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447 taxidermy Home Design Photos
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
space and taxidermy...cluster and wall color
Love the "taxidermy"
Color scheme and faux taxidermy
faux taxidermy cluster/wall placement
how to hang/display taxidermy
— not taxidermy. Quite a wild collection! If you can tear your eyes away from the faux trophy head collection, you'll see the great throw pillows with deer images on them. They offer a softer and more cuddly way to have antlers in your home.
to put taxidermy
fireplace, taxidermy and all!
Fake TaxidermyThis is another big one in eclectic modern design. It's funny and winking and ironic — very much a product of the time.
taxidermy with frame
faux taxidermy...felt taxidermy...Felt taxidermy
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Thompson Custom Homes
Love the taxidermy
Design Works Architecture
timbered trophy room
scared of taxidermy, it offends me) when that gazelle asks me if I'm done with my food, as it was staring at it for 5 minutes.
inset taxidermy by moose
Brooklyn Heights Living Room
Cardboard taxidermy...cardboard taxidermi
Keegan display in living room
A taxidermy crow looks upon a unique collection of items atop a vintage desk. This display could explain why some young people call this home "The Harry Potter house." Photo by Emily Winters © 2012 Houzz
I would go out and buy one today if it was in-fact fake, as I have never seen such a real looking raven. Taxidermy is too sad to look at, for me. P.S. My name is Raven so I 'dig' ravens!
have a taxidermy crow similar to this one.
Spooky and beautiful! Especially with the taxidermy crow
A taxidermy crow looks upon a unique collection of items atop a vintage desk. This display
A taxidermy crow looks upon a collection of items atop a vintage desk. Emily: What's one of the more interesting reactions you have gotten to your home? Monique: Kids have an interesting reaction. They often call it “the Harry Potter house.” Others comment on how inefficient our windows must be and
Darci Goodman Design
antique taxidermy on the photo of my home on this Houzz page. I’m sorry you feel that we’ve disparaged these animals and the sanctity of life. As the owner of the home featured here, let me assure you I do value life and I do love animals. The taxidermy specimens you see here are all antiques and most
antique taxidermy comes from a life-long love of natural history museums, which are filled with old and new taxidermy. These mounted specimens have long been used to educate adults and children about the wonders of the natural world. Today’s museums, incidentally, do not support hunting, but in fact