This year is the Year of the Tiger in Chinese New Year. Tigers are considered strong, brave, and independent. These magnificent animals also represent courage and ambition. There are approximately 3,500 tigers that are in the wild. With the rarity of tigers and the Year of the Tiger in Chinese astrology, you too can incorporate tigers into your home décor. Or you just might have a tiger as your college mascot. Whatever the reason, here are some examples of how to use tigers in your home décor.
Tigers can come in many flavors within artwork. These are some examples of different types of artwork you can add to your walls or shelves as accent pieces. You can choose from prints or professionally taken photos. The amount of tiger prints on the market can go with most décor styles, just choose the one for your style.
Maybe you want a bigger statement that showcases tigers in a big way. Adding tigers in the form of wallpaper can make a big and bold statement as you can see with the variety of options offered here. Wallpaper is a great way to make a statement in your room. Here are some examples.
Use throw pillows to showcase the year of the tiger. These throw pillows can be changed each year during the Chinese New Year or any other time in the year. Throw pillows are also inexpensive décor that can easily be added.
Incorporating rugs into your home design can be a great option to bringing the tiger concept into your home. Look down in this case to see tigers on the floor.
Try incorporating furniture like accent piece stools or chairs. These can be great pieces to add warmth to a room while still bringing out your animal instinct.
Try incorporating tigers onto top of beds and tables with linens. With linens, you can also affordably make a tiger statement while also switching linens out more often.
Maybe you want a very small trinket to support the year of the tiger. Figures, glassware, and more items can add the benefit of bringing tigers into your home in a small but mighty way.
All in all, whether you chose strips or full size tigers, or chairs or trinkets, you can incorporate tigers and other like wild beasts into your home with simple ways. Either with bold statements or understated pieces. Here is to the Year of the Tiger.
Source: Zen of Zada