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It’s no secret we’re smitten with animal prints. And now there’s a new one that’s barking for our attention： dalmatian spots. Like Cruella de Vil， we can’t get enough of this playful pattern. There’s just something so fresh and appealing about those black spots； they’re more imperfect than polka dots， but every bit as bold.
Allow us to introduce Dodie Beige Fabric by the Yard. Named for the author of the popular children’s novel， The Hundred and One Dalmatianspersonalized wedding gifts， our high-contrast， black-and-white graphic pattern brings spot-on style to even the most staid interiors. From throw pillows to drapery， you can use a little or a lot to get that instant wow factor.decorative pillow cases
Decorating with animal prints is a low commitment cost that yields high impact results. Just a touch kicks up the style in any room. For a fun change of pace， switch out the lamp shade in your office or change the look of a chandelier with our Dodie Shades. And because this classic color combination reads as a neutral， you can fearlessly add it into any mix.
Add aged brass nailhead trim to Dodie， and you end up with a lot more sophistication than whimsy. In a room full of creamy neutrals， pure whites and metallics， the matching headboard and bench？become an instant focal point —； and it doesn’t feel over the top. Using the same fabric creates a visual continuity and allows it to dominate the rest of the bedroom’s design.
As it goes with most home decorating trends， we first spotted this chic animal print on the runway. We like to think of our fashionable foldover clutch and cosmetic bag as an homage to the fabric’s runway roots. This holiday season， we’re taking it with us everywhere!
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