Country Cows

Make your country kitchen udder-ly charming with cow-themed accents. This familar farm animal often brings back childhood memories of Sunday drives or even farm chores we once had to do.

Consider adding a charming cow print (or two) to your living space for an instant country look. In the Mail Pouch Farm Print, artist Craig Hackett illustrates a quiet country farm scene. Black and white cows, familiar creatures to most of us, add a calming, picturesque touch to the print, perhaps reminding us of the pleasant fields back home. Accents like the Cows Cows Cows Pillow can add a humorous touch to your decor. And who doesn't need a little humor these days?

Cow Chalkboard
Cows Cows Cows Pillow Isobell Spotted Cow Print

Barnyard Animal Stack Sculpture


Cows and Farmyard Friends

Cows, sheep, roosters and pigs — these friendly farm animals can join in on the fun to create a cohesive farmhouse look. They seem to belong in country home decor, worked into designs on whimsical curtains, pillows and other accents. An antiqued look and a fresh farm image create an inviting display on a kitchen or breakfast nook wall, while items like durable storage tins offer decorative and functional appeal.


Cows & Barns Curtain Collection Mail Pouch Farm Print

What Works With Cow Prints?

 Cow-themed home accents can range from the primitive or rustic to the pastoral. Coordinate your cow-themed kitchen or dining room with other themes to make the whole room shine.

Pastel is Pastoral: Gradually introduce soft colors into your home decor when decorating with mellow prints such as the Mother's Love Canvas Print. With this kind of print serving as a focal point, you will  want to be careful not to overpower it with bright colors. Lighter colors will keep things feeling fresh and new.

How Now Brown Cow Print
Storm Coming Print Life is Better on the Farm Print

Black, White and Red All Over: Red is a wonderful accent to offset black and white colors. It offers stark contrast and modern appeal, and can take the form of an apple, a cherry or the bright red wattle of a rooster. For more rustic farmhouse animal themes, try deep barn red, as shown in the Life is Better on the Farm Print, above right.

Green as the Grass: Green is another great option for decorating with a black and white cow print scheme, as it offers a natural look. Pantone's 2017 Color of the Year, Greenery, is an excellent choice, but if you are looking to tone things down a bit, go for muted dark green colors. See the Storm Coming Print above for an example of this look.

Cow Accent Rooftop Weather Vane