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At Home: The Wild, Wild West

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Inspired by iconic fauna, these five pieces will add a bit of animal spirit to your home décor

By Ellen Ranta Olson

Paper Chase

Barneby Gates’ wallpaper designs have a distinctly British feel, but many of the prints translate well into a Western home, like this stag skull and thistle pattern. Deer Damask in Duck Egg Blue and Antique Gold, prices vary, walltawk.com

Where the Wild Things Are

For a more playful take on the traditional animal hide rug, dress your floors with this whimsical woven version instead. House of Rym, $575, bon-boutique.com

Horsing Around

Sometimes less really is more. This simple sketch is the perfect addition to that gallery wall you’ve been working on. The Usual Suspects by Dan Metz, $900, legacygallery.com

Hide and Seek

Crafted from bison robe, hand-distressed leather and Colorado juniper wood, this is a chair fit for a king — or maybe just a cozy reading nook. Buffalo King Chair, price upon request, buffalocollection.com

Pony Up

Inspired by the spirit and allure of the American West, Colorado-based artist Maura Allen creates pieces beloved by museums and casual collectors alike. Her unique style of pop-art-goes-west is the perfect accent piece for any Southwestern home. Pony Road, prices start at $600, mauraallen.com

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