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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 Tile

26 Horse Accent Kitchen Shower Bath Tiles
& Stair Riser Tiles

You Get Top Quality Horse Tiles @ Affordable Prices. You deserve the durability of Kiln Fired China Paint. Enjoy Free Shipping.

Showcase your stairs with colorful risers instead of letting your stairs blend in with their surroundings. Your stairs are the first thing people see when they come into your home. Transform that look!
Stair risers are the upright sections between stair treads. Risers are often referred to as the toe kick because as you climb the stair your toes kick it.
Decorative tiles are the perfect design accent for a stair riser and for complimenting other wall tiles.
International building codes require a riser height of four to seven inches. Check your height before ordering.

 

The horse is a symbol for velocity, vitality and beauty and it represents power like that of the wind, storm, fire and waves. They gallop and trot, whinny and neigh, capturing our imagination and our hearts.

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
Interceramic
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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Rodeo Cowboy Horse Tile
Rodeo Cowboy Horse Tile
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A decorative ceramic wall tile 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.

Cowboy Silhouette Horse Tile
Cowboy Silhouette Horse Tile
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A cowboy is an animal herder who tends cattle on ranches in North America, traditionally on horseback, and often performs a multitude of other ranch related tasks. A subtype, called a wrangler, specifically tends the horses used to work cattle. In addition to ranch work, some cowboys work for or participate in rodeos.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring the silhouette of a cowboy
on a bucking bronco with a background of cactus and a pink and purple sky.
Also known as Equine Cowboy Buckaroo Broncobuster Bronco and Steed.

 

Remington Western Scene Horse Tile
Remington Western Horse Tile
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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.

Mustang Stallion Horse Tile
Mustang Stallion Horse Tile
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In 1971, the United States Congress recognized Mustangs as "living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West, which continue to contribute to the diversity of life forms within the Nation and enrich the lives of the American people." Today, Mustang herds vary in the degree to which they can be traced to original Iberian horses. Some contain a greater genetic mixture of ranch stock and more recent breed releases, while others are relatively unchanged from the original Iberian stock, most strongly represented in the most isolated populations.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring
the wild spirit is evident in these two fighting Mustangs.
Only the strongest will dominate.
Both are on their hind legs biting and kicking the other.

 

White Arabian Horse Tile
White Arabian Horse Tile
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The Arabian or Arab horse is a breed of horse that originated on the Arabian Peninsula. With a distinctive head shape and high tail carriage, the Arabian is one of the most easily recognizable horse breeds in the world. It is also one of the oldest breeds, with archaeological evidence of horses that resemble modern Arabians dating back 4,500 years. The Arabian Horse Association registers purebred horses with the coat colors bay, gray, chestnut, black, and roan. Bay, gray and chestnut are the most common; black is less common. The classic roan gene does not appear to exist in Arabians; rather, Arabians registered by breeders as "roan" are usually expressing rabicano or, sometimes, sabino patterns with roan features. All Arabians, no matter their coat color, have black skin, except under white markings. Black skin provided protection from the intense desert sun.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring three white Arabian horses.

Black Stallion Horse Tile
Black Stallion Horse Tile
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Filly with Apples Horse Tile
Filly with Apples Horse Ceramic Tile
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A filly is a young female horse too young to be called a mare. In most cases the filly is under the age of four years. The equivalent term for a male is a colt. When horses of either sex are less than one year of age, they are referred to as foals.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring one white filly horse eating apples fron a tree.

Leopard Appaloosas Horse Tile
Leopard Appaloosas Horse Tile
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The coat color of an Appaloosa is a combination of a base color with an overlaid spotting pattern. The base colors recognized by the Appaloosa Horse Club include bay, black, chestnut, palomino, buckskin, cremello or perlino, roan, gray, dun and grulla. The Leopard is a white horse with dark spots that flow out over the entire body.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring three spirited Appaloosas.

 

Blanket Appaloosas Horse Tile
Blanket Appaloosas Horse Tile
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The blanket or snowcap Appaloosa has a solid white area normally over, but not limited to, the hip area with a contrasting base color.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring two brown Appaloosa horses.

Chestnut with Stockings Horse Tile
Chestnut with Stockings Horse Tile
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Chestnut is a hair coat color of horses consisting of a reddish-to-brown coat with a mane and tail the same or lighter in color than the coat. Genetically and visually, chestnut is characterized by the absolute absence of true black hairs. It is one of the most common horse coat colors, seen in almost every breed of horse. Chestnut is produced by a recessive gene. Unlike many coat colors, chestnut can be true-breeding; that is, the mating between two chestnuts will produce chestnut offspring every time. Some breeds, such as the Budyonny, Suffolk Punch, and Haflinger are exclusively chestnut. Other breeds, such as the Belgian are predominantly chestnut. However, a chestnut horse need not have two chestnut parents. For example, Friesian horses have been selected for many years to be uniformly black, but on rare occasions chestnuts are born.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring three chestnut horses.

 

Morgan Horse Tile
Morgan Horse Tile
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All Morgans trace back to a single foundation sire, a stallion named Figure, who was born in West Springfield, Massachusetts in 1789. In 1792, he was given to a man named Justin Morgan as a debt payment. The horse later came to be identified by the name of this particular owner, and "the Justin Morgan horse" evolved into the name of the breed. Figure is thought to have stood about 14 hands, and to have weighed about 1,000 pounds. He was known for his prepotency, passing on his distinctive looks, conformation, temperament, and athleticism.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring two brown Morgan horses.

Pinto Bay Horse Tile
Pinto Bay Horse Tile
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A pinto horse has a coat color that consists of large patches of white and any other color. Many breeds of horse carry pinto patterns. While pinto colored horses are not a "breed, " several competing color breed registries have formed to encourage the breeding of pinto-colored horses.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring Pinto Bay horses.

 

Shetland Pony Horse Tile
Shetland Pony Horse Tile
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The first written record of the Shetland pony was in 1603 in the Court Books of Shetland. For its size, the Shetland is the strongest of all horse and pony breeds. It can pull twice its own weight under circumstances where a draft horse can only pull approximately half its own weight.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring two Shetland horses.
Also known as Pony Foal Colt Yearling Equine and Steed.

Baymore with Foal Horse Tile
Baymore with Foal Horse Tile
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Horse Family Tile
Horse Family Tile
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This tile features a family of horses, two adults and one foal.
One adult horse is white, the other is roan and the foal which is standing between the two adults is chestnut.
They are standing in a green grassy field with blue sky background.

Black Stallion Horse Tile
Black Stallion Horse Tile
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This tile features a trotting Black Stallion in a rolling fenced field.
Distant trees and fluffy clouds are in the background.

 

Horses Grazing Tile
Horses Grazing Tile
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This tile features a family of horses, two adults and one foal.
The roan adult horse is grazing while the white mare is cleaning its chestnut foal.
Trees and a cloudy sky are in the background.

Mare and Foal Horse Tile
Mare and Foal Horse Tile
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This decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen features a roan mare and her chestnut foal running in a field.
Both mare and foal have a strip of white on their face.
Trees and a cloudy sky are in the background.

 

Spirited Horse Tile
Spirited Horse Tile
WCH002

This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring a Spirited Horse.

Horse Love Tile
Horse Love Tile
WCH013

This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring two horse heads in a heart formation.

 

Samanthy Kills the Rattlesnake Tile
Samanthy Kills the Rattlesnake Tile
WCH014

This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring "Samanthy Kills the Rattlesnake" by I. W. Taber.

Horse Ready To Go Tile
Horse Ready To Go Tile
WCH019

This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring a horse at the gate ready to go.

 

Set includes these four pieces.
Sold in sets only.


Remington Western Scene Ceramic TileRemington Western Scene Ceramic Tile Remington Western Scene Ceramic TileRemington Western Scene Ceramic Tile
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Set of four loose, 4 1/4" - square ceramic tiles.

4 1/4" X 4 1/4"
Each set $30.00
White Gloss
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4 1/4" X 4 1/4"
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Bone Gloss
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