All that cowboy

purveyors-of-old-west-pillowsGinny Davis of Homedale, Idaho, describes herself as being “Country when Country wasn’t cool.” (Is that even possible?)

When Ginny decorated her home and couldn’t find as much cowboy décor as she wanted, she decided to make it possible for everyone to bring Country into their homes.

The World Wide Web became her tool for reaching worldwide customers, and www.allthatcowboy.com has certainly become a Western designer’s dream. Even your pets can be Western with rustic feeding stations and beds.

Hand-stitched in Idaho, Ginny’s pillows come in elk, deer and cow leather, and she’ll also handle custom orders for leather pillows if she doesn’t stock any that match what you have in mind.

Cowboy babies can be cuddled in double-sided flannel blankets, with prints ranging from Rootin’ Tootin’ Cowgirl to Crazy Cow Spots. And you can ready your little tots for the roundup with various plush pony rockers whose ears make “gallop” and “whinnying” sounds.

But, of course, don’t forget to baby yourself.

Dress up your bathroom with a boot soap pump and a saddle-up vanity set with toothbrush holder, soap dish and tissue box cover.

Treat your friends’ hats with care by hanging them on rustic cowboy coat and hat racks that feature emblems, such as a lone star, horseback cowboy or star hook with longhorn and berries concho.

Don your cocinero hat and cook up Western grub in a stylish kitchen. Hang copper patina pot racks that offer 94 different designs. (With Father’s Day coming, you may want to get #224, showing a cowboy holding his young tot’s hand.) The horseshoe wine rack is also tops. And nothing’s handier for the dinner table than the copper patina salt, pepper and napkin holder, which also comes in various styles.

Cowboy lighting, picture frames, mirrors, coffee tables, wash stands, bar stools, Western throws … there are so many Western accents to give any home that much-desired Country look. If you ask us, we think that’s pretty cool.

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