Leopard Fun is located up the block from Leopard, the main home shop that we reviewed previously. However you would never expect the stores to be related by the style of the items they carry. Only the name of the shop gave it away. Both stores carry well made items – but Leopard Fun has a heavy dose of whimsy – which is great for the kitchen.
Ignore the wallpaper and the seriously shoddy job of pasting the wallpaper on the wall – how cute are these kitschy clocks?
While the main Leopard is primarily black and white with flashes of color in between – Leopard Fun is color, color, color.
Even their grocery trolleys are colorful. I’m in love with the green flowered Hawaiian style one!
A great lamp – it’s plastic, but you wouldn’t know it. Not even close up.
They carry most of the big names in kitchen accessories such as KitchenAid and Koziol.
With a wide selection, ranging from the extremely helpful kitchen accessory…
…to the one that you buy for the person who has everything.
You can even get a bathroom set for your mom or aunt.
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