A large animal hide rug leads visitors into this contemporary entryway, setting the groundwork for this home's unique, personal design. A steel gray accent wall calls attention to interesting objects on display, while a long bench topped by a striking modern painting continue the bohemian vibe.
Framed photos of old Hollywood movie stars and historic icons line the Venetian plastered walls in this art deco cigar lounge. An ebony coffee table sits atop the exotic lion rug, while club chairs covered in royal blue velvet finish off the sultry gathering space.
An animal-print sectional gives this breakfast nook a causal safari vibe. A white tulip table with wooden chairs makes room for guests, and eclectic touches – bamboo blinds, beaded chandelier and bold wall art – tie the look together.
Three-dimensional wall art goes a long way if you’re working with lots of blank space, and the plush variety is so fitting for a nursery. To achieve a more playful feel, mount a stuffed animal head above your crib. Thanks to the internet, you can find just about any animal you’d want – from a deer to a flamingo to a unicorn. For a more modern look, mount a plush geometric shape, like the edgy, black-and-white rain cloud here. Or, do both, like designer and stylist Live Loud Girl. You really can’t go wrong when it comes to fun, pillowy wall art.
This recreation room packs a punch! A lengthy, custom-built sofa sits below the room's highlight -- a massive piece of photo art depicting a crashing wave. The scale of the otherwise simple piece is what makes it so impactful. Nearby beanbag chairs in an animal print add to the room's sense of whimsy and comfort.
White and light gray color tones create a gorgeously bright atmosphere in this modern living room. A white leather sofa features a rectangular shape while a matching white leather chair features a curved frame. A large, three panel, black and white car photo compliments the room and fills blank space on the wall. An animal hide rug brings an additional pop of darker hues and soften the finish of the room.
This eclectic living room has lots of bold patterns with a tiger print loveseat, black and white striped accent wall, modern art, as well as plenty of color with magenta curtains and side chairs and teal green grasscloth wallpaper.
Working in the smallest space in the house, Carolyn Wilson and Elizabeth Boland of Design in a Day tore out an existing linen closet to create a second floor dressing room. Thibaut faux animal print wallpaper was applied to the walls, the ceiling was painted Farrow & Ball's Dayroom Yellow and a distinctive Abe Lincoln painting was hung to create a distinguished second floor foyer.