Cece Fourchy of Mississippi Maven, our resident expert on decorating, is a wiz at finding unique decor ideas. Take, for example, this month’s round-up! See what you think… would you be willing to take a walk on the decorating wild side like Cece?
Deer and peacocks and bears, oh my! The wild world of taxidermy and mounted horns can get a bad rap at times, but I find it positively fascinating–at least in terms of decorating. Who doesn’t love a collection of deer mounted on the wall at the hunting lodge? While this is the classic look, I love the idea of stepping outside of the wildlife box.
The classic Western look with a few contemporary touches– what’s not to love?
Can you spy the pristine white peacock in this boudoir??Among the white fur blanket and zebra hide rug this is my kinda place. (From Lonny)
Have some extra antlers laying around? Make use of those bad boys by hanging your baubles and bags with this wild new version of a jewelry box. (Source Unknown)
Hollister Hovey and her sister Porter have quite the taxidermy menagerie in their Brooklyn apartment. I can’t get enough of the old-world feel it evokes. (From Houzz)
The skull in Lauren Santo Domingo’s apartment adds even more coolness to her coffee table (which may or may not be bigger than my office). (Vogue)
Not feeling the whole “dead animals around the house” look? Luckily Frederique Morrel crafts creatures out of vintage tapestry and they are just as fabulous.