It happens all the time, the fashion world gets inspired from the interior design world and vise verse.  This time around Safari is on the trend alert in some of the high fashion and decor magazines.

From what I remember of my first introduction to the Safari theme, it was walking into a Banana Republic store.  Everything in the store was made from khaki colored chino fabric  with a few themed t-shirts thrown into the mix.  It has changed for the better since those days!

Today the trend is brought into nursery room decor and kid’s room.  From gender neutral rooms filled with yellows and browns or little girl nurseries with pink polka dot giraffes and green elephants. I love the prints shown here from Sissy + Marley, they are fun and captivating!

Check out this safari nursery from Bellini, the Danny crib is dressed in a safari themed bedding and monkey mobile.

Celebrities approve of the trend as well, Bethenny Frankel designed her Bellini nursery in Safari using neutral colors and pops of yellow.  She also brought in the theme with wall decor from Oopsy Daisy art.

Did you design a Safari room?  Please share your ideas, I would love to see them!

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About Tracy

Tracy Wild has over 15 years experience in the children’s industry from working behind the scenes at Ralph Lauren children’s wear and DKNY Kids. Before moving to North Carolina, Tracy helped manage the Connecticut Bellini showroom, doing buying and running their online boutique, the bean’s closet. She is also a mom to Julia and Max.
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One Response to Safari is on the trend alert!

  1. Alison Mills says:

    If your going for animal-themed rooms then sheeps & Bears are the cutest! :D

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