Designer Spotlight: Elizabeth Dinkel

Good morning! Love to showcase designers whose work I admire and Elizabeth Dinkel fits right into my description of an “uber talented” designer!?Love her style. I had seen a room that she had done for a showhouse in a magazine a few years ago and knew right away this was my kind of decorator. She clearly trends towards a more traditional look, but theres nothing heavy, stuffy, overdone or off putting about any of her rooms. Though some of them are formal, there is an ease and comfort level to the very beautiful spaces she has designed. Some of the bedrooms are just downright dreamy, and the living rooms while sophisticated and stunning are all rooms I can easily see being very comfortable entertaining family and friends in. Elizabeth’s firm is based in West Hollywood, California and was established in 2004 after nearly 18 years as an interior designer. Her talents take her all over the United States and she has had her work featured in nearly every important design publication. ?So take a look…what do you think of her style? Do you have a favorite room? Enjoy your Saturday!





Before I begin……I had to share with you my friends gorgeous hydrangea beds in front of her house, I had peony envy with others, now I have hydrangea envy! How gorgeous are these flowers!! Then on my way home noticed the only farm of its kind in my area has opened for the season! I was so excited…nothing like seeing that small nondescript sign beckoning you to their stands of still warm fresh fruits and vegetables…so I traveled the dirt path road and had a field day buying all the seasons freshest. Wish my camera didn’t run out of camera, the basil garlic and strawberries were so huge and picture perfect! I came home and promptly made a delicious round of brushetta and a delicious fresh pesto…..gotta love summer cooking!

?Now moving on to Elizabeth and her gorgeous work………..



What a picture perfect windowseat!
Love the green chinoiserie, fabulous!
This is sooooo gorgeous! Love this space, I would live there if this was my house!
She handles transitional spaces as well as she does very traditional ones…..
Elegant and timeless entry foyer…..black is so gorgeous!
How inviting and happy is this wonderful light space?
With an office like this I would be looking for “work’ to do just to stay in it!
This family room feels so welcoming and cheery
I like the fresh fabric on the drapes as a crisp play against the dark traditional wood

I like the neutral feel but would add something to the right wall, would you?
Great kitchen so bright and cheery with its Parisian style bistro chairs
Love this elegant bath
Such a handsome boys room…timeless
Love this cozy but so elegant outdoor setting
Love this inviting and cozy outdoor area with fireplace..great almost year round!
Fabulous and rich looking library paneled in elegant warm woods
Love this elegant little bathroom with its pale pink and green wallpaper
Love this gorgeous, soft and serene master bedroom…bed looks so inviting!
Beautiful white and pink ladies bath…quite decadent!
Love this classic take on an all white elegant bathroom
Pool house perfection
Well are you a fan yet? Do you like her style? Have a favorite room? Would love to know which! Wishing you a wonderful Saturday!

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Designer Spotlight: Elizabeth Dinkel

Good morning! Love to showcase designers whose work I admire and Elizabeth Dinkel fits right into my description of an “uber talented” designer! Love her style. I had seen a room that she had done for a showhouse in a magazine a few years ago and knew right away this was my kind of decorator. She clearly trends towards a more traditional look, but theres nothing heavy, stuffy, overdone or off putting about any of her rooms. Though some of them are formal, there is an ease and comfort level to the very beautiful spaces she has designed. Some of the bedrooms are just downright dreamy, and the living rooms while sophisticated and stunning are all rooms I can easily see being very comfortable entertaining family and friends in. Elizabeth’s firm is based in West Hollywood, California and was established in 2004 after nearly 18 years as an interior designer. Her talents take her all over the United States and she has had her work featured in nearly every important design publication.  So take a look…what do you think of her style? Do you have a favorite room? Enjoy your Saturday!


Before I begin……I had to share with you my friends gorgeous hydrangea beds in front of her house, I had peony envy with others, now I have hydrangea envy! How gorgeous are these flowers!! Then on my way home noticed the only farm of its kind in my area has opened for the season! I was so excited…nothing like seeing that small nondescript sign beckoning you to their stands of still warm fresh fruits and vegetables…so I traveled the dirt path road and had a field day buying all the seasons freshest. Wish my camera didn’t run out of camera, the basil garlic and strawberries were so huge and picture perfect! I came home and promptly made a delicious round of brushetta and a delicious fresh pesto…..gotta love summer cooking!

 Now moving on to Elizabeth and her gorgeous work………..

What a picture perfect windowseat!
Love the green chinoiserie, fabulous!
This is sooooo gorgeous! Love this space, I would live there if this was my house!
She handles transitional spaces as well as she does very traditional ones…..
Elegant and timeless entry foyer…..black is so gorgeous!
How inviting and happy is this wonderful light space?
With an office like this I would be looking for “work’ to do just to stay in it!
This family room feels so welcoming and cheery
I like the fresh fabric on the drapes as a crisp play against the dark traditional wood

I like the neutral feel but would add something to the right wall, would you?
Great kitchen so bright and cheery with its Parisian style bistro chairs
Love this elegant bath
Such a handsome boys room…timeless
Love this cozy but so elegant outdoor setting
Love this inviting and cozy outdoor area with fireplace..great almost year round!
Fabulous and rich looking library paneled in elegant warm woods
Love this elegant little bathroom with its pale pink and green wallpaper
Love this gorgeous, soft and serene master bedroom…bed looks so inviting!
Beautiful white and pink ladies bath…quite decadent!
Love this classic take on an all white elegant bathroom
Pool house perfection
Well are you a fan yet? Do you like her style? Have a favorite room? Would love to know which! Wishing you a wonderful Saturday!

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Monogram mania and a major giveaway!

Good morning! Don’t forget to enter my fabulous giveaway, for the gorgeous Kilim bench from Safavieh. All details follow at the end of this post.?



Hope everyone had a good and restful weekend. Ours was on the more relaxing side for once, a nice change. Dinner with friends, went on a friends boat despite the fact that the weather has been on the cooler side here and shuttled my son around (he is out of school so my chauffeur duties are being put into high gear)?

Don’t you just love monograms!?It is a way to make something personal and exclusively yours in addition to the elegant decor motif they afford whatever you are monogramming.?Perhaps its the southern in me, but I am always so drawn to this old world, regal and timeless classic element in decorating. The most common places to see it is in the bedroom, on bedding and in bathrooms on towels. But there are no real limitations….bar stools, linen napkins and placemats, pillows both indoors and out,dining chairs the list goes on. I think monograms have increased in popularity so its nice to see an old trend be resurrected (not that to me, it ever went “out”). There are new trends with monograms, different styles?being used in different ways and in a whole host of colors so there is a whole new world for monograms. Today is all about gorgeous monograms, all the many ways to use one….do you have a favorite? Are you a monogram maniac like me? Would love to know as always what you think! And of course if you have a favorite below! Have a wonderful day….

Monograms in a formal traditional room, a winning combination, Southern Accents
Stunning in its simplicity, this elegant bed gets a gorgeous pale green monogram, Beth Elsey
A simple but elegant monogrammed hand towel is a beautiful touch in any bathroom, E.Dinkel
Southern Living featured this bed with a monogrammed headboard
Monograms done in soft pale colors are so soothing, Leontine Linens
Love the look of these two plump linen pillows gracing these chairs, Grammercy Linens
A delicate monogrammed napkin is always a perfect touch! Style at Home
Hilary Thomas used an elegant transitional style bedding with monogram for this pared down bedroom suite
How about a monogrammed pillow on a simple slip chair? I like it!
Rob Southern designed this elegant bedroom featuring monogrammed bedding
How about a cheery print with the delicate touch of simple linens that have been monogrammed? Bellalino
Whats prettier than a monogrammed plate added to your china? Love this idea….
Gives a traditional nod to even more contemporary settings, photo by Ashlee Raubach
Beautiful…designed by Melissa Rufty
Monograms on a lampshade? Why not! Shades of light
Love the simplicity of all white bedding with a simple elegant monogram, James Michael Howard
How about monograms on a pair of chairs? Beautiful!
Wash your hands in style with monogrammed soap!
Beth Ellsey designed this gorgeous dining room featuring monogrammed slipcovered chairs
Yep, they even find their way on wedding cakes! 2muchsugar and Sweet cakes Patisserie
Even added to a more eclectic mix of styles…monograms always rule! House and Garden
Ruthie Summers created this uber elegant bed…love the whole look.
Gorgeous cheery monogrammed hand towels in this bathroom featured by Lonny
Monogrammed pillows are a beautiful personal touch outside too! Pottery Barn
Love them in this twin boys room, Leontine Linens
Monograms are beautiful when done in soft monochromatic colors also, D Home
An elegant and simple monogrammed towel in a bathroom is a beautiful touch, The Elegant Setting
Gorgeous monogrammed antique plates, from Kelly Wilson Antiques..love these!
Liz Caan chose to go bold on the orange monogram to give this room some punch
Gorgeous monogrammed bath sheet graces this fabulous feminine bathroom, Elizabeth Dinkel
Rob Southern chose a delicate monogram to keep the soft feeling going in this bedroom
This room reminds me of floating on a beautiful cloud, Margaret Bosbyshell
A monogram on a pull down shade! Now I have seen it all! Sunnys paint
Monograms can be quite handsome in a darker more masculine room too, Beth Webb
An elegant monogrammed dinner napkin is a beautiful personal touch, Grammercy Linens
I even like the idea of going bold with a fun color like orange, Leontine Linens
You can add a more modern feel to a monogram like was done here, Elle Decor
Whats more elegant than receiving a letter or invitation on a monogrammed card?
Who said monograms are just for adults? Love them in this boys room, Meg Braff
Love vintage linens graced with an elegant monogram, Southern Accents
This is a fun and somewhat whimsical look to a monogram, Kelly Fitzgibbons
Now onto the giveaway details…here’s the lowdown-

?I am thrilled to ?announce an awesome giveaway……



This fabulous Kilim bench from?Safavieh Home and me







??Love this and could see this in so many places in so many styles of homes….retails for $695.00. To be eligible, you must do the following:



1.Visit?www.safaviehhome.com?and take a look at their incredible things then visit Safavieh on their facebook page, and leave a comment telling them your favorite item (mention you are from Enchanted home) Click?here?to go to their Facebook page. That’s it!?Your name will automatically be in the drawing once it appears on their facebook page. (1 entry)

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2. Leave a comment here ?(1 entry)



This contest will run though next Thursday night, June 16th and we will announce a winner on?Friday morning, June 17th! Good luck…

So what do you think? Are you a fan of monograms? Do you like the new twists that have put on an old classic? I love them…and like seeing them just about anywhere. Hope you enjoy a wonderful day!
And you know I have to polish this off with another mosaic, so here it goes….
I joined “Mosaic Monday’ over at The Dear little red house blog, so click here to see more!

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Monogram mania and a major giveaway!

Good morning! Don’t forget to enter my fabulous giveaway, for the gorgeous Kilim bench from Safavieh. All details follow at the end of this post. 

Hope everyone had a good and restful weekend. Ours was on the more relaxing side for once, a nice change. Dinner with friends, went on a friends boat despite the fact that the weather has been on the cooler side here and shuttled my son around (he is out of school so my chauffeur duties are being put into high gear) 
Don’t you just love monograms! It is a way to make something personal and exclusively yours in addition to the elegant decor motif they afford whatever you are monogramming. Perhaps its the southern in me, but I am always so drawn to this old world, regal and timeless classic element in decorating. The most common places to see it is in the bedroom, on bedding and in bathrooms on towels. But there are no real limitations….bar stools, linen napkins and placemats, pillows both indoors and out,dining chairs the list goes on. I think monograms have increased in popularity so its nice to see an old trend be resurrected (not that to me, it ever went “out”). There are new trends with monograms, different styles being used in different ways and in a whole host of colors so there is a whole new world for monograms. Today is all about gorgeous monograms, all the many ways to use one….do you have a favorite? Are you a monogram maniac like me? Would love to know as always what you think! And of course if you have a favorite below! Have a wonderful day….

Monograms in a formal traditional room, a winning combination, Southern Accents
Stunning in its simplicity, this elegant bed gets a gorgeous pale green monogram, Beth Elsey
A simple but elegant monogrammed hand towel is a beautiful touch in any bathroom, E.Dinkel
Southern Living featured this bed with a monogrammed headboard
Monograms done in soft pale colors are so soothing, Leontine Linens
Love the look of these two plump linen pillows gracing these chairs, Grammercy Linens
A delicate monogrammed napkin is always a perfect touch! Style at Home
Hilary Thomas used an elegant transitional style bedding with monogram for this pared down bedroom suite
How about a monogrammed pillow on a simple slip chair? I like it!
Rob Southern designed this elegant bedroom featuring monogrammed bedding
How about a cheery print with the delicate touch of simple linens that have been monogrammed? Bellalino
Whats prettier than a monogrammed plate added to your china? Love this idea….
Gives a traditional nod to even more contemporary settings, photo by Ashlee Raubach
Beautiful…designed by Melissa Rufty
Monograms on a lampshade? Why not! Shades of light
Love the simplicity of all white bedding with a simple elegant monogram, James Michael Howard
How about monograms on a pair of chairs? Beautiful!
Wash your hands in style with monogrammed soap!
Beth Ellsey designed this gorgeous dining room featuring monogrammed slipcovered chairs
Yep, they even find their way on wedding cakes! 2muchsugar and Sweet cakes Patisserie
Even added to a more eclectic mix of styles…monograms always rule! House and Garden
Ruthie Summers created this uber elegant bed…love the whole look.
Gorgeous cheery monogrammed hand towels in this bathroom featured by Lonny
Monogrammed pillows are a beautiful personal touch outside too! Pottery Barn
Love them in this twin boys room, Leontine Linens
Monograms are beautiful when done in soft monochromatic colors also, D Home
An elegant and simple monogrammed towel in a bathroom is a beautiful touch, The Elegant Setting
Gorgeous monogrammed antique plates, from Kelly Wilson Antiques..love these!
Liz Caan chose to go bold on the orange monogram to give this room some punch
Gorgeous monogrammed bath sheet graces this fabulous feminine bathroom, Elizabeth Dinkel
Rob Southern chose a delicate monogram to keep the soft feeling going in this bedroom
This room reminds me of floating on a beautiful cloud, Margaret Bosbyshell
A monogram on a pull down shade! Now I have seen it all! Sunnys paint
Monograms can be quite handsome in a darker more masculine room too, Beth Webb
An elegant monogrammed dinner napkin is a beautiful personal touch, Grammercy Linens
I even like the idea of going bold with a fun color like orange, Leontine Linens
You can add a more modern feel to a monogram like was done here, Elle Decor
Whats more elegant than receiving a letter or invitation on a monogrammed card?
Who said monograms are just for adults? Love them in this boys room, Meg Braff
Love vintage linens graced with an elegant monogram, Southern Accents
This is a fun and somewhat whimsical look to a monogram, Kelly Fitzgibbons
Now onto the giveaway details…here’s the lowdown-

 I am thrilled to  announce an awesome giveaway……

This fabulous Kilim bench from Safavieh Home and me



  Love this and could see this in so many places in so many styles of homes….retails for $695.00. To be eligible, you must do the following:

1.Visit www.safaviehhome.com and take a look at their incredible things then visit Safavieh on their facebook page, and leave a comment telling them your favorite item (mention you are from Enchanted home) Click here to go to their Facebook page. That’s it! Your name will automatically be in the drawing once it appears on their facebook page. (1 entry)
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2. Leave a comment here  (1 entry)

This contest will run though next Thursday night, June 16th and we will announce a winner on Friday morning, June 17th! Good luck…

So what do you think? Are you a fan of monograms? Do you like the new twists that have put on an old classic? I love them…and like seeing them just about anywhere. Hope you enjoy a wonderful day!
And you know I have to polish this off with another mosaic, so here it goes….
I joined “Mosaic Monday’ over at The Dear little red house blog, so click here to see more!

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Hear them roar!

Good morning….so nice that its Friday. We are having a string of incredibly beautiful weather. 70’s, slightly breezy, sunny skies and NO HUMIDITY. This is key for me, I can deal wtih the heat but really have a problem wtih the oppressive humidity so I am loving this weather!?



So what are your thoughts on animal prints? Leopard, tiger,zebra, etc….I happen to like touches of animal prints in a room, not too much more than touches however. I love the look on an ottoman, a small area rug, maybe on a small chair or a grouping of pillows. Am not such a fan on very large pieces of furniture like sofas or large rugs or surfaces. The neat thing is it seems to work with almost any style decor and virtually any color. I have thought about incorporating only tiny doses into the new house and in considering it have been looking at a lot of images to digest the look and see if I think I would like it. So thought I might share some of my “findings” with you. I love a number of the smaller traditional styled ottomans, in a classic traditional room, it somehow gives a little twist and takes any “fussiness” out of the room, in my opinion. I don’t mind a smaller rug here and there, but couldn’t handle wall to wall animal print carpeting. Its an interesting design element and one that is fun to play around with……Would love to know, as always what you think!

A bold zebra rug can look fabulous even in the most formal of living rooms, Dan Carithers
Love the mix here for the crisp blue and white against the dark wood paired with a zebra rug, it really works, Decorpad
A leopard ottoman gives a sense of texture, pattern and boldness to this elegant room, House Beautiful
Zebra stripes for this elegant dark stained staircase, Alina Apteker
Love this space by Mary McDonald, bold and beautiful!
In a simple but elegant bedroom, this brown zebra rug adds some flair to the room, Lonny
Joe Nye used a bold zebra print and tiger pillows to give a fun flair to this study
Willaim Eubanks seems to like using animal prints, he did so beautifully in this very formal study, blending fine antiques and blue and white china
I like how Elizabeth Dinkel choose to bring in leopard in small doses such as the pillows and small benches, the elegance of the serenity of the room are maintained
Todd Romano went bold with this navy painted room and a geometric zebra rug
Bunny Williams chose an animal print rug for her beautiful office
A new take on an old classic…blue zebra stripes! Roger Davies photographer
Ashley Goforth used leopard as an accent in this otherwise black and white room
Elizabeth Dinkel used a small scaled bench covered in zebra for a little punch in this master
Brian Watford chose a few beautiful patterns including a dark gray zebra for the pillows in this elegant and streamlined bedroom
Candace Olsen used a leopard pillow on the brown chairs
I like this elegant marble floored foyer with the leopard runner…..Decorpad
Jamie Drake did not hold back in this yellow dramatic bedroom with?zebra bed and rug!?
David Adler’s elegant stairway complete with leopard runner
The zebra ottoman looks quite fabulous with this unique color combination…Mary McDonald
Leopard on the walls…who knew! Arch Digest
Graciela Rutowski used two pair of elegant animal prints on these simple beautiful chairs
Clare Watkins went for a zebra patterned rug to add interest to this setting
I like the of many traditional elements here paired with an exotic zebra skin rug, Mary McDonald
How about leopard on dining room chairs like in this elegant dining room, Rene Margies
A zebra ottoman paired next to a coffee table….DM magazine
Living room of Madelaine Castaing
A pair of zebra covered chairs and pillows add a little “animal instinct” to this opulent room by Rose Anne De Pampelonne
I feel like I can almost hear this sofa roar….loaded with its zebra pillows. Against the white sofa its quite beautiful and dramatic (though I would use only 2 or 3) Sarah Kaplan
Anne Coyle used a leopard area rug to add some life to this otherwise fairly monochromatic room
Perfect example of how you can mix prints like florals, checks, solids and leopard!
Barclay Butera choose a leopard area rug as an expected floor covering in this blue and white room
Another view of another room in Madelaine Castaing’s home
Mary McDonald gave tiger full court press in this room, too much for me personally but its “a look” for sure!
This elegant transitional living room gets its drama from the zebra rug, Elizabeth Dinkel
This dramatic foyer gets a zebra rug for extra drama, Hortencia Vitale
Ralph Lauren’s “leopard” carpet
Lawrence Boeder used a pair of leopard pillows for a little punch in this bright lime green space
Lawrence Boeder used a pair of small stools covered in leopard (this is something like I could see myself doing, just a small touch in a traditional room)
Markham Roberts used an elegant tiger velvet on this traditional ottoman, beautiful colors!
How about the punch of drama these little zebra stools add to this fun black and white bedroom? Decorpad
Mary McDonald used a zebra ottoman in the middle of a pair of chaises to act as ?a small table
So what do you think? Did you hear them roar? I love the look of a small touch of leopard or zebra but wouldn’t personally be able to live with large pieces or large rugs, it wouldn’t feel soft and serene enough for me. But give me a stool, an ottoman, a small chair, or a few pillows and I like it! I always love to know your thoughts and so appreciate your wonderful comments!
?Have a wonderful Friday!

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Hear them roar!

Good morning….so nice that its Friday. We are having a string of incredibly beautiful weather. 70’s, slightly breezy, sunny skies and NO HUMIDITY. This is key for me, I can deal wtih the heat but really have a problem wtih the oppressive humidity so I am loving this weather! 

So what are your thoughts on animal prints? Leopard, tiger,zebra, etc….I happen to like touches of animal prints in a room, not too much more than touches however. I love the look on an ottoman, a small area rug, maybe on a small chair or a grouping of pillows. Am not such a fan on very large pieces of furniture like sofas or large rugs or surfaces. The neat thing is it seems to work with almost any style decor and virtually any color. I have thought about incorporating only tiny doses into the new house and in considering it have been looking at a lot of images to digest the look and see if I think I would like it. So thought I might share some of my “findings” with you. I love a number of the smaller traditional styled ottomans, in a classic traditional room, it somehow gives a little twist and takes any “fussiness” out of the room, in my opinion. I don’t mind a smaller rug here and there, but couldn’t handle wall to wall animal print carpeting. Its an interesting design element and one that is fun to play around with……Would love to know, as always what you think!

A bold zebra rug can look fabulous even in the most formal of living rooms, Dan Carithers
Love the mix here for the crisp blue and white against the dark wood paired with a zebra rug, it really works, Decorpad
A leopard ottoman gives a sense of texture, pattern and boldness to this elegant room, House Beautiful
Zebra stripes for this elegant dark stained staircase, Alina Apteker
Love this space by Mary McDonald, bold and beautiful!
In a simple but elegant bedroom, this brown zebra rug adds some flair to the room, Lonny
Joe Nye used a bold zebra print and tiger pillows to give a fun flair to this study
Willaim Eubanks seems to like using animal prints, he did so beautifully in this very formal study, blending fine antiques and blue and white china
I like how Elizabeth Dinkel choose to bring in leopard in small doses such as the pillows and small benches, the elegance of the serenity of the room are maintained
Todd Romano went bold with this navy painted room and a geometric zebra rug
Bunny Williams chose an animal print rug for her beautiful office
A new take on an old classic…blue zebra stripes! Roger Davies photographer
Ashley Goforth used leopard as an accent in this otherwise black and white room
Elizabeth Dinkel used a small scaled bench covered in zebra for a little punch in this master
Brian Watford chose a few beautiful patterns including a dark gray zebra for the pillows in this elegant and streamlined bedroom
Candace Olsen used a leopard pillow on the brown chairs
I like this elegant marble floored foyer with the leopard runner…..Decorpad
Jamie Drake did not hold back in this yellow dramatic bedroom with zebra bed and rug! 
David Adler’s elegant stairway complete with leopard runner
The zebra ottoman looks quite fabulous with this unique color combination…Mary McDonald
Leopard on the walls…who knew! Arch Digest
Graciela Rutowski used two pair of elegant animal prints on these simple beautiful chairs
Clare Watkins went for a zebra patterned rug to add interest to this setting
I like the of many traditional elements here paired with an exotic zebra skin rug, Mary McDonald
How about leopard on dining room chairs like in this elegant dining room, Rene Margies
A zebra ottoman paired next to a coffee table….DM magazine
Living room of Madelaine Castaing
A pair of zebra covered chairs and pillows add a little “animal instinct” to this opulent room by Rose Anne De Pampelonne
I feel like I can almost hear this sofa roar….loaded with its zebra pillows. Against the white sofa its quite beautiful and dramatic (though I would use only 2 or 3) Sarah Kaplan
Anne Coyle used a leopard area rug to add some life to this otherwise fairly monochromatic room
Perfect example of how you can mix prints like florals, checks, solids and leopard!
Barclay Butera choose a leopard area rug as an expected floor covering in this blue and white room
Another view of another room in Madelaine Castaing’s home
Mary McDonald gave tiger full court press in this room, too much for me personally but its “a look” for sure!
This elegant transitional living room gets its drama from the zebra rug, Elizabeth Dinkel
This dramatic foyer gets a zebra rug for extra drama, Hortencia Vitale
Ralph Lauren’s “leopard” carpet
Lawrence Boeder used a pair of leopard pillows for a little punch in this bright lime green space
Lawrence Boeder used a pair of small stools covered in leopard (this is something like I could see myself doing, just a small touch in a traditional room)
Markham Roberts used an elegant tiger velvet on this traditional ottoman, beautiful colors!
How about the punch of drama these little zebra stools add to this fun black and white bedroom? Decorpad
Mary McDonald used a zebra ottoman in the middle of a pair of chaises to act as  a small table
So what do you think? Did you hear them roar? I love the look of a small touch of leopard or zebra but wouldn’t personally be able to live with large pieces or large rugs, it wouldn’t feel soft and serene enough for me. But give me a stool, an ottoman, a small chair, or a few pillows and I like it! I always love to know your thoughts and so appreciate your wonderful comments!
 Have a wonderful Friday!

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