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Cheetah print bedding

Updated on February 17, 2011

Cheetah Print Bedding: It Pops!

A look at cheetah print bedding. It is hot and very versatile. You can choose many ways to use cheetah prints in your bedroom decor. There are new colors along with the natural cheetah print that we all love. Enjoy! Make your bedroom a place you love to be.

Cheetah print bedding

Wildly Popular!

Cheetah print bedding has always been around, but it is so very popular right now. Given the longevity of animal prints, it is safe to say that choosing a cheetah print bedding ensemble is also a very practical selection. Especially if you use the natural color cheetah pattern, you can change the color scheme of the room with only a few minor changes in accessories. However, nothing says hot and trendy like a bedroom dressed up in cheetah print bedding.

Pink is the new brown

(and purple, pink, green, etc...)

Pink is quite popular in cheetah prints, and the same is true of purple, blue, lime green, and bright orange. Were you aware that there are that many color variations available in cheetah print? One online bedding store offers three pages of color choices in cheetah. In regard to colors "popping," these neon colors with cheetah spots really do pop!

A cheetah CAN change its spots

Biologically speaking, cheetahs have a particular spotting pattern that is made up of solid black spots. However, when shopping for cheetah print bedding, you can fudge a little. There are designs with a snow leopard type of spot with a hole in the middle. Cougars have spots in a different shape, too, but it is still similar to a cheetah print. It may be that a slightly different size or shape of pattern suits your needs better.

Versatility

Cheetah print bedding is very versatile in many ways. As we said, you can find it in any color that you can imagine and then some! It is also very versatile when used in its natural form: solid black spots on tan or pale yellow background. You can use a completely natural color scheme, pulling in various complementing colors, both light and dark.

Using the natural cheetah colors as a backdrop, you can add other bright colors as a refreshing contrast. Currently, it is a popular trend to use bright pink or turquoise as an accent color with natural animal prints. Natural color animal prints can be very practical for use with changing décor over a period of time.

Comfortable in your own skin

Using cheetah print bedding gives you a very "hip and now" kind of look for your bedroom. It can also allow you to express who you are in this most personal of all rooms in your house. You can even custom design your own cheetah print, choosing colors and designs that please you. When you retire to your bed at night, you will enjoy an environment that has style and individuality that is all your own.

Plush and loveable Cheetahs to decorate your bedroom

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      ideadesigns 5 years ago

      Cheetah skin is awesome. Thanks for sharing your bedroom decor ideas. :)

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      auvanique 6 years ago

      I like Cheetah but i like LEOPARD PRINT BETTER .

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      sousababy 6 years ago

      My daughter loves cheetahs. These are very lovely ways to incorporate the cheetah pattern. Thank you for sharing.

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      Tracy Smith 6 years ago from Maryville, TN

      Wonderful lense on Cheetah print bedding.

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      Blackspaniel1 7 years ago

      Nice one.

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      Joyce T. Mann 7 years ago from Bucks County, Pennsylvania USA

      I love the cheetah look in clothing. Never thought of considering it for bedding. Thanks for the suggestion!

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      Virginia Allain 7 years ago from Central Florida

      I love a sleek cheetah, so maybe I should try cheetah print bedding. Maybe I'll dream about Africa.

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