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Trending: Animal Instincts

From quirky to classic, here are a multitude of wild designs that celebrate Mother Nature’s brilliance.

Animal mural on hand-dipped glazed earthenware tiles by acclaimed British illustrator Laura Carlin; about $2,783; at thenewcraftsmen.com


The Whale by Terry Fan, comes in a variety of forms, including this machine-washable shower curtain, 71" x 74", $68; at society6.com


Geo Bear Wallpaper by Andrea Lauren, $60 for standard 2' x 12' roll; at spoonflower.com


Seashell Bat Bronze Sculpture, limited edition by Copper Tritscheller; 26” x 10” x 9.5”, $4,500; at miradafineart.com


Little Owl in White Fabric by Emily Sanford, from $17.50 per yard; at spoonflower.com


Gilded Hare Lamp Ensemble, cast resin and gold leaf, $398; anthropologie.com


Kira Cocktail Ottoman
in Tibetan fur, from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, $1,696; mgbwhome.com


Great Blue Heron from Audubon’s Birds of America paintings. All of Audubon’s Birds of America paintings are available free for download at audubon.org.


Sofa covered in Daydream fabric in green by Julia Rothman, $80 per yard; at hyggeandwest.com


Painted Animal Plates
, by West Elm, $39 for a set of 4; Cherry Creek North, westelm.com


​Philomena Knob
by Anthropologie, stoneware and chrome-plated iron, $10; anthropologie.com


by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra, $175; vitra.com


Portrait of a Highland Cow 
by Dorit Fuhg on an iPhone case, $35; at society6.com


Douglas Cowhide Rug in Bleecker Steel by Ralph Lauren Home, available in multiple sizes from $1,300; ralphlaurenhome.com


Carnaby Zebra Stacking Dish in platinum by Jonathan Adler, $32; Cherry Creek, jonathanadler.com


Silver Bison Skull by Owen Mortensen, $1,200; owenmortensen.com




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