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Love them or loathe them, which-ever your sensibilities, they certainly make a statement in a room.  Gone are the days when antlers were consigned to dusty trophy rooms.  Now they’re used anywhere from a house in the Hamptons to modern high rise apartments.  I prefer antlers that are naturally shed, a big 16 pointer stag grows those antlers in 2 to 4 months, and loses them after he’s mated, only to regrow them again the next year.  There are also so many resin antler manufacturers, you really can go the humane way.  I love the organic shape they instantly give a room, and the natural colours are always a winner.

A wooden carved stag head, mixed with subway tiles and a collection of rattan trays, gives this veranda a lovely organic feel

Greige textured walls, mixed with old books and glass cloches

A gold stencil and stag antlers gives this bedroom a sense of serenity

An antler chandelier, old wood and stone tops makes this outside kitchen an inviting work space

An armoire and a drinks tray, combined with antique stone floor….


There is such a thing as TOO many antlers, I think…


A neat Scandinavian bedroom gets livened up with a collection of deer horns

Even a modern room can have a complete transformation with the help of antlers

A lovely display in one of my favourite interior shops in Cape town, Block and Chisel

A shop display in Selfridges.  A good idea, the old newspapers used as wallpaper…

Cool, classic french grey walls, crystal chandelier and antlers…

I love the very dark varnished floor

Elle Decor

Shop this look on 1st dibs

Dan Carithers interiors

Images from one of my favourite books, Creative walls

Decorative walls

Martyn Thompson

Velvet curtains and chocolate brown walls in the inviting home of Steve Shuck and Bobby Johns

A lovely display of natural curiosities

An all-white tableau of resin horns

Two of my favourite things in one room, skulls and antlers…

Mongolian sheepskin rugs add a lot of warm to a simple Scandinavian interior

Newport antiques

Antler lighting

Atlanta Bartlett

Antler furniture

I just adore this chest of drawers with horn handles

Wooden carved deer, gotta have one

A study in neutrals

Design within reach

Interior design by Kelly Behun

300 Point resin rack by Carolyn Salas

Whether you love them or not, a stunning natural curiosity…