A must in any rustic chic home, wildlife decor makes a fun way to incorporate color and print in furnishings. Yet too much wildlife decor can have your cottage home looking like a hunter’s cabin. If you have wanted to add wildlife decor into your home yet held off because you weren’t sure how to pull it off, try these three sure-fire ways to incorporate it.
- Decorative duvets and blankets: If you’re just starting out with wildlife decor, why not try a blanket or decorative duvet cover in a bear or loon print? These items can lend a seasonal flair in the winter and are easy to store if you prefer a lighter touch in spring.
- Wildlife art: Many of our clients start out by adding wildlife art, as there are so many fun styles of artwork that include geese, ducks, or other animals. A simple framed wildlife print in the hallway, dining room, or office shows your love of nature without going over the top. For something a little more unusual, there are plenty of wildlife sculpture pieces and stained glass windows. Statement pieces like these show your love of wildlife and are unique enough to blend with other natural decorations.
- Bathroom accessories: Many people are looking for something cute in the bathroom, and we think wildlife decor works well in the potty room. From shower curtains to soap dishes, we’ve got many small items that feature birds in their element. If you want to integrate wildlife decor in your home and are on a tight budget, this is a fun place to start.
These are just a few options. Once you try these ideas we’re sure you’ll brainstorm several more fun ways to decorate with wildlife images.