This Wild Wallpaper Turns Your Home Into a Natural History Museum

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Ever had the urge to turn your home into a life-sized curiosity cabinet? Would you love to surround yourself with full-scale lions, oversized insects, and realistic depictions of human skeletons? Do you often construct your own personal Night At The Museum-style fantasies? If you’ve got a taste for the strange but are a bit short on space, this new Panoramiques wallpaper collection might be just the 2D accent to liven up your home decor.

The series is a collaboration between French design brand NeoDKo and Paris-based boutique Deyrolle, which has been a definitive outpost for taxidermy, entomology, fossils, shells, pedagogical boards, and all-around fascinating array of natural history ephemera since its eponymous founder Jean-Baptiste opened its doors in 1831. Though a fire nearly decimated its iconic Wunderkammer in 2008, the historical hotspot has bounced back into a better-than-ever bizarro wonderland of flora and fauna.

There are quite a few wallpaper options to choose from; for more info and to place an order, click on through here. [Architectural Digest]

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FartyMcPooPants
FartyMcPooPants

NOOO!!!!!

I've wallpapered more than my fair share of rooms in the past, patterned paper is the worst, as you have to mach up each strip with the next, you always end up wasting a foot or two of paper on each strip, and that's with a repeating pattern.

With a pattern like this? Where every strip is different, has to be lined up perfectly and in order? Sorry, but no.

It looks awesome, but it's not going to be worth the migraine it would cause to put it up.