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10 Favorites: Are Bullhorns the New Antlers?

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10 Favorites: Are Bullhorns the New Antlers?

Julie Carlson June 28, 2013

Weary of antlers as decor? Are bullhorns the answer? Lately we’ve been spotting chic rooms decorated with wall-mounted bullhorns (both real and faux).

Above: The dining room at the Hotel Habita in Monterrey,  Mexico.

Above: A stairwell in a Boston loft by DSA Architecture.

Above: A kitchen in the Netherlands photographed by Hotze Eisma.

Above: A pair of wall-mounted longhorns from Texas spotted in a house tour on Free People.

Above: A pair of bullhorns in an entryway (see more at Home for the Holidays: A Modern Farmhouse in Missouri).

Above: Bullhorns adorn the dining room wall of Hanne Berzant’s Scandinavian flat; via Nordic Design.

Above: Interior designer Tom Scheerer’s own bedroom features a wicker bullhead; photo via The New York Times.

Above: Bullhorns in the home of Ashley Putman via Lonny Magazine.

Above: St. Helena-based designer Erin Martin created a nouveau western-style entertaining space with a Southwestern vibe; see the whole project at House Call: Napa Valley Barn.

Above: A wicker Toro Bull Head adorns a bedroom wall; $175 from Jayson Home.

 Considered Design Awards: Vote for Your Favorites in Each Category Once a Day

Remodelista Reader Finalists Remodelista Professional Finalists Gardenista Finalists
Best Dining Space Best Dining Space Best Architectural Feature
Best Office Space Best Office Space Best Indoor Garden
Best Kitchen Space Best Kitchen Space Best Urban Garden
Best Bath Space Best Bath Space Best Edible Garden
Best Bedroom Space Best Bedroom Space Best Outdoor Room
  Best Children’s Space  

Product Summary  

Wall Hangings & Wall Objects

Toro Bull Head

$175.00 USD from Jayson Home

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