The Inside Source blog inspired me and I have pulled some of my favorite jungle themed rooms.
The colors, the plants, the textures, the drama! Tony Duquette does not leave a single surface untouched. This room feels magical to me. It would never get old or fail to excite. It is cozy yet full of energy. Perfection.
Another famous room…Miles Redd’s apartment. Bold and fabulous- the zebra upholstered doors with nail head trim are stunning. This is a great way to make a less than attractive door amazing.
A large fiddle leaf fig tree and wild green zebra print sofas leave no doubt in your mind this room is for fun.
Dark black grasscloth on the walls and a black glossy ceiling let the runner and scarlet roman shade pop.
Gil Schafer’s New York apartment. Perfection.
These coastal green walls remind me of marshes found along the new england coastline. Mixed with rattan furniture and wildlife prints this room is interesting and relaxing.
These two tall fiddle leaf fig trees make an otherwise simple hallway dramatic.
Dark greeny-black bead board walls make this room a cool escape from hot summer days.
Dark mossy green walls create a beautiful backdrop for lighter fabrics to pop.
Aerin Lauder’s zippy orange walls and leopard print sofa are bold and very chic.
A deep red library with cushy brown velvet sofas, brass lamps, and a zebra skin rug.
The orchid wallpaper by Cole and Son makes an otherwise boring powder room a treat to visit.
The Hinson bana leaf wallpaper used in this kitchen lends drama and height to the room.