Following the Easter holidays we are perhaps all wondering where exactly did we stuff all of those fantastic Easter treats? Here at Amelia Pearson Interiors we decided to take the feeling of being 'stuffed' to a whole new level by visiting the incredible Natural History Museum in the small Hertfordshire town of Tring.
Anyone blighted with Doraphobia (fear of fur or skins of animals, not a fear of anyone called Dora!!) should avoid the museum at all costs. Yet, for everybody else the museum will present a fascinating and intriguing (albeit slightly morbid) glimpse into one of the world's largest private natural history collections ever assembled.
If real taxidermy specimens are not your thing, you can still integrate the concept into your next interior design project. The children's play room below is taken from one of our latest interior design projects in Buckinghamshire, and is broadly focused around a fun and colourful circus theme. The stunning soft toy stuffed animals were sourced from Hicks and Hicks and we think they really 'bring to life' a plain wall!
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