Estella Picks: Fiona Walker Animal Heads

Estella Picks: Fiona Walker Animal Heads

September 21, 2014

Fiona Walker Animal Wall Heads

Now available at Estella: Fiona Walker Animal Heads & Wall Hooks! The UK-based boutique label designs and creates beautiful animal-themed decor accents that add a lovely touch of personality to a baby’s nursery, kid’s room, or play space. Made from 100% organic wool felt and designed by Fiona Walker herself, the wall mounts have a single hook in the back (supported by a bamboo cane), which makes hanging them a simple task. Meanwhile, the wall hooks are attached to a distressed white wood back plate and are as charming as they are practical. Playful, unique, & imaginative, Fiona Walker’s pieces are a fun interior decoration piece that both children & parents will cherish. Which one is your favorite?






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