Animal prints are fun. They are asexual and can be implemented in all different rooms. In my opinion, with animal prints, more is not always more. A splash of pattern here and there is a classy sophisticated way to say “hey, look at me! I’m not scared of prints!” Animal prints are also very home friendly because 1) they are essentially patterns and thus break up solid colors, 2) they are designs occurring in nature so there is a sense of organic shape to them that contrasts with clean lines and sharp geometry.
The zebra thing is like, seemingly, a big deal. While it makes me want to cry to think about a zebra’s skinned body lying on the floor of a living room, I get that it’s sort of iconic and like safari-ish and has pattern and texture and yadda yadda. But a printed pillow, a wallpaper, or an upholstered something or other adds a dash of spice especially to colorless rooms. So have fun with your wild side and animalize your home!
 For the most part
 This is where our dear friend Snooki finds problems. Pink cheetah print is not really sophisticated.
 I am not a vegetarian and I work with leather all the time. But there’s something about animal skins that just plunges guilt into the deepest pits of my soul.
 Be careful.
 AKA NEUTRALS.