Living RoomEclectic Living Room, New York
Living Room, Photo Credit: Patrick Cline
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Get the look: In 2012, taxidermy is usually associated with the past and makes a lot of people uncomfortable. But a few pieces still pop up occasionally, and animal prints, cowhides, feathers and antlers (both faux and real) are more prevalent than ever. If a stuffed tiger isn't exactly your idea of party décor, try putting up a pair of faux antlers instead.
Creating a home that was appropriate for the country was important, but Cunningham and Foster also wanted to avoid cliché. By incorporating artistic elements throughout the house (such as the elegant additions to the bar above), and building a home that would be the ideal weekend getaway for a young family, they created a fresh and quirky aesthetic. Blue art over the bar: David Arvidson, Rice Polak Gallery