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Wise Ol' Crow

The crow, often used as a symbol for the quiet life, adds a primitive country touch to your decor. Crows are a common sight across America: perched on fences, admiring roadside trinkets and pestering farmers for their corn crops. This intelligent and often misunderstood bird has been immortalized in poems, paintings and songs, and it is a charming addition to your country home decor. Accents like the Summer Watermelon Patriotic Print capture this plucky bird's personality.

Folk Art Crow Welcome Print Summer Watermelon Patriotic Print

Cunning Crows

Crows have shown remarkable examples of intelligence in many historical accounts. Natural history books from the 18th century recount "counting crows," crows whose ability to count is established through a logic trap set by a farmer. Back in 2007, researchers from the University of Oxford, England, presented data from tiny video cameras that had been mounted on the birds' tails. Footage shows the crows plucking, smoothing and bending twigs to gain access to a variety of foodstuffs. A clever crow demonstrates this ingenuity by hitching a ride to the pumpkin patch in the Hello Autumn Doormat.

Hello Autumn Doormat
Crow & Barn Stars Rug Crow & Pumpkin Braided Tabletop Accents

Crow Candle Charming Crows

Crows don't just belong in the natural world, however — they also belong in your home. Crow decor can add primitive charm to your living space when incorporated into the right accents, like this Crow Candle, which smells like hot, buttery maple syrup. This sweet scent brings back memories of cool, crisp nights with warm pies baking in the oven, or fresh mornings with pancakes and maple syrup. Crow motifs on pillows, prints and kitchen accents will soon become a favorite element in your rustic country or primitive home.
Crow on Weathervane Pillow Crow Garden Balancer With Ground Stake