South African artist Danielle Clough creates her adorably diminutive works in embroidery which she then mounts in a small frame or wooden hoop. We're obsessed with this utterly whimsical squinting fox, the perfect mantle piece art object for a dollhouse or ideal to hang in a baby's room.
This woodsy and witty bathroom from Vermilion Design Interiors took its cue from a fox who designer Bill Cook says decorated this carriage house bath with some of his favorite things. Cook adds that, "while our main space of the apartment was inspired by a country English gentleman’s den, we chose to give the bathroom more of a sense of whimsy and humor. We even had a bar set up, because we felt that this Fox was a bit of a playboy."
A fun fox print and a versatile bed create a kid space with high style in this eclectic home. The upholstered daybed can also serve as seating, and the metal-wrapped wood table does double duty as a nightstand or coffee table. Bold, colorful pillows fit with the wallpaper's whimsical print.
The fox looks right at home in this rustic powder room where an intriguing mix of textures makes a beautifully layered look. Walls are covered in gray andesite slate; the countertop is a fossil slab. The sink and waterfall faucet are both antique copper. To match the sink's warm tone, designers gave the pendant a dark copper patina finish.
A tall shelf adds both storage and display space to the nursery; toys and books on the lower shelves are within easy reach of little hands while more fragile items are kept up top. Striped bins are an attractive way to corral a zoo of stuffed animals.
This sitting area is part of the living room, but offers a quiet, calm space for taking in the gorgeous mountain landscape. A pair of contemporary chairs team with a plush, animal fur rug that brings warmth to the vignette. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer unparalleled views.
A wall of glass extends to the peaked, cathedral-height ceiling in this expansive Lake Tahoe great room, overlooking a view as picture-perfect as a holiday card. This mountain home is directly on the skyway, allowing residents ski-in, ski-out access. The structure's orientation on its high-elevation lot offers 180-degree views.
The nursery keeps things neutral with the walls and furniture, and goes bold on the floor with layered rugs in a mix of patterns and strong colors. A series of black-and-white animal drawings are a chic gallery wall.