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Horse Decorating Ideas for Your Home

You love horses, so why not take some of these horse decorating ideas and make sure your home reflects the thing you love most!

Hand-Painted Throw Pillow

The pillow features a snaffle bit, metal hardware and leather representing a bridle. John Morris of Lexington, Ky., paints each pillow to order, ensuring no two are exactly alike. $175.00;



Candle Holder Set

A pair of appealing stirrup candle holders can instantly class up any room. The set includes two different sizes, ideal for holding tall taper candles. Use white candles for a traditional look, or try black for a more modern and edgy finish. $134.00;



Whitewashed Table Lamp

This eye-catching lamp offers a touch of farmhouse charm and pairs well with neutral, modern décor. Looks stylish in a living area, or consider a pair for the bedroom. $59.99;



Embroidered Cocktail Napkins

Cloth napkins are a sophisticated way to bring an equestrian touch to a lunch or happy hour. A set of four white linen napkins are embroidered with a helmet, saddle, bit and boots. $45.00;



Wool Throw Pillow

Hook pillows instantly add cushy texture and a level of cozy to any couch or chair. The cover is handmade from 100% New Zealand wool. It’s warm and soft to cuddle up with. $63.99;



Glass Dessert Stands

Serve and store your favorite cake or desserts in upscale stands. Made from thick, hand-blown Italian glass and topped with solid pewter horse heads. Keep on display or use as a focal point of a kitchen counter or island. Starting at $70.00;


Horseshoe Marquee Sign

Light up your space with a rustic horseshoe marquee sign. The handmade steel horse-shoe will create just the right amount of ambiance for your kitchen, den or basement bar. It stands 24″ high. $149.00;



Washable Welcome Mat

Greet your friends and family at the door with this chic bit and bridle rug. It’s washable, durable enough to withstand heavy foot traffic, and won’t fade over time. $39.95;



Stirrup Document Holder

Leather and brass combine to make a refined desk and document organizer. The subtle design is well made and can be a lifetime piece. Great for sorting incoming mail on the entryway table or in the office. $180.00;


This article about horse decorating ideas appeared in the March 2021 issue of Horse Illustrated magazine. Click here to subscribe!

Raquel Lynn

Raquel Lynn writes the popular online equestrian blogs and Find her on Instagram @horsesandheels_ and @stablestyle.

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