Few design elements are more glamorous than animal prints.
In this article, HOMMÉS Studio gathers ten interiors from the best interior designers to demonstrate how to tastefully incorporate zebra, tiger, leopard, and other wild prints into dazzling interiors.
Marie Flanigan‘s Living Room
Marie Flanigan warmed up a traditional living room she designed in Studio City, California. House with wonderfully edgy details, including tiger-print pillows and a Lionel Deluy black-and-white photograph of a model smoking a cigarette.
Jeff Andrews‘s Dining Room
This Los Angeles dining room is all about the bronze monochromatic palette with layers of pattern and texture. That mix combined with the traditional architectural elements of the space made the room both dramatic and chic.
Alberto Villalobos‘s Living Room
A neutral palette and vivid textures help give the family room of this New York pied-à-Terre a sophisticated style while introducing it with a warm, welcoming feel. The furniture is a mix of old and new.
Christina Nielsen‘s Living Room
The designer wanted to enhance the whitewashed brick walls and create a fun and youthful space for her clients. Color, pattern, and texture were a big part of allowing this seating area to come alive.
HOMMÉS Studio’s Living Room
In this Living Room, it is pretty easy to see the Italian influence and culture. The incredible and dramatic color on the walls reminds us of Italian revivalism. Strong textures, an audacious mix of patterns, and bold colors join forces to create an elegant space that conveys a luxurious lifestyle.
Irakli Zaria‘s Master Bedroom
All of Irakli Zaria’s work is residential, and most of her clients are in Moscow.
In this master bedroom, the designer aimed to make it cozy and relaxing. With only the highlight wall with animal prints, the designer was able to create a sophisticated space, as well as a functional and comfortable room.
Drew McGukin‘s Living Room
In decorating his own New York City loft, Drew McGukin gave himself a challenge: to bring together into a consistent design the contents of four storage units, travel curiosities, three or four previous homes’ wares, and all his collections.
The various pieces form a stylish mix of animal prints and textures, with the paintings providing splashes of color.
Jay Jeffers‘s Kids Room
In this Portola Valley, California home, the clients’ son loves sharks, so Jay Jeffers created a bit of an underwater room for him.
Cullman & Kravis Inc.‘s Living Room
Tasked with reimagining a Park Avenue apartment for longtime clients, Lee Cavanaugh, design partner at Cullman & Kravis Inc., inspired by the French interiors of the 1940s.
The designers’ goal for this San Francisco dining room was to combine some of the clients’ existing antiques, such as the table, with the playful dressiness of the new pieces.
Liveliness is very much in evidence in the tiger-print fabric covering the French Empire–style chairs set around the clients’ table.
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