Bridle in hand we go!
Weekend is upon us, time to get back to the countrylife. Time to look into newer digs for the steeds, I see a fall project in the works! It is time to get the hay baled and put up for the winter, that also means lots to do and lots to work out. Forth of July always seems better from the view off a large round bale of hay.
Next week it is finally here as is the heat too.
Carry and Cantor on this weekend.
Living quarters above the horse stables in this live in and out barn.
A neat and tidy way to organize the boots, bridles and tack.
This interior of the barn is so gracious and almost seems reverened in spirit.
A refurbished carriage house turned into a cooks kitchen.
More bridles, reigns, and headstalls.
Love this Spanish tack room and organizational storage .
This tack room / living quarters in more Swedish in feel and Country French in feel.
Also a fan of sliding barn doors inside interiors as well as used in barns and carriage houses.
This English barn also doubles for weddings and lectures.
Dances and gatherings for groups and local events.
This English barn is trandformed into another place for a celebration. I think my ordinary rental space is being rethought, what a rustic and wonderfully magical place for a celebration.
Though a little very Southern and to the East a wee bit; this African campground is so Out of Africa. I had to include it too. Love the foldable furnishings, just right faded rug and the leather cases and patterned pillows.
What brave horse and riders to be in the tall grasses!
Finally, a place to hang your hat.
Dallas design, English; Surrey, Cotswalds, French design, Spanish design, Kenya.