Decorating Your House With Horse Art
Do you love horses? Are you as inspired by equine art?
Well, why not let the world see your love of horses? Everyone goes with landscapes and abstracts on their walls.
But why be a follower when you can be a leader?
Instead of going with the boring old trend, go with something chic which show your interests – like equine art.
Not only does equine art look exquisite on your walls, it is also unique. Here are a few ways you can decorate your house with horse and western art.
The Color of your Walls match the horse art
When you are decorating your house with equine art, everything matters – from the color patterns to the decorations. You want to choose a color that will associate with the horse and western art, like rich brown, cream, or taupe. These colors will bring out the beauty of your horse art even more.
The Art Speaks
Now that you are done with the color selection, let’s talk about the art you will be hanging on it. It is important that you contrast the wall color with the piece of art you choose to hang. If the wall is of a lighter shade, go with a picture with bold colors in it.
We know it is hard to pick the perfect piece to hang on the wall. There are just so many amazing ones, how can you choose?
Well, I will help you out in that too. Why choose just one, when you can choose multiple? How about decorating with several pieces when you dedicate a wall to your precious horse art, and arrange the collection closest to your heart artfully.
The horse art is not just limited to the walls; you can use it to decorate your house too. You can get the horse image printed on a throw, pillows, or even on a mobile cover for your phone.
Where to Get the Horse Art?
Now that you have decided to dedicate a room of your house to the love of horses, you must be wondering where you can get the art.
Well, that’s where Jody L Miller comes in.
You can choose a picture form my gallery to use as art. Or you can book a custom session to get that totally unique and one of a kind art of your own horse made especially for decorating your walls.
Jody Miller is a professional photographer specializing in Horse Photography, Equine Photography, and Equestrian photography. Her work can be viewed online here in her gallery section, and she is also featured at these Arizona Galleries: The Phippen Art Museum, Hart of AZ Gallery and Dragonfly Arts in Old Town Cottonwood and Coops Coffee House at Talking Rock Ranch. NEW Location coming soon in Prescott, Arizona!!