Brunshwig & Fils just introduced hand-woven tiger and leopard velvet fabric for nearly $6,000 a yard. In terms of appearance, this fabric is just about as realistic as you can get. Its color and pattern are almost identical to that of real leopards and tigers. Seeing this luxurious fabric makes me think that even the most classic interiors can handle a touch (or more) of animal inspiration.
Casa Mollino is Turin, Italy boasts a leopard print upholstered wall and a leopard skin rug to boot.
These leopard throw pillows add a less obvious touch in a more traditional interior
This is an image of CZ Guest’s famous leopard carpet = s0 beautiful
Aerin Lauder lounging on an animal print sofa in her Manhattan apartment
This image from metropolitan Home is a great example of leopard print carpet properly used in a traditional interior
A flawless design by Jean Paul Beaujard
I love the tiger pattern upholstery on this ottoman.
From Elements of Style – another very traditional touch of leopard
The super-luxe lobby of The Tides Hotel in South Beach.
Amazing design by Mary McDonald
Bee from Atlantic Pacific