Snakes Are Having a Moment in Design, and We’re So Into It
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Updated Oct 11, 2018 2:48 PM
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We’ve seen our fair share of “out there” trends: Sci-fi lamps, bug-themed decorative accents, and amorphous pieces with a melt effect, to name a few. Suffice it to say, there’s very little that can surprise us these days—enter the latest mini movement to have hit the scene: serpentine-inspired decor.
From the literal to the abstract, and every colorful iteration of the concept you can imagine in between, snakes are the en vogue motif here to elevate our everyday essentials. Think candleholders, plates, and luxe catchalls. Read on to see the creative ways these trendy serpents are making a statement.
The only type of garden snake we’d allow into our homes. Fragrant hints of tomato leaf, basil, and lemongrass give this find an unexpected edge.
Finally, a bedside storage vessel worthy of your finest jewels.
Wallpaper that wows
Consider this a go-to for establishing a bold and dynamic focal point in an otherwise drab room.
Bar cart essentials
Revamp your spirit station with a serpentine decal that’s all drama.
A puzzle or game that has the power to double as a decorative accent is always a win in our books.
Serving sets for sweets
Slither into dessert hour with this modern, brass-etched stand.
An enigmatic take on a functional staple that’s all about making an artful statement.
We’d conjure up an excuse to use a magnifying glass just so that we could put this gold-plated piece on display.
A vibrant wrap we’d happily coil ourselves in.
A looking glass
Part mirror, part wall art, pair this wildly graphic piece with a sleek console for the entry.
Your color-coded titles will look a lot better sandwiched between these marble- and gold-plated bookends.
Pair this ornate stand with a saturated taper candle to give your mantel an edgy vibe.
Channel the micro trend with a cunning adornment made for the dining room credenza.
A saturated print for the brave little ones.