The stairway descends upon the entry table, which features a pair of cubed wooden stools underneath and two lamps resting on either side of the horse sculpture. The mirror reflects the striped runner on the stairs.
The pitched roof of the bedroom allows for chic, cozy nooks. A burlap-covered bench is paired with textured pillows and simple artwork with a distressed frame, while traditional French doors lead out to a balcony with views of the farm's horse paddock.
Gray walls and matching gray upholstered furniture allows the accessories to stand out in this living room. A horse painting is illuminated by a black tripod lamp with a cream lampshade. A brown leather trunk doubles as a coffee table and ottoman, contributing to the masculine design.
A rustic wood table is paired with an antique print and tall, streamlined table lamp for an eclectic vignette in the guest house bedroom. The homeowners are avid riders, so a horse statue showcases their love, while a wicker basket underneath the table is perfect for hidden storage.
Framed paintings of whimsical owls above the dresser set a playful tone for this carefully curated nursery. A pair of wood horse statues on metal stands and greenery add texture to the top of the dresser.
Photographer Robert Petersen’s photo of an Icelandic Horse was the perfect jumping off point for inspiration. Crisp whites, muted blues and pale wood tones give the room a natural, dreamy vibe. With wood itself a high-priced commodity in Iceland, Brian opted for a stunning faux-bois wallpaper to complete the look.
Carefully chosen accessories make a good space great. Small horse sculptures seem right in place against the backdrop of a beautiful watercolor — almost as if they'd leapt out of the painting. The lamp lives large without feeling oversized thanks to its slim and tall candlestick base. Plants always make a room feel alive and complete.
A petrified and distressed wood horse sculpture creates a striking focal point on the hall console table that also includes a pair of bronze metal globe table lamps, fresh flowers and a tie-dye storage box with white stitching.
The craftsmanship of the historic 1906 building, once a horse stable and now brought back to life, is the foundation for the restaurant's design. The entire design team was passionate about showcasing the building's true quality and marrying it to a restaurant with the same standard for excellence. The design palette is restrained to ensure the natural bones of the space are truly showcased above all. A simple, natural palette of whites, wood and accented textures creates understated interest and elevates the original character and materials.