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How To Bring Winter Wilderness Into Your Home
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How To Bring Winter Wilderness Into Your Home

Wild interiors are in, but that doesn’t mean you need to take a skiing trip to the Alps or go deep into the desert to enjoy this winter trend. With animal prints, wooden accents and fashionable foliage, achieving this look has never been simpler. Read more to find our favourite interior pieces and add a touch of winter wilderness to your home.

1) Go wild for leopard print

Leopard print is back for A/W18, but this time it’s not just for coats and boots. Now, you can take the trend into your home with an animal-themed accent wall that truly can’t be tamed. We’re dotty about this leopard wallpaper by I Want Wallpaper. It’s ideal for making an impact in your living room or bedroom while incorporating the latest winter look.

2) Hair-on hide rugs to be floored by

If you want something seriously eye-catching, make a statement with a hair-on hide rug straight from the wild west. We’d love to cosy up on these handmade cowhide rugs from Timeless Chesterfields. They’re perfect for transforming wooden floors, or even as a super-soft throw to liven up your sofa.

3) Wooden coffee tables with an edge

Rustic furniture is a great way to get in on wild woodland style, which is why this Forest to Home live edge coffee table is the most sophisticated way to spruce up your living room. With its rustic oak top and natural shape, this tree-turned-table is a totally unique piece.

4) Duvet covers to pine after

Winter walks among the pine cones can get pretty chilly, so why not warm up again with some seasonal bedding? There’s no better feeling than diving under the duvet after a day out in the snow. Try the Secret Linen Store’s sumptuous sateen pinecones duvet cover, a deep blue bed cover made for dreaming in.

5) Savannah-inspired lighting

Go for gold with wild winter lighting that can make a subtle statement in any room of the home. We particularly love this giraffe wall light by the Lighting Superstore, painted in an understated gold with a flawless black finish.

6) Live wild with on-trend teepees

When it’s too cold for camping, children can stay snug this winter with their very own indoor tent. These cone-shaped teepees from Scandibørn are just the thing for cool kids who want to experience the wild in their own home. Plus, they’re ideal for fashion-conscious parents who want to keep the playroom looking stylish.

7) Stand-out stag heads

Animal heads are an essential feature when integrating winter wilderness into your home. We especially enjoy this striking stag head from Bentleys House of Gifts, an original wall piece complete with glittering gold birds adorning the antlers.

6) Reptile-style succulents

You simply can’t bring the wild into your home without a little foliage. But while indoor plants are already super chic, why not step it up with reptile-style succulents and cacti? These dinosaur planters by Firebox are the quirkiest way to bring our extinct friends back into 2018.

9) Time to explore the great outdoors

For something with real wow factor, check out this Into the Wild Weather Clock at Bramwell Brown. Filled with exciting adventures from the mountains, this contemporary timepiece is crafted with ever-changing scenes, featuring forests, wolves and a tempestuous thunderstorm. Set in a stunning copper-plated frame, this clock nails both the rose gold and winter wild trends all in one.

10) Celebrate a Scandi-style Christmas

It wouldn’t be winter without some festivity. That’s why we love the Scandi-style Christmas decorations from Hyggestyle (it’s pronounced ‘hoo-gah’ style, FYI). We’re especially fond of the Gisela Graham folky fox ornaments; these wild wooden gems are sure to be the most charming fellows hanging on your Christmas tree.

If you’re feeling wild at heart, these interior pieces are the perfect choice. Whether you want to recreate the jungle, desert or forest, hopefully, our home furniture picks have given you some great ideas for your wildest winter yet.