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The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

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The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Our recent Edit on How to Style Throw Cushions at Home & the Office was one of your favourites, so we thought we might follow-up with something we're even more obsessed with than designer throw cushions (if that is even possible): animal print. If you are a longtime reader at TIG, you will know of our love for these impossibly chic and worldly patterns, and especially for leopard print. Here are a few of our favourite ways to style these patterns at home-- from simple leopard throw cushions to full leopard chairs and even tiger chairs and cushions--here is a roundup of our favourite ways to work this timeless look into your home ...


Images (above & right): the Chicago apartment of Alaina Kaczmarski

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

When paired with deep taupe walls and pink and gold accents, leopard becomes even more feminine and pretty, as seen above, in the living room of Jessi of The Darling Detail.

[Interior Design by Laurel & WolfJordan Afshin Photography]

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Above, living room of The Darling Detail, with Interior Design by Laurel & Wolf, and Jordan Afshin Photography

Design Inspiration | The Edit: How to Style Throw Cushions at Home & the Office
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Above, our VERSAILLES LEOPARD Velvet Cushion Cover in the former New York City studio apartment of Katie Armour Taylor, formerly of Matchbook and currently of The Neo-Traditionalist.

+ shop these cushions here

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

If it were up to us, we would include leopard print chairs in every room (left and below), but if you prefer something a little more subtle, a leopard cushion here and there, like in this bedroom (above) designed by @styledbychloeliv might be just the thing ...

+ shop throw cushion here

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Above, the Atlanta home of Ally Kim as featured in Atlanta Magazine’s HOME (photography by Anthony-Masterson)

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Whether with ruffles or without, one thing is for certain: leopard print always looks lovely with tufted headboards and a neutral palette, as with these two bedrooms above, via Pinterest & Dwellings by Devore

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

A tiger print gilded chair adds just the right amount of pattern to the calm powder blue and crisp linens of this beautiful bedroom.

[via Cote de Texas]

Design Inspiration | The Edit: How to Style Throw Cushions at Home & the Office
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Above & left: the former NYC apartment of Ashlina Kaposta with VERSAILLES LEOPARD VELVET throw cushions (size 17x17) in the office. Shop the David Hicks LA FIORENTINA here.

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Above & left, leopard is a perfect complement to the rich colour palette of blues and greens in this elegant sitting room designed by Palmer Weiss.

[via Cote de Texas & La Dolce Vita]

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Katie Armour's studio as featured in Matchbook magazine, photography by Cooper Carras

+ shop Leopard cushions

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Above, a Leopard Velvet cushion in the home of @dear_kcs; and right, another glimpse into the home of Ally Kim via @fromtherightbank on Instagram.

The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print
The Edit | At Home: Styling with Animal Print

Left, a stunning room that again uses the elegant combination of animal print and powdery blue to perfection.

[via Cote de Texas]

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