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Seeing SPOTS!

February 22, 2012

by Emily

Having long been a fan of animal print (likely before its wave of popularity – how on tacky on trend of me) I have fallen for another “neutral” – the spot!  These two photos have been stored in an inspiration file for a time now and when I was thinking about this post it occurred to me that the reason I like the spot so much is because it manages to share all the same qualities as an animal print without being, well, an animal print. It is a neutral, adds texture, and just the perfect touch of style.  People seem to either love or hate animal print (the haters just haven’t discovered the right animal print, in my opinion) so the spot may very well be a design solution for you.  Added bonus? You will be avoiding a potentially contentious “I hate animal print” fight discussion altogether.


Madeline Weinrib Charcoal Mu Pillow

Etsy Dot Lumbar Pillow Cover

Furbish Spotted Ottoman Tray

Lee Jofa Cosma Fabric

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  1. Vanda Lemone permalink
    March 25, 2013 6:47 am

    When you think of wall art, do paintings, posters and prints fill your head? Don’t let the limited thinking of the past rule how you decorate today. With a little imagination, you can have a room that suits your personality. Anything that can be hung on a nail can be wall art, like old snowshoes, boat oars or skis. It all depends upon the look and feel you want. If you have accessories, like pottery or ceramic figurines that can’t hang on their own, you can include them in your wall art by placing them on a decorative wall shelf.


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