Want to give your home a touch of global mystique that doesn’t take itself too seriously? No prob-llama. Design’s newest muse is the quirky cousin to the camel that has no hump, but couldn’t care less. Exotic yet down to earth, this is a trend to embrace without thinking twice. Llama drama up and smile each time you come home.
From across the pond comes the Steampunk Llama art print, created by printing one of UK artist Kelly Stevens-Mclaughlan’s droll illustrations onto the pages of an antique book from the 1800s. Available in five sizes. Options include matted and framed versions. $24.50-$225.
The Gold Llama accent table lamp base illuminates and amuses. $28.99.
Lather up in style with the whimsical Llama Llama Print shower curtain. $19.96.
Llamas herd sheep, so why not doors? The Llama Butler doorstop is designed with a sand-weighted bottom that’ll keep any door in its place. $32.
Crafted of high-fired stoneware by artisans in Peru, Jonathan Adler’s Menagerie Llama adds a dash of trendy muted color and tone-on-tone texture. $78 each.
A little llama goes a long way with Kitsch’n Glam’s Llama ceramic measuring cup set. It stacks vertically to save storage space. Set of 4 (1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup, 1 cup)/ $24.11.
An unexpected tea time guest (also a fun stocking stuffer), the Como Llama tea infuser is BPA and phthalate-free. $10.
Practical and pretty (love those eye lashes and perky ears), the Llama storage bin makes kids and kids-at-heart simply want to store more better. $35.
And for the doggy llama in your life, how about a Llama pet bed cushion? Hand-made in the Pacific Northwest, this comfy cushion is durably stitched with a zipper along one edge, and can be hand-washed. Available in three sizes, unfilled or filled (+$15). $38.25-$58.65.
There’s a llama at your door. Sure, he can be a tad dramatic. Still–invite him in and have a little fun.