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Rooster Salt and Pepper Shakers

New or Vintage? Everyday or collectible? Which rooster salt and pepper shaker works for you? As you’ll no doubt see below, this type of salt and pepper shaker has a million options. Made of ceramic for durable use, glass for everday, or plastic for some fun pool-side seasoning. Rooster salt and pepper shakers come in [...]

Rooster Rugs – Kitchen and Area Rugs

If you were trying to decorate ‘country’ four years ago you’d be hard pressed to find a rooster rug to fit in with your decor unless you hit the high priced specialty shops. But all that’s changed now. There are so many rugs featuring roosters, in all shapes and sizes for every room of your [...]

Rooster Picture and Prints

There’s little more country than decorating with rooster prints and pictures. You don’t have to re-do your entire house or room with roosters and chickens to get the country look, sometimes all it takes is a series of rooster prints or paintings. Rooster Prints for Country Decorating These are what you might call gorgeous upscale [...]

Rooster Lamps Make it Country!

Where else can you add a noticeable rooster accent to your home that is certain not to be missed? So many styles to choose from these days, and certain never to go out of style. The rooster lamps below all fit the country theme decorating trends, French Country (they’re upscale enough to match) or the [...]

French Country Rooster Decor

Once you start decorating with the new French country trend you’ll be hooked. Especially once you start adding lifelike or whimsical country roosters to the mix. Soon you’re going to find that you have one in every room of your house. Why not go all out? You can buy many knick-knacks and statues with roosters, [...]

Rooster Canisters for the Kitchen

My grandmother was a serious rooster collector. It began with salt and pepper shakers from the carnivals back in the 40s, but then she loved these colorful renditions of the barnyard rooster so much that she soon filled her kitchen with rooster canisters, cookie jars, magnets, mugs and anything else that was available back then. [...]