Beauty and the Beast

We asked Amy Foster, gallery buyer for Showroom@Furniture Row, for the season’s top trends. Animal horn, hooves and hides are making a sophisticated comeback.

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1. Sidelong Glance
This portrait looks at buffaloes from an artistic point of view. Left Bank Art Just Chillin’ glass-coat- ed 40-inch by 40-inch artwork, $889

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2. It’s Got Legs
A handcrafted bench covered in Tibetan lambskin with bovine-shaped acrylic legs? This Massoud design will make a great entryway discussion piece. Massoud Grace hooved bench, $2,019

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3. All Fur One
Swap a leather accent chair for a furry alpaca option. We promise that it makes for a very comfortable seat. Eleanor Rigby linen alpaca accent chair, $4,499

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4. Go Faux
Black lacquered and faux horn legs, inset glass and brass-edge corners make for a unique tabletop. Theodore Alexander Cutting Edge end table, $1,459

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5. Go Faux Once More
You can get Theodore Alexander’s faux horn look, too, in mirror form. Theodore Alexander Cutting Edge large mirror, $1,869

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6. Statement Storage
Whether you use this piece as a dresser or as creative storage space, the bone-inlay Bernhardt is a showstopper. Bernhardt herringbone dresser with bone inlay, $2,229

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7. On the Bench
Guests will want to test out this Massoud bench, which showcases hair-on-hide skin embossed with a zebra pattern, plus modern metallic legs. Massoud Silver Lake ottoman, $1,569

All items can be found at furniturerow.com.