Spotlight On: Horse Sculptures

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Ever since we saw the cover of Nate Berkus’ book “The Things That Matter” we’ve been pretty darn fixated on horse sculptures.

Nate Berkus: The Things That Matter

Nate Berkus: The Things That Matter

We suppose its because they look so regal and elegant and at same time have a commanding presence that immediately catches your eye.

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Whether mixed with books or left standing on their own, they make wonderful additions to any bookshelf. ( Images from Elle Decor US and Restoration Hardware)

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They also make quite an impact when placed on side tables or consoles. ( Photos from Elle Decor US).

Get the look:

We love L’Indochine’s distressed white horse sculptures! They come in a creamy white finish and subtle gold flecks. They would look sensational over a Vito Selma coffee table, paired with a simple gold tray and pretty orchids. A stack of books and a signature scent complete the look!

L'Indochine Horse Sculptures P2199.75 to 3299.75

L’Indochine Horse Sculptures P2199.75 to 3299.75

 

L'Indochine Horse Sculptures, Daphne Home Scents, Vito Selma coffee table.

L’Indochine Horse Sculptures, Daphne Home Scents, Vito Selma coffee table.

 

Do you guys like decorating with sculptures? Do share!

 

C & L