Journey Into The Jungle Book With These Swoon-Worthy Spaces
Before you see Disney's latest adaption of the time-honored tale, reminisce about your favorite characters from the film.
I may be a grown-up, but I haven't outgrown the fun of Disney's The Jungle Book. With majestic jungle cats, spellbinding pythons and free-spirited sloth bears, the live-action remake promises to delight viewers of all ages. To prepare you for the film's debut, here are eight spaces dedicated to some of your favorite characters.
With a tree-covered mural and faux fur throw, this bedroom by Iverson Signature Homes is the perfect den for Mowgli's wolf parents, Akela and Raksha. The gray walls keep the space neutral and sophisticated, while the fur throw adds a cozy touch that any (man-)cub would love.
When I think of Mowgli's mentor and protector, Bagheera, I imagine black velvet fabrics reminiscent of his stunning pelt. With a smooth, navy blue sofa and a pair of black leather chairs, this luxurious sitting area by S&K Interiors does the panther justice.
In this transitional living room, faux snakeskin pillows paired with a black leather couch easily evoke thoughts of Kaa, the seductive python. The starburst accents are a nice touch, as hypnotic as the snake's deadly stare.
If my “cave” looked like this room by Kelly Sutton, I’d be as slow as a sloth bear in the morning. (No offense, Baloo.) The combination of hunter green walls and a faux fur throw brings just enough of the jungle inside without getting too wild.
The self-proclaimed King of the Jungle deserves a master suite seeped in gold, don't you think? Featuring a crystal chandelier and vine-covered wallpaper, this charming room from Von Poll Immobilien would be perfect for King Louie.
Even wrathful Shere Khan would find something to purr about in this sophisticated sitting room. Set against a backdrop of neutral furniture, the tiger-striped rug becomes a lively centerpiece and point of interest.
I imagine that Mowgli would be quite happy in this space by Liz Carroll. The green accents and animal-inspired toys keep the room’s theme close to the jungle, while the white walls ensure that the room matures with the man-cub.
The deadly "red flower" is a pivotal element of the film, desired by both monkey and man. Though more elegant than intimidating, this bold floral wallpaper by Lori Dennis will brighten your home and make your friends just as envious.