Choose From A Huge Selection Of Safari Decor StylesThe Masai Mara - Kenya pattern is conveniently available in an assortment of decor products from wall art, to body pillows, to custom size rugs and curtains, and even backdrops or custom size shower curtains.
Style Your Entire Rooms DecorEntire Safari themed collections are available for your bedroom, bathroom and almost any room in your house. Have you thought about a new plush rug for your kitchen?
You Can Customize This DesignWe can change the background color or any color within this pattern to ANY shade you want. We can also add a personalized message anywhere within the graphic. VisionBedding’s personalization choices are nearly endless. Let us adjust the orientation or the main object within this particular Masai Mara - Kenya pattern.
What wall decor says about your house.Correctly arranged wall décor gives any zone in your household a character. Ensure your walls narrate a story or describe a feeling. When clothing your walls, observe how the art relates to your home. Figuring out a special palette for a distinct room can be hard. You’re the only one who can decide what charm you are going for. Many shades of color can positively touch human senses and action. If colors change how cheerful we are, we need to use them! Details can also alter the mood of a room. Bring in variation by working with accessories in the zone you’re working on. Always retain an open attitude when selecting what to put on your walls. The piece that you are not sure about could become the most interesting piece of a space, so detach yourself from constraint. If you cap yourself in your home, how will you do the incredible things that are waiting for you in this life?
Be Skilled With Your Window TreatmentsYour new Safari curtains have a large influence on the look and feel of your area. Hanging curtains higher and wider will give height to an area. “...hang your curtain rod six inches wide and 12 inches high past the window frame,” says Shelby Girard, interior designer at Havenly. Avoid weighted and/or somber textiles in small rooms, as they can cause the room to seem even tinier. Add softer shades and lighter textiles to bring in more light and to help the room seem larger.
“Color does not add a pleasant quality to design - it reinforces it.” Pierre Bonnard