You might need some country prints and pictures in your home, especially if you have just moved and your new house is a bit bigger than the one you had before, with more wall space than you have pictures. Or you might have re-located to the city from the countryside and want something to remind you of what you left behind. Of course, you might just want some beautiful things to look at and for your friends to admire.
It is fun to choose things you love to decorate your living space with and prints are a great way to do this. Whether you have a small or a large budget you can usually find something you like fairly easily, something that catches your eye and that you enjoy looking at. Indeed, one of the nicest things about setting up home for the first time is the opportunity to start over, sometimes right from the beginning, with furniture, linen, ornaments, and to a certain extent it's the same when you move house.
There is something very appealing about country prints, particularly chicken prints. Everyone seems to love chickens. There are so many different sorts and they have such colourful feathers and such an attitude! It's almost impossible to get bored looking at hens, particularly when they are bright and beautiful and full of movement and if what you need is a big splash of colour they are just perfect.
Even if you live in a city or in an apartment without any outside space, you can bring a little bit of the countryside right inside your home with the pictures you hang on your walls. Chicken, sheep and pig prints are especially suitable for the kitchen and it you have a breakfast bar or enough space to put a table and chairs, so much the better. They will really brighten up what is sometimes rather a dull room and provide a talking point when you have your friends round.
Country prints are not just of chickens and pigs or other animals. There are many activities which take place in the countryside that are depicted in print form and that people like to look at on their walls. Racing, for example, or polo, and traditional English scenes of hunting and shooting are always popular. These kind of sporting prints do not really belong in the kitchen but there are plenty of other rooms that they are suitable for. Any of the other rooms really, depending on the rest of the décor.