ANIMAL HOUSE

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Anyone knows me knows that I love animal print anything.  There is a HUGE difference between the way I love animal prints and the way Snookie loves animal print.  When I incorporate any print into a room in my house, I keep it limited to one or two accent pieces.  You can go as big or small as you want as long as you stick to this rule.  If you decide on a rug, tie it in with a couple accent pillows.  And don’t make it matchy-matchy.  The more imperfect and irregular the print, the more authentic it looks.  This look can transform a room into a chic space, but it can EASILY go from looking chic to cheap if you go overboard.  You can create a super soft feminine vibe by incorporating soft, light colors.  I love the look of contrasting the animal print with bold jewel tones.

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