I’m on a design / animal kick lately. (See: Flamingos and Kate Spade Baby Collection.) My friend, who reads my blog daily (I HAVE ONE LOYAL READER OMG!!!!) noted that I was on a post overdrive lately and really, here’s the thing: I sort of wrote all of these at once, and then instead of spacing them out like a good blogger would do, I excitedly hit PUBLISH PUBLISH PUBLISH instead and now I’ve used up all of my content and probably won’t find the time to post again until after the 4th of July.
It is always dangerous to put together posts like this one because I browse the internet looking for things I would purchase if I had a limitless budget (I do not) to put on my blog instead of in my home… which sometimes results in actual purchases, and then I get a phone call from my husband, who I think must get alerts on his phone each time I make a purchase, questioning, “did you make three purchases in one day from Amazon?” to which I have to admit, “yes, but let me explain…diapers were on sale.”
Here are some zebras for your home (and a pair for your ears.)
Shop | Lulu & Georgia
The pinnacle of high style in my opinion – a zebra rug. So very 70s glam.
Scalamandre Zebra Umbrella
Shop | Neiman Marcus
Like the fabulous fabric and wall paper, the Scalamandre umbrella is the perfect accessory to look stylish while you sing in the rain.
Shop | Serena & Lilly
Fun for a kid’s room… or a powder room or study. Wouldn’t it look dignified on a brightly colored wall, like aqua or coral?
Shop | Zhush
Add matching zebra studs to your jewelry collection.
Monogrammed Guest Towels
Shop | CeCe Dupraz
Hands down, the most stylish monogram shop on the internet. CeCe Dupraz’s collection my favorite shop for gifts – and of course, things for your home (or baby!) too.
Shop | Lulu & Georgia
These little coasters are a subtle but sophisticated touch for a side table or a coffee table.
Zebra Bath Mat
Shop | Horchow
Jonathan Adler’s Zebra bath mats are a fun addition to a bathroom.
Shop | Shopbop
For your desk or nightstand, this metallic zebra dish by Jonathan Adler can corral your rings, paperclips, and other little items.
What animals have inspired your online shopping lately?