Henri Rousseau’s paintings often included animals in a wild landscape. This self-taught painter was derided during his lifetime for having a childish style, but he influenced many later avant-garde artists (and is also especially kid-friendly as a result of all of those animals). A botanical wallpaper, similar to Rousseau’s leafy landscapes, adds a funky, tropical ambiance. A zebra print bench brings a little wildness to an otherwise traditional shape. A brightly colored pendant lamp features a menagerie of beautifully embroidered animals. An animal-themed pillow uses the same embroidery techniques, continuing the animal-friendly theme.