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One Zebra Rug, Two Ways

The zebra trend is pretty played out at this point, especially when you're talking about genuine animal-hide rugs. But, now there are plenty of zebra print rugs that are actually hooked, and don't endanger any poor zebras. I love the Liora Manne Ravella Rug ($119-$1,349), which has a sort of charcoal-color zebra print. I thought I'd see if I could create two different looks with the rug, beginning with the most obvious, Hollywood Regency. I went for a some tufted velvet, lots of gilding, some graphic shapes, and nailhead trim to add glamour to the wild thing.

To see a much more rustic look I created with this zebra rug,


For a rustic look, I went with plaids and leather textiles, a faux wooden moose head, and a tree-trunk lamp. But, I added a dose of modernity with a slick red side table and a silk throw pillow. Which look do you prefer?

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pargie pargie 8 years
I like the first room. I wish I could afford those pieces.
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Ew, who would use an actual zebra hide?
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