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Here is a home improvement idea for the DIY, that is the do it yourself, residential builder or construction contractor.
Accent your home with:

Horse Mural

A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other permanent surface. A distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture

A backsplash is a necessary element of every bathroom or kitchen. It keeps water damage at bay. But why not take it to the next level and make it more than just functional? Make it a stunning design statement.
The alcove above a kitchen range or stovetop begs for a window. A window there is out of the question because of the heat and grease. The prime requirement of the area is that it be heat resistant, unaffected by grease and easy to wipe down. What could be better than a tile mural? A tile mural can depict a scene one might see out a window, a food theme or something dear to the heart of the cook.

You get the Highest Quality Horse Themed Glazed Ceramic Tile Mural. You also get the durability of Kiln Fired China Paint. Enjoy Free Shipping.

These are tiles we stock.

White Gloss
White Gloss
Daltile color number 0100
4 1/4" x 4 1/4" or 6" x 6"
Available at Daltile or Home Depot stores nationwide.

American Olean SL10 available at Lowes stores nationwide is the same color.

Bone Gloss
Bone Gloss
4 1/4" x 4 1/4" or 6" x 6"

American Olean SL11 biscuit, available at Lowes stores nationwide is the same color.


Almond Gloss
Almond Gloss
Daltile color number 0135
6" x 6" only
Available at Daltile or Home Depot stores nationwide



Call if you would rather use your tiles. The price is the same, you only have to get them to me.
PLEASE NOTE, use fired tiles only! Natural stone won't take the heat.
Most designs will fit on the smaller size floor tiles.


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Western Attire Tile Mural
Western Attire Tile Mural

Most cowboy attire, sometimes termed Western wear, grew out of practical need and the environment in which the cowboy worked. Most items were adapted from the Mexican vaqueros, though sources from other cultures, including Native Americans and Mountain Men contributed.

Bandanna is a large cotton neckerchief that had myriad uses from mopping up sweat to masking the face from dust storms. In modern times, is now more likely to be a silk neckscarf for decoration and warmth.

Cowboy hat is a high crowned hat with a wide brim to protect from sun, overhanging brush, and the elements. There are many styles, initially influenced by John B. Stetson's Boss of the plains, which was designed in response to the climatic conditions of the West.

Cowboy boots; a boot with a high top to protect the lower legs, pointed toes to help guide the foot into the stirrup, and high heels to keep the foot from slipping through the stirrup while working in the saddle; with or without detachable spurs.

Jeans or other sturdy, close-fitting trousers made of canvas or denim, designed to protect the legs and prevent the trouser legs from snagging on brush, equipment or other hazards. Properly made cowboy jeans also have a smooth inside seam to prevent blistering the inner thigh and knee while on horseback.

Lariat; from the Spanish "la riata, " meaning "the rope, " sometimes called a lasso, especially in the East, or simply, a "rope". This is a tightly twisted stiff rope, originally of rawhide or leather, now often of nylon, made with a small loop at one end called a "hondo. " When the rope is run through the hondo, it creates a loop that slides easily, tightens quickly and can be thrown to catch animals.

Spurs; metal devices attached to the heel of the boot, featuring a small metal shank, usually with a small serrated wheel attached, used to allow the rider to provide a stronger (or sometimes, more precise) leg cue to the horse.

This two tile decorative ceramic mural features a pair of blue jeans with a red bandana laying across the waist line and down the front.
It has an end of rope over the jeans with a cowboy hat over the rope.
At about knee level the rope passes through a single spur.
Standing in front of the jeans are a pair of tan and brown cowboy boots.

Horse Family Tile Mural
Horse Family Tile Mural


Black Stallion Horse Mural
Black Stallion Horse Mural

Horses Grazing Tile Mural
Horses Grazing Tile Mural


Mare and Foal Tile Mural
Mare and Foal Horse Mural

Rodeo Horse Mural
Rodeo Horse Mural

A decorative ceramic wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring a full color image of a brown bucking wild horse and rider with a slight cloud of dust under the horse.
All encircled by a rope, then a circle of various brands on a biege marbled background.
Also known as Equine Cowboy Buckaroo Broncobuster Bronco and Steed.


Remington Western Scene Tile Mural
Remington Western Horse Mural

Frederic Sackrider Remington (October 4, 1861 - December 26, 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialized in depictions of the Old American West, specifically concentrating on the last quarter of the 19th-century American West and images of cowboys, American Indians, and the U. S. Cavalry.
This decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen features a round image of two old time rough riders hearding horses across the plains.
The cowboy in front, wearing his chaps, leather vest, dark blue shirt and red bandana, is riding his brown horse at a full run.
The other cowboy in the background is riding a grey horse.
Behind them all are some rock cliffs and a touch of blue sky.
Also known as Equine Cowboy Cowboys Buckaroo and Steed.

Black Horse Mural
Black Horse Mural

This decorative ceramic porcelain tile mural has a black stallion running through a sea of blue and soft lavender.
Running behind it is a ghost horse in shades of pale blue and white.
Also known as Equine and Steed.


Farm with Horses Tile Mural
Horse Mural

This decorative ceramic porcelain tile mural is a rustic farm scene with a pond and horses.
It has two horses grazing on the autumn pasture.
Across the pond is a farm house standing in front of a grove of golden trees.
Its reflection can be seen in the pond.
Also known as Equine Ranch and Steed.


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