Why safari-inspired home design is trending right now

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It’s often touted as the trip of a lifetime – a safari that takes you across the plains of Africa, marveling at magnificent creatures in their natural habitat and sleeping among these animals in traditional canvas tents, as handsomely appointed as the Land Cruisers that carry one during the day. This summer we’re dreaming of an adventure like no other, but until our own African moment arrives, let’s create our own safari-inspired getaway thanks to these 10 transportation designs. Here’s how to implement a safari-inspired home design in your own space.

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Buckled casual chair Safari

The silhouette takes cues from the utility of folding camping chairs, but the bronzed frame and natural leather (even on the foot caps!) give this chair an elegant look.


Gardener of Eden photo

The legendary Peter Beard’s Gardener of Eden Photography – originally taken in 1984 – captures his love affair with the wildlife of Africa.

Carved details and a distinct wood grain pattern make this handsome side table the tailored addition that every library and living room craves.

Thibaut design

Textured wallcovering instantly transports a room into a different aesthetic – something more natural, organic and our natural surroundings.


Safari style: Exceptional African camps and lodges

Melissa Biggs Bradley’s latest book looks at Africa’s newest eco-conscious camps and lodges in seven different countries across the continent. You will love this book’s spectacular photographs that will fully capture your imagination.


Marseille sofa 2pl with right table

Alfonso Marina

The perfect sofa for a lazy afternoon features a side table for placing drinks, reading material, and a potted plant or two.


After a long day on the plains, a sophisticated chaise longue with orange piping is a chic place to rest.


Leaping Cheetah Wallpaper. Free wallpaper


Celebrating one of the most fascinating animals of the wild, this cheetah wallpaper will bring movement and imagination to any room.


Zephyr and agave dessert plate

Marie Daage

Hand-painted dessert plates mimic the natural rhythm of the African landscape with their shifting sand colors and soft brushstrokes.

from Le Cuona

The small feathery pattern of this silk jacquard makes us think of the grasses of the African landscape, swaying in the hot breeze.

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