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Lonny's Top Pins of the Week: Flora and Fauna

Lonny's Top Pins of the Week
As we enter August, decorating ideas inspired by Mother Nature are at the forefront of Lonny Pinners' minds. When the animal kingdom is interpreted into sculptures or trompe l'oeil treatments, colorful birds and delicate bouquets lend a whimsical note to a room. On the flip side, decorating with live plants and authentic taxidermy can assist a relaxed, rustic vibe in a living space. Whichever look fits your fancy, read on to explore the most popular nature-inspired decor.

Perroquet wallpaper in a child's bedroom | Lonny.com
When it was time for children's clothing designer Emily Meyer to decorate her daughter Georgia's bedroom, she started with the walls.  Meyer chose a sophisticated and colorful wallpaper by Nina Campbell, which depicts a pair of perched birds mingling with butterflies and cut flowers.  

A front porch lined with rocking chairs and flower planters | Lonny.com
On a shaded front porch, a severe visual line of dark wooden arm chairs is broken up with planters holding bright pink flowering plants.  A collection of skulls is hung along the wall, adding a hint of country charm to the traditional outdoor space. Find more outdoor decorating ideas here!

A paper creation by Thuss & Farrell | Lonny.com Paper flower masters Thuss & Farrell wowed us with their rainbow wreath, which they designed for an upcoming birthday party.  How beautiful would this be atop a white-washed mantelplace or a sunny window sill? 

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