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Images by Katerina Dima
Scandinavian styling has used animal imagery quite extensively, especially deer and sheep. It is hard to find a house without at least one sheepskin draping a chair or a sofa and further more, a cabin on the mountain without a deer skull on the door. However skull decorating is not just a Scandinavian styling choice, in fact in many other parts of the world skull carving is considered an art. In Bali , skull master carvers transform bones into an outstanding piece of craftsmanship. As part of their artistic and cultural heritage, the art of carving or sculpting bone has always been an authentic Balinese tradition. Skull Bliss is bringing a variety of artfully carved skulls directly from Bali, all exclusively cruelty-free. They are great as statement pieces on their own but they also match beautifully either a rustic styled space or even a completely modern one. They can be used indoors as well as outdoors, they are bound to catch your eye with their intriguing design , mesmerizing symbols and tribal ornaments that are carved on them. Visit Skull Bliss if you would like to see more designs and their provided selection of carved cow skulls, buffalo, ram and horse skulls.
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Styling and photography by Katerina Dima unless otherwise stated.