can choose any skin color, depending on your tastes and preferences.

Decorate the interior with animal print pillows

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

If you’re afraid to go overboard with animal patterns, or aren’t entirely sure if this idea is right for you, you can start small: decorate your room with animal print throw pillows. These accessories will cost you less than the options above, and they can be changed at any time, which is not the case, for example, with wallpaper. In addition, animal prints on pillows can be combined without being too intrusive.

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

Interior “zebra” – curtains, pillows and carpet in the same color scheme

Coloring animals on the walls and in the interior

In addition to pillows, you can choose other fabrics with animal print, such as curtains, bedspreads and even tablecloths. Curtains with a soft zebra pattern look elegant and enliven the room. They are also combined with cushions on the sofa and carpet. As you can see for yourself, with the right and careful choice of animal prints in the interior, you can achieve an original effect and successfully transform your home. The main thing is not to be afraid to experiment!

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