Decorating with Natural Curiosities

Decorating with Natural Curiosities

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Marcia Prentice
Nov 18, 2011

Yesterday's house tour post, Bradley's Mini Historic Echo Park Home, stirred up quite a conversation about natural curiosities - skulls, bones, science collections, and the such. Some loved it and some just thought it was creepy. I personally have a fascination with natural curiosities.

For those that love looking at and collecting natural curiosities, you are not alone. I rounded up a handful of inspiration images of other skulls, taxidermy, and other weird, but cool decorative accessories. What do you think - do you love natural curiosities as home decor?

Top Row:
Camel Skull: Bradley's Mini Historic Echo Park Home
Caitlin's Studio: Caitlin Creates an Artist Retreat in the Hills
David Letter-Man: Voila!
Taxidermy Obsession: Design Wonderland
Glass Pixel Cell Rabbit by Kohei Nawa: Colossal

Bottom Row:
Hanging Skull: Chris' Industrial "Dreamer's Dream" Loft
Saber Tooth Tiger Bone Clone: John & Sophie's Modern Desert Home
Bone Table Lamp: OutsaPop
Mounted Skull: The Selby
Nature Art: Kathryn & David's Mix of Modern & Craftsman Apartment

Images: As linked above

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