In the 60s, leopard-patterned cloth was all the rage. Back then, it seemed that every other sofa was upholstered in it, or at least sported several leopard throw pillows. You don't see leopard patterns often these days, unless you wander, as I did, into the master closet of a home once owned by a former Bull.
Tyson Chandler's Northfield home, which he purchased at a cost of $4M and reportedly upgraded to the tune of more than $1 million, just closed at a purchase price of $2.1M after more than 4 years on the market.
I suspect the new owner will recarpet the closet and perhaps conform the vanity heights you see pictured below in the master bath.