Leopard print and jungle pattern is creeping its way from the catwalk into home interiors...
Designed by print maker Alexis Snell in collaboration with The Monkey Puzzle Tree, this beautiful bold 'how the leopard got his spots' print is available as wallpaper and in a velvet fabric, that's suitable for curtains, upholstery and blinds. This is one for the maximalists.
Let these brightly coloured parrots, lush leaves and tropical flowers grace your walls with this Birds of Paradise wallpaper from Accessorize. It'll bring a carefree spirit to your home all year round.
The classic leather valet tray has been given a modern makeover at Jonathan Adler in bold emerald glazed porcelain and a tiger print.
KING OFTHE JUNGLE
We love the charming Animals cushions collection fromChelsea Textiles, likethe Seated Tiger & Cockatoo. The cushions have all been embroidered byhand and will add a whimsicalnote to your home.
TIME FOR TEA
Ladurée has collaborated with British luxury shoesand accessories designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal to create this beautiful box of loose leaf tea.The design, which features a leopard, was inspired by Charlotte’s iconic mascot.
As its name suggests, Divine Savagesis all about creating beautiful pieces with a fierce, slightly dark undertone. Roaring for different reasons, rich designs on the brand’s latest super-luxe cushion line are inspired by the Twenties and midnight-hour jungles. Expect sumptuous velvets galore, piping details and plush duck feather fillings. Fancy!
Featuring curious beasts in a fanciful jungle setting, artist Emma J Shipley’s Animalia collection of fabrics for Clarke & Clarke (opens in new tab)is now available on wooden-framed chairs.
The range includes the Langley chair in Rousseau Blue, H75xW63x D67cm, £499, clarke-clarke.com (opens in new tab)
Nature in print needn’t mean wishy-washy seascapes and spring flowers in bloom. Sarah Fortescue takes a more daring approach with her latest collection, inspired by the designer’s South African roots. Expect big beasts, jewel-like hues and psychedelic prints.
SCENTS OF ADVENTURE
Line up candles by British designer Matthew Williamson on your mantelpiece and you’ll travel from an English country garden to Jaipur via Palm Springs and Mediterranean coastal towns. Not a bad way to get more bang for your travelling buck, right? Fragrances feature notes of patchouli and cedar wood, whispers of juniper and cinnamon, and accents of Ceylon tea, all housed in beautiful jars with intricate prints inspired by their aromas.
TV presenter Emma Willis has taken her skills from the small screen to interiors with a new collection for Dunelm. The inky polka dot Klio duvet set sits alongside stylish bedding in pale-pink leopard prints.
Thought the Cambridge Satchel Company was all serious, studious-feel school bags? Think again. In its trademark leather, the revamped Portrait backpack brings a more rebellious streak to the mix, with a splash of safari-style leopard-print. Sling over your shoulder and feel like the coolest kid in class.
Cash transactions are setto go out of fashion, but wouldn’t that be a shame when coin holders look this good? Hold on to those precious cold hard coppers and lock them away in Dutch designer &klevering’s leopard design.
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