This bedroom beautifully matches two different kinds of imagery. First there is the snake wallpaper from Wallpapers4Beginners on Etsy. Second, the huge shelf right above the floor with framed art in different sizes. Idea: copy this look and put snake art on both levels. Fun!
Look at this cool, intricate snake art by illustrator Katie Scott for Urban Outfitters. We like the styling of the shelf; the snake art is part of an intriguing ensemble of curiosities. The print is not available anymore, but on Katie-Scott.com there’s this great Animalium Print with snakes, too.
Want to make a big gesture? Kelly Wearstler designed this fabulous snake carpet for the Rug Company. It’s insanely cool – if you ask us – and available in different colours. Want to see it live? Google and go to the nearest showroom.
Moody interiors are absolutely on the rise. This artsy illustration of a cobra on canvas is available at Etsyshop HeavenlyBeautyStudio. Due to the fact that this artwork has no frame, the match with the chalky black wall is super smooth.
These prints were part of the Menagerie Collection of BKLYN Designs, available in the Dwell Store back in 2015. The laid back, yet fresh styling of this room is still just too inspiring. Note how the snake is placed on a pile of books; perfect!
Are you a minimalist? This is how you rock snake art like a pro: put three black frames above each other and make sure you only work with art in the same colour range. This way you’ll form an exciting ensemble that’s still in sync with the rest of the room. Buy the snake print at Etsy shop ShortyLife.
Gucci is the absolute king of snakes when it comes to fashion. They adorn clothes and accessories, like this Gucci Lilith leather top bag that’s definitely high on our wish list. It’s rather pricey, so we’d better start saving money right away.
Now this is the perfect wall accessory for fashion lovers with a sense of humour: a Chanel inspired coral snake print. It’s available at Domino.com and the chic white frame is just perfect for a monochrome interior like this.
Be inspired by these graphic ‘snakes’ (and setting) from BlockShopTextiles.com. The art is inspired by the sidewinder’s undulating tracks in the desert sand and as you can see they are especially striking on the wall as a pair. Which is another growing trend in interior design!