You all know my love of Felix Doolittle note cards. I can’t get enough of the charming illustrated cards. Well, add equestrian magnets to the list! These personalized magnets are so charming!

Felix has two styles, aptly named equestrian and equestrian II, with the latter geared toward the younger equestrian. And they have a set for the fox hunter, which happens to be my favorite.

I think they would be great hostess gifts or maybe thank you gifts for your helpful barn owner or trainer.

Of course, they would look great on your own magnet board at home.

Available from Felix Doolittle for $25 a set.

 

 

While browsing for some art for my home, I came across the International Post Gallery. Are you familiar? It’s a treasure trove of gorgeous vintage and unique modern posters. I could hardly contain my excitement when I found the amazing equestrian posters. Just take a look:

I love the colors and vintage look of this one.

 

This one is very dramatic, especially with the horse’s fierce expression.

 

I really like the masculine look of this one.

 

Gorgeous use of pattern and color. The dog is great. Not your typical hunter and hound pair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beautifully royal! The primary colors would add a lot of pop to any room.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is fantastic for a children’s room.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As is this one, but in a more magical way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beautiful, aren’t they? It’s hard choosing a favorite.

This week’s horseshoe is a fun twist on the charm – a black horseshoe on a long chain.

Source: jcrew.com via Ashley on Pinterest

 

$22.50 from J.Crew.

It’s never too late…

December 19, 2011

1/ Black Beauty, 2/ Pendleton Throw, 3/ Dapple Gray Terrazzo Pots, 4/ Smythe Blazer, 6/ Long Gloves, 7/Get it Done Notepad, 8/ Leather Tote, 9/ Horseshoe Tray, 9/ Snake Skin Trousers

A perfect winter accessory.

Source: etsy.com via Ashley on Pinterest



$22 from Stella Saves the Day.

Workhorse Ornament

December 12, 2011

This guy would be perfect on an equestrian tree, wouldn’t he?

 

I love bristle brush trees. They add a sense of nostalgia to Christmas decor, and I think this Clydesdale is a fun version. At Shop Terrain, one of my favorite online stores.

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