Go Wild

Perennial animal prints in design.
Kim Kemp

Kim Kemp

Interior Designer

Be it leopard, zebra or giraffe, animal prints are timeless. They appear in fabrics, wallpapers and artwork and other aspects of design even pieces of furniture.

Used as accents, they add texture and interest to any room when paired with other mediums like leather and linen and grass cloth. They are playful as well as being timeless and used sparingly can be the point of difference to your room.

Zebra is exciting used in a monochromatic scheme – easily identifiable and striking. Used here to enliven a bathroom when set against the black walls and basic white and black wall tiles.

Zebra in monochrome bathroom

 Take a walk on the wild side and have some fun with  touches of animal in your home! 

Ian van Zyl creates impressive paintings of wild life that evoke the majesty of the African bush for you to enjoy in your home or office.    www.ianvanzyl.com

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