Guest bedroom #1 features powder blue walls, simple blue window treatments, a tuft-upholstered headboard, white metal chandelier and the aforementioned bovine decorating motif.
A cow skull and Edward Lentsch art sets a clean, simple Southwestern mood in this elegant hallway.
Cow hide print applied with nailhead accents covers an antique table in front of the living room sofa.
A grand piano reigns supreme in this foyer, with a cheeky cow hide rug and colorful gallery wall for company.
Mixed materials—lucite chairs, metal table, cow hide rug—create a dynamic play of lines, shapes and textures in this dining room.
This living room takes its look in an exotic direction with animal print elements: the cow hide rug and a chair with tiger stripes.
Tractor-seat stools add an agrarian touch to this country kitchen, and terra-cotta floors with Moravian accent tiles featuring cows add to the farmhouse feeling.
This office is polished and masculine with a unique airplane wing desk, herring bone tile floors and cow skin chairs. Grays and browns comprise the color scheme.
A clear glass moth lamp sits atop this sleek midcentury modern cabinet. Modern art graces the wall, while a cow skin rug dresses up the hardwood floor.
HOME OFFICE, AFTER: The office in this renovated home, is sleek and masculine with an airplane wing desk, herring bone tile floors and cow skin chairs.
A brown tufted sofa is paired with a cow hide rug to mix modern and eclectic design styles, creating a relaxing nook in this contemporary living room.
A life-size fiberglass cow painted in reds, pinks, blues, yellows, and greens hangs on the wall in the men’s restroom, continuing the visual playfulness of the home-like restaurant.
A soft color palette of gray, white and powder blue makes this family room feel inviting and homey. A fireplace warms the space, and cow artwork adds a whimsically country touch.
Oversized bold artwork makes a dramatic statement in this eclectic hallway. Abstract pieces contrast against the cow portraits, while the space is grounded by hardwood floors and a graphic area rug.
Mismatched chairs in the same shade of pink are placed around an antique dining table. Wire shade pendants, a cow painting and cornflower floral curtains complete the country look.
The upstairs stair landing keeps the rustic theme going with a wood-paneled accent wall decorated by cow skulls. A black barn door is the entrance to one of the rooms.
Large windows fills this neutral transitional living room with natural light. The simple, tasteful furnishings are accented by a cow skull, gifted by neighbors Nancy and Ronald Reagan, mounted above the fireplace.
Rustic items like the wood trunk/console table, dining table and cow hide rug bring an earthy element to the open plan space. Pops of color (love that blue front door!) are fresh and energizing.