Some of these prints are even inspiring entire decorating ideas and interior design schemes. So, don’t be surprised if you find yourself pulling an entire room’s color scheme from a great animal print fabric you found while out shopping one afternoon.
Popular Animal Prints
By far one of the most popular animals being used for these prints are the flying animals of the world, particularly the owl. Owls have skyrocketed in popularity, especially in the interior design world. You can now find owl cookie jars, owl throw pillows, owl wall decor and so much more.
For the real owl print fanatics out there, entire living room designs, bedroom designs and even kitchen designs have been created using the wise old owl.
Of course, for some of us, entire rooms based on a single animal might be over-doing it. However, you can easily incorporate your newfound love for the owl through a few simple items, such as a vintage reproduction owl statue, or a throw pillow on your sofa with a cute, modern owl print.
Another popular print is the bird silhouette and even vintage-styled bird prints. Cardinals, sparrows and finches are especially popular in interior design this fall. Consider incorporating this print into existing bedroom designs or living room designs using a new set of sheets or perhaps a new pair of throw pillows. Check out online retailers for bird prints in hues that match your existing decorating ideas.
Additional Animal Prints
Of course, not the entire interior design world is smitten with these new animal prints. Some of us still prefer the classics: leopard and cheetah spots, zebra prints and so forth. Zebra prints are especially popular this year.
Animal print outdoor rugs are popular in bedroom designs, living room designs and occasionally in dining room designs. You can find toned down stripes in neutral shades such as beige and white or grey and white, which look fantastic when thrown into a contemporary or modern styled room. You can also double-up on this animal print with throw pillows, throw blankets or curtains. Just be careful not to overdo it, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing!
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