01/13/2013 11:27 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Faux Taxidermy Decor Trend Satisfies Animal Enthusiasts


On Monday, we shared a story about a home filled with, well, animals. Not live animals, but taxidermied animal carcasses. And the images of that home sparked a lively debate amongst our readers.

Some were absolutely appalled by the use of these once-living creatures as decoration in a home.

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While other readers admired the home's, ahem, lively aesthetic.

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But one thing we can likely all agree on is that nature and animals are beautiful by design, and we all like having beautiful and inspiring items in our homes.

So for every kind of animal lover, we have created a slideshow of "faux taxidermy," inspired home decor that even PETA would be proud of. No animals were harmed in the making of these items! Tell us what you think.

10 Pieces of Faux Taxidermy Decor, For The Animal Friendly

Would you place any of these items in your home? What do you think of "real" taxidermy decor? Tell us about it in the comments below or share with us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram.


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