A horse garden statue can mean many things to an equestrian, like a reminder of their favorite horse or fond riding memories.
In Feng Shui, a horse statue represents the following:
Where Should I Put My Horse Statue?
Adding a stone horse statue to your interior or exterior spaces adds more energy to the room, so the best places to put a horse statue are in areas where you want to add more vitality.
For example, place a horse statue in outdoor spaces or living rooms where you host friends and families, home offices to inspire energy and success, or a home gym to motivate you to persevere.
You can also choose where to put your outdoor horse statues based on the horse's pose. The Soothing Company offers horse statues in various poses like galloping, rearing, racing, and relaxing, so you can invite the right mood to your space.
Whether you place your horse statue on a tabletop or in your garden, our wide selection of horse statues will make a noticeable difference in your home atmosphere.
Do Horse Statues Need Maintenance?
All statues need regular maintenance to keep them shining, free of cracks, and extend their overall lifespan.
Place outdoor decorations like a horse garden decor in shaded areas to avoid discoloration from sun damage and dramatic temperature changes that could cause cracks. Dust your stone horse statues regularly, once a week to once a month, to keep the surfaces clean.
Schedule yearly maintenance for your brass or bronze horse statue. Annually waxing and cleaning your bronze statues helps maintain the patina for a sparkling shine.
Regularly dust your brass or bronze equestrian statue between yearly cleanings with a soft cloth or brush. Avoid commercial cleaning products since chemical reactions with metals can damage the patina or result in corrosion or bronze disease.
Maintaining a stone horse statue will differ depending on the porosity of the stone. However, stone statues have the benefit of requiring little maintenance. Water and a soft brush are the best way to clean stone statues. Then, use a soft, clean cloth to wipe it dry. Use the most delicate setting on your garden hose to clean your stone horse statue.
Unlike bronze, you can use some commercial stone cleaners and algae removers if your stone horse statue has algae or needs a deep clean.