Guest Picks: A Splash of Zebra Adds Style to Every Space
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.
That special spot in the middle of the mantel, underneath an artistic focal point, can sometimes be hard to accessorize. Instead of filling it with another boring mahogany box, make it pop with a zebra piece.
Powder rooms are some of our favorite spots to add a jazzy punch. Because they are so small, one statement piece can define the entire room. We'd use this Zeke wall mirror in a powder room to make guests swoon at the decor.
For bookcases that really make a statement, create shelves that shine with zebra print spines.
This stool is so elegant that you may not want to take it camping. We'd set a pair of these in front of a fireplace for extra party seating and a pop of pattern in the room.
Garden stools aren't just for the garden. We'd add this zebra one to an elegant guest bath as an unexpected place to display linens, soaps and other treats for guests.
We'd use this lamp on a bedside table to illuminate a few pages before bed. Instead of using a matching pair, we'd keep this find for our sides and use a more tailored look for our husbands' sides.
Make a plain white sofa pop with a burst of whimsical print. The softer brown of this print is great for those spots where black seems a little too harsh.
Zebra print doesn't have to be relegated to just black and white. A burst of color and pattern looks fresh and fun. We'd use this gorgeous rug in a sunroom.
Few color combinations are as striking as black, white and red. We'd use this tiny zebra table beside a plain white chaise to add a zesty touch to a treasured lounging spot.
Forget the fruit. This bowl stands all on its own. We'd proudly display it on our kitchen counters all the time for a shot of glamorous gold and fun pattern in the home's most-used room.
A coffee table is just a coffee table until it's perfectly accessorized. This box set is so stunning that it can stand alone.
Even the office can get a spice of zebra with file folders in a fun zebra print.
For a more subtle, subdued zebra print, these lamps blend well in any decor. We'd add them to a neutral scheme to keep the colors uniform but the patterns popping.
Antiques are a gorgeous way to make a home unique, but sometimes that old piece can look a little stuffy. Covering a more subdued piece with a zebra print fabric is a sure way to add whimsy and pizzazz to a formal living room, while still keeping with the style and tone.
A burst of sunny yellow can't help but make everyone who walks in a room smile. Add a fun zebra print to the mix, and this ottoman is a surefire way to put party guests, and husbands, in a great mood.
Lucite lamps don't have to be boring. The addition of a touch of zebra takes them from plain to the focal point of the end table. Keep the other accessories to a minimum to let these lights shine.
When in doubt, a zebra hide is the classic way to incorporate the print into any design. Over a seagrass rug or hardwood floor, it is the flooring statement.
This zebra print rug offers the whimsical fun of the zebra pattern with a color that's a little more subdued. It would be perfect for a bedroom with a beautiful gray color scheme.Next: 10 more fearless ways with zebra print
An ottoman in the classic black and white zebra pattern is a surefire way to add that touch of black to absolutely any room. We'd use this one in a masculine library or den because the colors keep with the tone but have a feminine touch to take the edge off.