Animal Print Wallpaper Designs

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.

{first images a la bright bazaar via Abigail Edwards; last image a la Emily Anderson Photography for Rue Magazine}



  1. Thank you for stopping by my blog! You said that you liked my design and I love your’s, too! It’s unlike any site I’ve ever seen. And this wallpaper is so cute… especially love the owls.

    • Thank you so much! I had the crazy chalkboard vision in mind and my fabulous blog designer made it a reality!

  2. I especially love the owls. They are the most collected animals.certainly because they’re so mystic. I love printed wallpapers.

  3. so cute! love this idea – I just got a little sliver owl as a decorative piece in our guest and I love it!

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