I think the crocodile texture on these tiles is just amazing! The texture would be good for keeping the floors from being slippery — although it does not keep them from being slithery (wink).
This close-up view really shows off the rich chocolate color and the scale of the pattern — get it? Scale? Okay, sorry, I'll lay off the puns. Couldn't resist.
The crocodile texture even looks great from all the way across the room.
Gotta giggle just a little at the thought of the water being in the crocodile instead of the crocodile being in the water. The tub is covered in a croc-embossed leather skirting. Unique!
Using a crocodile pattern on this velvety upholstery adds a touch of the wild to this elegant dining room, but with more softness than the average crocodile possesses.
A crocodile-embossed leather headboard with nailhead trim adds real interest to this bedroom.
I was scouting at my local to-the-trade showroom and found this great four-piece ottoman with two sections in croc and two sections in smooth leather. A little croc goes a long way.
This chair was right next to the ottoman. Are you furnishing a man's office? This would be the perfect executive chair. I puts out a vibe that lets you know this guy may be just a little dangerous!
Putting the crocodile-embossed leather on a very curvy shape of chair and in yellow works very well for this elegant and feminine room. She might be just a little dangerous too.
Notice how changing the color gives the crocodile pattern a very different feel. In silver, this is pure Hollywood glamour.
Even Philippe Starck couldn't resist a little bit of crocodile texture on his Mademoiselle chair. And if it's good enough for Philippe Stark, it's good enough for me!
So, do you think you'll try to add a little crocodile to your home?
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