Fun with African Design Stencils
folk designs: tribal and ox masks, calabash carving, Ashanti carved head, and more add exotic touches to walls, floors, furniture, bedding, lamp shades.
African Accents: Fabrics and Crafts to Decorate Your Home
beautiful, inspiring photos of projects that you can easily do for yourself. If has great graphic designs you can copy and use for stenciling, stamping, etc. Chapters are devoted to each room of your home and the art of gift giving. Secrets and tricks are provided to lend your pillows, clocks and picture frames the professional touch.
Safari - which means journey in Swahili - conjures exotic images: romantic treks across desert plains rife with wild animals, journeys through dense jungles and down winding rivers, and the stylish indulgence popularized by early explorers like Captain William Cornwallis and depicted in movies like Out of Africa. Sumptuous photographs and inspiring text will entice those who want to transform their homes--whether city apartments or rambling country spreads - into exotic retreats that call to mind these breathtaking African locales. filled with dreamy mosquito netted fantasy rooms - A must for anyone with rustic/tribal/colonial sort of tendencies.
If you loved the interiors depicted in such films as Out of Africa, Queenie, and The English Patient, you'll adore the interior design of Safari Style. More than a few animal-print pillows and some swags of mosquito netting; it's about Old World elegance, pleasures of exotic travel, even if we only get to enjoy it from the comforts of a cushy mudcloth-covered armchair. Everything from salvaged heavy teak wood platform beds with misquote netting, baskets and carved masks in very rustic bedroom settings, to contemporary eclectic dining rooms with ever so slight touches of favorite and hard to find African objects strewn within more modern houses.
Give the bedroom an Out of Africa treatment Where the wild animals roam
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Decorating decor ideas to help create your safari jungle theme room
Create wild animal print theme rooms ... and bring the wild African safari animals to your walls ... with unique murals and life size mural stickups.
Decorate your safari themed bedroom, dorm, home, office, bathroom or playroom with animal print decor and novelty tribal decorative accessories.
Make it a fun rainforest jungle theme room for the kids, colorful happy animal zoo for the baby nursery, wild and funky zebra stripes for teens, and for the adults bring in a touch of romantic tropical safari style elegance to your exotic retreat.
Paint and decorate with earthy color schemes and bring the feel of the jungle home. Have fun with the animal print and dress up the headboard and enhance your bed with novelty safari or jungle theme bedding and add an exotic touch with a sheer canopy. Animal print accents mixed with more traditional fabrics will add fun to any room.
Accent the bedrooms with tribal style furnishings and unique decor accessories. Dark solid wood, woven rattan and bamboo will work well in the jungle inspired bedroom. Even if a safari adventure is just a dream for now, you can easily add some jungle drama with raffia walls, and floors with african inspired rugs - leopard spots, zebra stripes, tiger-print designs in faux fur or opt for natural woven textures.
Decorating Safari Theme Bedrooms
For Adults and Kids
Display handcarved wood figurines, tribal spears, traditional African clothing embellished with beads and jewels.
Add style and personality to your cabinets and furniture with novelty wild animal themed knobs and pulls.
And for the DIY decorator and traveller, relive journeys of the past in images from postcards and stamps decoupaged onto leather and decorative boxes, vintage cases, and desk accessories.
Giraffe Print - Leopard Print
Wall and Floor Stencils
For thousands of travelers, "safari" means vacation memories of a lifetime. This stunning, 200-page tour brings the reader through the greatest safari regions of Africa. Animals, landscape, light, movement; these elements define a safari adventure. Yet in each corner of Africa, a different scenario unfolds. What makes an elephant look different at the base of Kilimanjaro from an elephant in the marshes of Okavango? Why does a lion on the plains of Masai Mara look nothing like his counterpart on the plains of Etosha? How is a camp pitched in Zambia different from a lodge built in Kenya? Safari shows us the many faces of African countries renowned for their safaris: South Africa, Zambia, Botswana, Kenya, and Tanzania.
photographs of natural wildlands and wildlife taken by Art Wolfe. A few pictures
of African tribes people are also to be found amidst captures of lions, elephants,
monkeys, pelicans, and so much more. Africa is recommended for armchair
travelers, nature lovers, and anyone with an interest in the majestic splendor
and majesty of the African wildlands.
Serengeti : Natural Order on the African Plain
Spending 18 months on the Serengeti Plain of eastern Africa, Iwago captures in
nearly 300 extraordinary full-color images a world of calm beauty and quick
violence, where the daily drama of life and death for over two million animals is
played against a spectacular landscape.
The Circle of life : Wildlife on the African Savannah
Nature is frozen in its most dramatic moments here: a hyena carries off a dismembered giraffe leg in a light so vivid that one can almost feel the grizzled, torn tendons; lions roar in the act of copulation in a blur that captures the fleeting moment; a martial eagle crouches over a bloody bit of fawn in a photo with startlingly beautiful, painterly colors. The landscape is alive in a photo of two lions watching a coming storm; a spotted hyena. Readers get anthropomorphized wildlife ("Females, it seems, are the shoppers, and males are the sellers") on a regular basis thanks to Animal Planet-not exactly original commentary, but the pictures are awe-inspiring nonetheless. The authors highlight the delicate interdependence of life forms, with a chapter called "Scavengers and Decomposers," and the images themselves argue for the preservation of this vital wilderness
The Gathering Place Mural
Murals Your Way
British Colonial Elephant Tusk Sculptural Trophy
at design toscano
Heads Above Giraffe Floor Lamp
African themed Accessories
at design toscano
Style Animal Masks
Tropical Leaves Mural
at Murals Your Way
Black Rhinoceros Wall Trophy
safari sunrise wall mural
at magic murals
Gemsbok African Wall Trophy
Carstens Gold Rush Bedding
African Bedding at the home decorating store
Safari Candleholder at overstock