• Tracy Bulla

Wild Things

The latest objects of desire reveal a penchant for the exotic in the form of tantalizing textures and sought-after skins. Exceedingly decadent by design, these richly appointed offerings imply both luxury and a certain exclusivity that comes with seeking out what is not readily found.

Springbok hides are overdyed in sumptuously rich shades, enhancing the naturally variegated markings of the gazelle from Outpost Original.

The remarkable natural texture of the ostrich adds luxurious dimension to the highly covetable frame from Moomoo Designs.

Made Goods elevates a modern Parsons table to the max with a sinuous sea snake finish.

     Silken furs and supple leathers join a plethora of exotic skins - lizard, ostrich, snake and crocodile - as well as bold and graphic animal prints applied to hide and fabric. While neutrals are effortlessly elegant, the most directional designs come fantastically re-colored in dramatic, luscious shades. Layer them all together with abandon for a well-heeled abode brimming with sartorial splendor.

Tracy BullaTracy Bulla | Product Editor
tbulla@homeaccentstoday.com

Native North Carolinian Tracy Bulla has been Home Accents Today's product editor since 2002. As a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Journalism, Tracy's first foray into reporting involved covering the financial markets. This short-lived enterprise resulted in no great loss to the world of finance when it became apparent that the reporter could not balance her own checkbook. Tracy then followed her lifelong passion for fashion into the glamorous world of design where she is continuously in thrall to the lure of beautiful, well-designed objects of desire. Lo, Tracy's pampered Pekingese, shares her appreciation for exquisite style by choosing to only chew up the most expensively embellished Italian shoes.

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