It’s that time of year again – all you horse lovers everywhere rejoice!
It's the start of the Triple Crown with the Kentucky Derby leading us out the gate. Elle Decor has a timely piece on this beautiful, 100+ year old horse barn that underwent major renovations for today's living. (click here to see full story and more images)
I'm obsessed with this dining room - one could host some serious soirees in this space!
This study/family room is a the old hayloft - it perfectly balances open and airy with comfortable and cozy.
My favorite room is this this bedroom - in no small part because of the amazing twig bed. This is certainly going in my files for my one day lake home.
On the subject of bedrooms - Serena & Lily incorporates the horseshoe on a couple of its great linens.
This 100% cotton quilt would be perfect in a boy's room. I love the contrast stitching around the edge.
This horseshoe sheeting fabric in butterscotch with white is also available in a reverse color-way. You can customize any bed linens in this fabric (sheets, bedskirts, pillows, etc.) through The Shop.
Heading to a Kentucky Derby, Belmont or Preakness party and trying to think of the perfect hostess gift? These three gifts are sure bets and fit a variety of budgets:
These horseshoe soaps are a staple at the shop and perfect for the host who loves horses! They have the most amazing almond scent! Available at Gramercy (not on website yet but call the shop and we can help you out).
Equestrian Style. A well-edited collection of beautiful homes and rooms. It's the perfect gift with a nice note to the hostess on the front page. Available at Gramercy (not on website yet but call the shop and we can help you out)
I came across these embossed, leather coasters with real horseshoes at Gumps.
Now, my next mission, finding a fancy hat for a Kentucky Derby party tomorrow. Oops! I'll be a busy girl tomorrow morning. Do any of you have fun plans for the Triple Crown season? Send pics if you get "all done up" and have fun!
Pictures via: Elle Decor, Serena & Lily, Gumps