We've talked about equestrian luxury stables, but what about homes with exquisite equestrian style? Let's face it...you're probably not going to live in a barn (although I did come across a Pinterest board with 1000 followers that said "I want to live in a barn someday" ....so maybe there are some people that actually plan on living in a barn!). Hopefully this is a converted barn...I'm not sure a stall is the best bedroom unless you plan on going to work or school covered in shavings like this guy:
So, if you do want to live in your home and still incorporate timeless and luxurious equestrian decor, we're here to help (and keep you from smelling like a barn 24/7 - don't get us wrong...we love that smell, but perhaps it's best for that smell to only last a few hours a day!). There are plenty of ways to incorporate equestrian style into your home. Below are our favorite picks.
Ralph Lauren's Bedford, New York Residence
Best of both worlds? A converted barn becomes an unusual but wholly functional living space for the equestrian family. Roll up the doors for an indoor/outdoor experience.
Rustic and Old European
Italian modern. These horse portraits are just perfect.
Duke and Duchess of Windsor's home. What symmetry!
Perfect balance of contemporary and western