Antelope prints in home decor – always a popular topic around here.
Also sometimes referred to as deer or fawn prints, these antelope prints are also one of my favorite patterns, as you can clearly see.
Antelope Prints in Home Decor
I get so many questions about this chic print, especially our stair runners.
Today I thought I’d just go ahead and dedicate a whole post to this classic pattern.
Trends by their very nature, come and go…and then usually circle back again!
However, just like in fashion – there are some things that truly never really go out of style.
Of course I’m talking about antelope prints in home decor.
This nature inspired neutral pattern complements SO many different interior design styles, it’s no wonder it’s so popular.
If you too love this perennially stylish print, today’s post will be right up your ally.
Antelope Pattern Staircase Runners
Cosmo as a puppy posing on our back staircase.
Carpets with an Antelope print are probably the most popular way to implement this pattern in the home.
To that end, I think stair runners are the most popular way to use antelope carpets in the home.
However, I’m obviously very partial here.
The top photo is of our old stair runner in our former home.
I love this stair runner so much, I went with it again, only even more so – in our current home here in Connecticut.
This cute photo of our dog, Cosmo – reminds me to add how great this carpet is for hiding dirt in high traffic areas and of course also ideal for pet owners!
Learn more about the gray paint on the walls in our back staircase here.
I selected this beautiful pattern for our back stair case (above) and also for the stairs which lead to our attic (seen below.)
Antelope Carpets and Runners
our mud room runner – read more about the white paint color we chose here.
In addition to our stairs, I also went with this fun carpet in our mudroom hallway.
It’s not only pretty, and great for hiding dirt, but it’s also super durable.
Our carpet is from Stark, but there’s a lot of great looking less expensive options available.
I’ve gone ahead and featured several here.
This one below from Ballard is a great option.
Other ways to incorporate Antelope Patterns into your home.
In addition to stair case runners and carpets, adding throw pillows with antelope prints is another great way to incorporate this chic pattern into your home decor.
Below are two of my favorite examples.
Don’t you love the way this print looks in a pale blue?
I’ve been toying with the idea of adding some beautiful antelope decorative pillows to our living roo.
Haven’t hit the purchase button on this one yet, only because I’m worried about having too much of this beloved pattern in our home!
So there you have it, at least four fun ways to use this classic yet funky pattern in the home.
There’s even more ideas out there, but these are my favorite ways to use and see antelope prints in the home.
Weather you call this fawn or antelope or deer print, there’s no denying it’s a popular animal print pattern for home decor.
Almost as popular as leopard print patterns.
Fellow antelope print lovers, I’d love to see how you use this pattern in your own homes, let me know!
As always, if you have more questions, please feel free to shoot me an email or leave it in the comments below.
I always try my best to answer them.
Which reminds me… I’ve already answered a very popular inquiry about my three favorite white trim paint colors, just in case you too are wondering.
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