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Animal themed rooms have been a popular way to decorate for centuries. Residents of stately homes would show off works of art, hunting trophies and animal skins. Today's trends for animal decor use less taxidermy and more inspiration from texture, print, and shape.

Wildlife will always look luxurious. It brings the outdoors in and when accessorised well, will give you a modern take on a very classic look without channelling too much Pat Butcher.

Faux Taxidermy

Trio Cow Heads

These stunning faux taxidermy heads allow you to embrace the style, without the ethical issues. Trophy heads manage to be stately and quirky all at once, whilst looking elegant hung alone, or impressive in a group. The natural elements used to create these eye-catching pieces means you to place them anywhere you like in your home and they'll look great. The occasional dash of bright white makes this item the bold statement of any room.

Animal Cushions

Animal cushions are perfect for a more subtle way of bringing the trend of nature into your home. Cushions create comfort and a sense of cosiness, whilst setting the tone of a room. The intricately designed embroidered-patchwork images on these cushions make them suitable for rooms with a simple colour scheme and palette. For example, placing these cushions in a garden room which is painted light duck-egg will really make them stand out and act as the splash of colour for that room. So, if you’re looking for some fun and quirkiness, these little beauties will certainly deliver.

Animal Lamps

These are a way to bring a more classic look of animal decor to the home. Our black parrot lamp is a best seller and the elephant is impressive.

Black Parrot Lamp

Garden Ornaments

Why not introduce the animal theme into your garden, too? Our rusty, metal garden ornaments add character and work year-round. Their burnt orange colour contrasts with natures greens and browns in your garden. 

This curious cat comes in many different positions to suit the various hiding places you may want to place them- from peering into plant pots to sitting on top of something higher up. They add unique cuteness in your garden and draw attention to beautiful potted plants you may have dotted around.

Or, you could adopt this chicken who will protect your real chickens and bins from foxes at nighttime.