103 zebra print rugs Dining Products
This set of 3 ceramic bottles feature a tribal zebra print pattern in a gold, copper and black glaze.
I'm so drawn to this zebra print bowl. If I filled it with fruit and put it on my countertop, I'm sure I would eat healthier snacks.
Wood Zebra Bowl
I love this zebra rug–shaped tray. No animals were harmed, and your bits and bobs stay in one place.
This tray is a colorful spin on a classic zebra print. Trays are so versatile to use as catchalls around the house.
This plate is way too cute to place food on it. Hang it on the wall and bring a bit of Africa to your home.
Don't think that zebra print is just for the living rooms in your house. A burst of colorful zebra pattern will spice up any kitchen. These bowls are, incidentally, also a great place to store your spices.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
Trina Turk's new indoor-outdoor fabric line for Schumacher is filled with the splashy, Palm Springs–cool patterns for which the designer is known. This one is my particular favorite, and seems perfect for perking up some poolside furniture.
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
If you like Trina Turk's Palm Springs–fabulous dresses, you likely love her indoor-outdoor fabric as well. I'd use this vibrant pattern outside to punch up some poolside patio furniture.
I love this pattern. It's atypical from what I've seen around in the home decor realms. While it is a bold print, it's in a neutral tone, which would be perfect for mixing with other prints.
Theo Fabric, Marble
This beautiful fabric by Thomas Paul for Duralee will brighten up your home with its cheerful yellow dahlias.
This drapery fabric would be great for homemade drapes. It's lightweight and has a lot of white in the print with only little bits of color. As someone who is very sensitive to the tone of light coming through the windows, this would allow for white light to come through the windows and still...
I love the way the geometry of this Peter Dunham print palys with my eyes. It's perfect for a Hollywood Regency room, a Dorothy Draper-esque Palm Beach room, an exotic room, or as and accent in a contemporary room.
I am not sure anyone else in this world can do paisley like Peter Dunham. This beautiful and exotic fabric would make gorgeous window treatments or duvet covers. This print is available in a range of scrumptious colors, but peacock is my favorite.
This would make a beautiful sofa. It would be a statement without being flashy or trendy, and the dark, neutral color would mix well with printed pillows and drapes.
Lattice Bamboo Fabric
Charming! Birds have been a popular motif in textiles for centuries, and Galbraith & Paul does it so well here. I love the feminine, Asian-inspired look of this print.
One of my favorite granny-chic patterns right now is Tree of Life by Schumacher. I would love to cover a pair of wingback chairs with it and throw on a couple of chevron print pillows.
Geometric prints are so popular right now, and this table runner is high on my must-have list. The color and print are perfect for using on your table or dinner buffet. Hopefully, it's high on your must-have list, too.
Geo Runner, Sunset
We're wild about chevron, and this particular bright yellow hue will jolt your room into cheeriness like a big happy bolt of lightening!
IfI'm not a huge fan of animal prints, but I think I could live with it in small doses, maybe on cushions made from this fabric.
I love this brushed cotton canvas fabric with a graphic navy and cream flower motif. It would work well as window coverings or as upholstery for a statement chair.
This striking fabric is a small scale print that you may not realize is composed of birds until you look up close.
Inspired by hand-block printing, this Japanese fabric is about as sweet as a modern pattern can be. I love the Scandinavian-inspired flowers, and I long to build a little girl's room around this design.
This is a really bright, floral laminate fabric. Given enough time, I'd make a set of four floor pillows with this print. It would make for some really memorable picnics with the family.
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