Guest Picks: Interior Safari
It's time to book your own urban safari with these gorgeous offerings. — Lani from Mon Petit Chou Chou
I would love to see this layered with a neutral, bright carpet to add even more dimension to the zebra stripes.
For those of you who hunger for a deco safari, a trio of these lined up along a living room wall would be perfect for extra seating.
Check out the stunning offerings from Patrick Mavros, including these root tree and elephant candlestick holders.
No dinner table, or African landscape, would be complete without a hippo. This set is the ultimate housewarming or hostess gift for the person who has everything, including a sense of humor.
These graphic, lidded baskets from West Elm would make the perfect laundry hamper, magazine bin or place to hide away clutter from prying eyes.
This iconic zebra and hot pink pattern from Scalamandre is available in a rainbow of colors and would be perfect in a young intrepid explorer's bedroom.
The king of the jungle can now live on your mantel!
These ceramic sculptures are tame enough for your living room.
These whimsical wood block prints are a perfect quad. I'm earmarking these for the next baby shower I attend!
This is a heartbreakingly modern take on the antler trend. Why not up the luxe ante by going for a chrome or gold finish?
Leather-clad zebra is the zenith of safari chic.
Recline in style with the LC4 chaise lounge in cowhide. Seriously, if I had this work of art, I would travel with it. In anything from a safari tent to a sleek study, it is breathtaking!
Prefer a classic wingback? Cowhide translates equally well with this timeless design. My shopping list for the dining room includes a pair of wingback chairs for the table ends.
This horn leg and Lucite table by Karl Springer is gasp worthy! Who needs art on the walls when you can have it in a functional object? I. Need. This.
Natural horns make up the base of this polished accent table. It's a steal from Z Gallerie.
Mix and match safari animals with this citrine set. The hippo, lion and camel can all be the best of friends on your magnetic surfaces.
Spice up the bedroom with these leopard sheets. Leopard is a new neutral, after all, so it's sure to go with any comforter or duvet. I love to mix and match prints, and it would be super easy to do with these linens.
African savannah today, gone tomorrow. These removable vinyl decals make it easy to fall in with this trend and remove it when you tire of your menagerie.Next: 10 Fearless Ways With Zebra