Accessories. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 13:43:51 PM
Horses are featured in artwork from around the world, although most people tend to view them as solely additions to a Western-themed room with cowboys and Indians. Nothing could be further from the truth, and they are an attractive addition to almost any room with the right colors and textures. Whether you go all out and feature a life-size horse bust with matching horsehair furniture and accents or choose something subtle to finish the look of your room, horsing around is a great way to add something unique to your home.
Horsehair is a less than common idea that tends to be a little harder to find and most people today opt for faux horsehair. It is smooth and silky, the perfect choice for furniture or rugs in the living room or media room especially. It can be a little more on the costly side than a lot of other options, and it takes some special care to keep it looking great, but it is worth it if you want the perfect horse touch in any space. To find horsehair decor, it is usually easiest to use online resources unless you know a place that sells this type of accent. Artwork is the most common representation of the horse in our homes, from beautiful and stylish framed prints to busts, statues, miniatures, figures, and horses of all sizes and shapes. They can be incorporated into almost any decor style, even the most elegant styles, with the right artistic medium. For instance, a heavy bronze horse statue makes a perfect table or mantel centerpiece, while prints of painted ponies in matching white frames are very cute for a little girls bedroom. Another example would be matching classy bookends on a wood-finish bookcase or mantel, made from clay, silver, bronze, wrought iron, or even wood, depending on the rest of the rooms decor.
Many people around the United States are opting to swap out their foreign-made furniture, home accessories and other home decor items for locally made or made in the U.S.A. products. Unfortunately, dependence on foreign products has resulted in some shoddy workmanship for certain (but not all) products that are now being made (again) in the good ol U.S. of A. Here the low down on American-made home accessories and decor, including what you should look for and what you should steer clear of. Were all familiar with that little oval circle that says something along the lines of made in China, Taiwan, Thailand or some other far off exotic place. Many people today flip an item over and if they see that little sticker, or any other notion that the product has been made outside of the U.S.A., they set it down and walk away.
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