|Hermes bottle opener|
Growing up I shared a room with my older sister. About the only thing we had in common was an obsession with horses. We had tons of plastic and flocked specimens lining the shelves and dresser tops of our room. We would ask for our own horse constantly. My father, under the constant barrage of begging, caved and for 3 blissful years while living in Oklahoma we had our own horse. His name was Prince. He was white and had a gentle demeanor and was the most thrilling thing in our young lives.
|Horse studies-Susan Friedman for WSH|
We moved and said goodbye to our beloved horse. I continued to ride very sporadically throughout most of my life, but now it's been years. My daughter learned to ride when she was six, but due to costs and other interests, she no longer does either. But, the love for these beautiful and majestic animals has never diminished.
|The stable in my "Dream House" via|
Whether you ride or not, I think equestrian decor, artwork and fashion accessories can be an interesting addition to your home and your wardrobe!
Here is a sampling of some of the beautiful items I've come across:
|Ralph Lauren door knocker|
|Mary Sand bronze|
|Gunnison chair by Hickory|