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Hang Up One Of These Faux Taxidermy Heads

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We love this quirky, tongue-in-cheek take on the ubiquitous taxidermy trend that was recently featured in Country Living Magazine. The faux bull, moose and deer heads are fashioned from humble materials such as wicker, recycled pages from a book or carved wood, so they're completely animal friendly. What's more, the whimsical beasts won't put that much of a dent in your pocketbook: The papier-mâché rhino from Anthropologie goes for $68 while the Ballard Designs woven steer will set you back a mere $49. See the full Country Living slideshow.
 

 

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