162,996 equestrian art Home Design Photos

Anthony Baratta LLC
Love the equestrian prints and plaid chair.
painting. Or, for a budget-friendly option, track down an oversize equestrian art book and delicately slice out a few pages to frame.2. Potted topiary. Grace your entryway with a cluster of neatly trimmed topiary in urns. If you can place the pots atop a round or hexagonal table in the center of a foyer
1. Equestrian artwork. Prizewinning racehorses and show horses have had their portraits painted since time immemorial — riffle through flea market stalls and booths at antiques fairs to find your own slice of equestrian history in the form of a vintage horse painting
Place related items near the bottom of the staircase. The placement of the equestrian photos at the landing foreshadows the larger painting that goes up the stairs.
“Staircase” — kikibee1
Marie Burgos Design
24 Reviews
Home Nest
horse art and cow hide throw
Since I am an artist I love the art to be the
for a table lamp. Side note: I love that horse artwork. If you're into equestrian art, you may enjoy this ideabook. More: A Touch of Chinoiserie How to Add Touches of Chinoiserie Browse more home design photos
Equestrian Chic works well with layers of texture. Equine artwork, exposed brick, hide
Embrace the elements. These homeowners are nature and animal lovers, and designer Marie Burgos felt it was important to choose art that made them happy and comfortable. This work by Patrick Wright is called "Passing By.""I use the principles of feng shui in all of my designs regardless
opposite forces of yin and yang to create balance, and the five natural elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, water) to create harmony," Burgos says."Animal art is a way to integrate a natural element in a stylish way. In this case, the horses, which are a noble animal with great energy, bring a spirit of openness
“painting” — Jody Carnes
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
True Residence
A visit to the True residence makes it clear that great efforts were made to bring the outdoors inside: vaulted ceilings, open wood trusses, equestrian art, warm wood tones and walls reflecting the green tones of surrounding vegetation immediately evoke a hunting lodge.
equestrian art
“Paint color” — becl25
Dona Rosene Interiors
13 Reviews
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
Accent wall and big art piece
love this style, and the horse art of course
Built-In Cabinetry, Fresh Wall Color (blue), Oversized Art (horse)
i love the paint color and art
ladder-back chairs and farmhouse tables build the foundation, while a fresh wall color and oversize art add character and provide enough interest that you can go without much other adornment. When choosing art, you can't go wrong with prints or paintings featuring horses, cows, sheep and other farm animals
“nice table” — Amanda Bernhardt
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Connecticut Estate
equestrian art
“desk” — Mozesky
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Princeton Restoration
equestrian art
“scari” — stefureac
Traditional Home Office
The equestrian pictures and wallcolor and lighting.
equestrian library/built in shelves
Bookcase, trophies,art
equestrian classic theme
Rich colors, collage art
The classic cozy equestrian look.
Equestrian art...equestrian corner
“study - mood and colour/cosy” — bashipashi
Otrada LLC
9 Reviews
Raleigh Custom Home by Otrada L.L.C.
Tad Davis Photography & Margie Shoop Equestrian Photography
absolutely love the touch of equestrian
Equestrian interiors
Margie Shoop Equestrian Photography
equestrian art...Layout, light, art...equestrian style...art lighting...art on canvas...horse art
“wall portrait” — laurielg
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