Inspiration: Animal Instincts

Written by Jessica Van Midde on . Posted in Interior Decorating

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Hello Monday! Zebra prints I know have been a home decor trend for a while now, but I thought I’d share with you some great photos of interiors that did this look just right. Although, I am personally not a big fan of zebra prints, these interiors have made me re-think my hesitation on using this print sooner then later.

I love the bold, graphic and sophisticated impact that they make on the walls especially with the gold picture frames and black chest..so pretty!

Hot pink throw pillows look amazing on this gray sectional and the zebra print rug stands out nicely in this charming living room.

All white bathroom with a zebra bench, different but it works well in this space.

As you might have noticed all of these spaces add zebra prints in subtle ways and not too over the top. I think I would get a headache if there was way too much of this print going on in a room. Everything in moderation is my motto. I’m definitely not an extremist by any means.

Are you a big fan of zebra prints? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this look for interiors.

Images: Megan Winters, Glitter and Pearls, Planete Decor

- Xoxo Jessica

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Jessica Van Midde

Jessica Van Midde is a San Francisco Bay Area Interior Decorator and Blogger. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest.

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BTW it's a new year and I am full of inspiration and have lots of fun things and creative ideas to share with everyone. Stay tuned!

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