5 fabulously fierce animal-print accessories you need in your life

Shake up your decor and include a dash of animal print in your scheme

animal print vase

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If you normally shy away from animal print because you think it's too in-your-face, you'll love this understated leopard-print Renee vase from by Biba at House of Fraser (opens in new tab). It costs from £32, depending on the size you buy, and would look fab on a dining table filled with fresh flowers or popped in the corner of your living room filled with a few craggy branches.

funky green zebre print bath mat

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Is there any better way to cheer up your bathroom than with this funky green zebre-print bath mat? By Jonathan Adler and available at Amara (opens in new tab) for £24, this eye-catching design will put a smile on the faces of adults and kids alike. Pair it with a mix of bold green and zebra-print accessories to continue the look.

animal print mirror

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Love animal-print accessories but can't decide which one to go for? Then this mirror is for you. There's a bit of zebra print, leopard, giraffe and tiger in there for good measure and we think it'd look great propped up against a wall in your hallway. It would certainly be a talking point when guests vists. It costs £99 and you can find it at Furniture Village (opens in new tab).

leopard micro plush throw

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Want a quick, easy and oh-so-affordable way to embrace the animal-print craze in your bedroom? Nip to George Home (opens in new tab) while you're doing your weekly shop in Asda and pick up the Leopard Micro Plush throw for just £6 and pop over crisp white bed linen for a hit of animal magic. Alternatively, fold neatly and hang over the arm of your sofa to grab on a chilly evening.

zebra print cushion

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Another fab and affordable buy from George Home (opens in new tab), this time it's all about the zebra print! This striking monochrome number is just £4 so we say why not treat yourself to two and pop on the sofa in your living room with a bright colour-block design nestled between them. Acid yellow or fuchsia would work perfectly.