Guest Picks: Everything Horses
I think this works equally well in kids’ spaces and adult’s rooms.
I love how this horse is mid-run/jump and that his tail is flying back behind him. It adds some movement, energy and whimsy to any bookcase.
Wow! This rug is just gorgeous. I’d love it for a boy’s room. I could see my kids and I laying on it and staring at it, getting lost in the story.
I can’t stop thinking about this artwork. I love the combination of sketching and real flowers together in one piece. I think it would be charming in a girl’s room.
I’d hang this photo in my living room. I like the glow of the sunlight. I really don’t think I could get tired of looking at this beauty.
This fabric almost looks like a storybook illustration, and it would be perfect for a duvet cover or even curtains in a kids’ room.
Graphic and whimsical at the same time, this fabric is perfect for a nursery — maybe on a bumper cover or some throw pillows. I’d paint the walls a deep navy and keep the furniture white and bright.
This is the cutest lamp for a kids’ room or nursery! I think you could also move it to an office or library when the kids outgrow it.
This is a vase, but I'd be tempted just to put it on a bookshelf for styling purposes.
This is very pricey, but it’s so beautiful. I’d love to set it on a nightstand or on top of a stack of books on my living room side table.
I like the idea of using these ribbons as a decoration somehow — maybe in a shadowbox or as a component of a wreath.
The color and texture of this piece are beautiful. I’d love to add it to a bookshelf or desk.
Every kid wants a real pony, but this could be a good consolation prize! It’s soft and beautiful and could add excitement to a lot of make-believe adventures.
This toy is great for imaginative play. It will keep the kids busy for hours, and it’s just the right size for taking with you on the go.
I love the texture and movement in this painting. The colors are soothing and perfect for a bedroom.
Sticker books keep my kids happy in the car. These ones from DK are educational too. The kids learn a lot and get to have fun with stickers at the same time.
I haven’t read this, but the cover art is so compelling. I’m sure my girls would love it.
Jan Brett’s books are among my kids’ and my very favorites. We haven’t read this, but it’s on our list to find at the library.
This is a classic that gets a lot of play in my kids’ bedtime reading rotation.
My girls and I haven’t read all of the American Girl historical books yet, but so far, this has been our favorite series. Felicity is a girl who loves horses, so if you have a young horse lover in your house, she’s sure to love these stories.Next: Houzz Tour: Rocking Out in a Converted Stable