For most girls, particularly those well-versed in all things 90s, animal prints played a large part in our fashion world. For us, the animal print obsession began with cheetah print … zebra print was a sign that our tastes were maturing. My interest in animal print (wallpaper, that is) was piqued again last week when I stumbled upon Abigail Edwards‘s designs. Abigail hand draws all of her designs and then, voila – the intricate wallpaper is realized. The owl design comes from the former Country Homes & Interiors Deputy Decorating Editor’s memories of childhood, where she spent her time surrounded by woodlands and wildlife (she clearly had more sophisticated childhood animal print obsessions). The design features a total of ten different owls, from the barn owl to the snowy owl. Pretty cool, huh?
And then there was the dog wallpaper featured in Rue Magazine.