STYLISH WAY TO DAZZLE DEER FRIENDS BRING NATURE INTO THE HOME
COUNTRY but contemporary, the deer is an elegant way of bringing the warm feel of a farmhouse into the modern space while adding a bit of quirkiness
Ranging from the modern and bold to the soft and sweet, there is sure to be a deer-inspired product to suit your decor and mood — no matter what your style.
But be sure to restrict yourself to one or two deer pieces per room as too many would spoil the contemporary nature within a living space.
A feature is a feature for a reason. If you’re ready to take the plunge, we love this collection:
Dressed in sunshine yellow, this resin stag head is pretty as a picture; downthatlittlelane.com.
Oh Deer introduces vivid colour into your room in a single, borderless image. Perfect for any contemporary setting or as a centrepiece. Available in a variety of colours, the artwork is printed on cotton canvas then stretched and wrapped around a wooden frame; urbanroad.com.au.
Real pages from vintage dictionaries and encyclopedias are the inspiration for the charming and slightly whimsical Lexicon Art Moose Head range; ecochic. com.au.
Deer In Woods cushion cover is printed on soft-feel light canvas fabric; cumulusliving.com.au.
The jute storage basket with deer print and leather handles is a stylish storage option, zakkia.com.au.
Unusual and a guaranteed talking point, the dramatically different deer and gazelle coat racks/ hangers are an artwork in themselves. They can be used as a coathanger or as a decorative feature. Each coathanger has a slightly different grain of wood; ecochic.com.au.
Coming all the way from Italy, the fabulous Prince Charming deer heads are perfect for adding colour and character to your walls; happinessplace.com.au.
Artist Gabrielle Jones’ vibrant painting, Oz In Paris, is a sure winner in any space; papercartel.com.
Deerly beloved ... clockwise from above, Oh Deer artwork, Lexicon Art Moose Head, Jute storage basket, Deer In Woods cushion cover, deer and gazelle coat racks/hangers, Prince Charming deer heads and artist Gabrielle Jones’
Oz In Paris painting.
In sunshine yellow, this deer is as pretty as a picture.