If you’re looking for some decorating inspiration, you need to check out these 15 amazing horse stalls all decked out for Christmas.
Decorating horse stalls for Christmas has been a long-standing tradition in many barns. It’s the perfect decorating opportunity for any creative horse owner.
Here are some festive, beautiful, and creative ideas to help you get started.
Beautiful “Frozen” theme!
When the whole barn gets in on decorating.
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree…
Love the naughty list!
Jedi’s stall is appropriately decorated.
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Classy and beautiful.
All lit up for the holidays.
All wrapped up.
Check out this “Frozen” wrapped stall.
Complete with a fireplace!
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Super fun set-up!
Plus, a gorgeous idea for your barn’s Christmas tree.
It’s tons of fun to decorate your horse’s stall for Christmas, but it’s also important to keep safety in mind. Always make sure that you position decorations so that your horse can’t get to them. Ingesting fake greenery, candy cane wrappers, stockings, and other types of decorations may result in an impaction and threaten your horse’s life. It’s best to keep these decorations well out of your horse’s reach, and if you let your horse spend time with a stall guard up, keep a close eye on him.
Christmas lights are beautiful, but they’re also a fire hazard. Only plug in the lights when you’re in the barn, and make sure that horses can’t access the lights, the cord, or the outlet. Also, if you’re boarding your horse, be sure to get permission from the barn owner before you start decorating. There may be rules about the types of decorations you can use or where you can place them.
Have fun decorating you horse stall this Christmas, and be sure to send us photos of the finished product. We’d love to see them!
Will you be decorating your horse’s stall for Christmas? Let us know in the comments!
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