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Animal Prints in the Nursery

Animal print is everywhere in fall fashion and home decor, and children’s design is no different! I love how these rooms are using the hottest trends in their design and decor. You don’t automatically have to think jungle-themed nurseries either—these rooms prove that animal print is as fresh and modern as ever!

A funky leopard print wall adds an unexpected accent to a little girl’s room. The navy ceiling adds a nice contrast with the printed wall, funky bedding and teal decor, giving the room a big girl feel. What four-year-old (or teenager) wouldn’t love this room?

Harper's Big Girl Room

I love how this pink and zebra nursery combined the traditional black and white zebra print with damask and soft pink accents to create a unique balance between sweet and funky. Definitely a room an infant can grow into!

So you think animal print is just for girls? You are so wrong! This chic and sophisticated boy’s nursery is the perfect example that a little zebra goes a long way!

Mac's Room - Full Shot

If painting the animal inspiration on the walls or using it in your bedding seems a little intimidating, you can easily bring in accents in wall art, accessories or even with an animal print rug! This safari and stripes nursery used animal accents in several different forms.

Don’t be afraid to add in the print designs and pictures of our famous furry friends. Just think, now you can tune into your nesting, errrr, animal instinct while designing your nursery too!

  • Florence

    I know a lot of stylish ladies love animal prints, but I am just not a fan of them. Among these featured looks, though, I like the chic and sophisticated boy’s nursery best because of its soft zebra stripes.

  • Dina Christensen

    Nice rooms. I didn’t know animal prints are still in. I love leopard and zebra prints.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jillian.scotts Jillian Scotts

    I actually love all the rooms except for the first one. I find that pink animal prints on the wall are just too much for the eyes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andrea-Lowe/100002051938016 Andrea Lowe

    I think that animal prints are bold enough. That’s why I like it when animal prints are mixed with subtle colors and subtle elements. just like the chic and sophisticated boy’s nursery, to soften the effect. Now when bold prints are mixed with bright, electrifying colors, like hot pink, the effect is really quite overwhelming.

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