Cross World Elephant Day & upcycled interiors…

what do you get…a blog post all about elephant poo paper of course!

Just kidding! Although I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to an elephant poo paper factory during my time in Sri Lanka I don’t think the process is quite interesting enough for a full blog post on the subject. I do love using elephant decorative accessories in my home interior and in interior design projects I’ve worked on, they’re such a beautiful animal that it’s good to be reminded of their existence as much as possible!

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Here are some of the elephant inspired upcycles I’ve come across that guarantee to make me smile.

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This family of elephants is hand sculpted from reclaimed wood by artist Andries Botha, I’d love them to visit a beach in the U.K sometime to see the sculptures up close. You can read more about them here.

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 Aren’t these miniature recycled metal elephants sweet? They are available to buy and view here. I’m lusting after one for LMH (I’d really like a lifesize one but our house size and bank balance wouldn’t agree with me), Pangea (the company who import them have a showroom not far from us so expect a full blog post on their designs sometime soon.

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We sold these recycled cardboard elephants back in the earlier days of the Little Mill House store, they’re stunning & made such a statement when I had one here at home (which I reluctantly sold to a lovely lady who fell in love with our last display piece). Due to costs we no longer sell them (thanks shipping & customs charges) but you can order one directly from Cardboard Safari.

How do you add a little safari style to your home interior?

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