Another fun topic for this month’s Urban Jungle Bloggers: Jungle Animals! Now I didn’t want to go completely mad (and buy palm trees, or a tiger) so I just added a few of my vintage animal bits and bobs. And framed a jungle image. More about that further on.
Vintage things with animals on them is something I just can’t resist. Like this paper mache box (I have several) and bird pot. Love. The green wooden bird in the previous photo came from a tropical market here in the Netherlands, I’ve had it since childhood.
Beautiful, right? I think they are originally made in India.
Oh yes, the image. I saved it from an old (Dutch) Elle Decoration and it’s actually an image of wallpaper. How amazing would that look on an entire wall! I don’t recall what brand it was. If you do, please share!
Something I just realised, my very first Urban Jungle Bloggers contribution (back in 2013!) was also with a ‘wild’ animal: our very own cat Minky the Grey starred in it, look:
Um yeah, please don’t ask me about that orchid ;) The post was on my previous blog called Mouseblossom.
Want to know more about Urban Jungle Bloggers, see all the other contributions and find out how you can join? Visit their website: Urbanjunglebloggers.com And do visit Judith and Igor’s blogs as well: Joelix.com and HappyInteriorBlog.com.
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Hmmm yes I don’t believe that Minky the Grey would like a wild tiger as a house mate;) Some lovely vintage objects and ceramics. What is the plant on the top left? I’ve never seen it before, I love the leaves! M xx
Ha, no I don’t think she would. Thank you. It’s Phlebodium Aur. ‘Blue star’. I bought it as a tiny plant. See: http://mouseblossom.nl/babble/urban-jungle-bloggers-1-plant-3-stylings/ xx
What is that plant in the top left?
It’s Phlebodium Aur. ‘Blue star’.
Thank you! I purchased one yesterday, and of course it had no tag.
Beutiful collection, love it!
What a fun theme, right?
Love all your displays. Très chic and very sophisticated.
Beautiful vintage and ceramic pieces.
Hope you’re well x
Thanks Tina, oohlala! ;) Much better, thank you. Hope you’re well too xx