This equestrian-themed living room area features a faux animal skin rug, a wide beige sofa with abundant throw pillows, two wood-and-leather armchairs, a glass coffee table and a wagon-wheel chandelier.
It's difficult for anyone to think of a Southwestern theme more prominent than the cactus. These southwestern elements play a large role in this green and white bedroom. The space can be easily transformed with accessories and decor thanks to its off-white walls. The simple Southwestern design of this room is reflected in the two-toned dressing table, simple floor lamps, and woven rug.
One textile is often all you need to give your space that Wild West flair. Sarah Wittenbraker (owner and designer) kept her kitchen minimalistic and white. The exception was that bright, graphic rug. This kitchen and the living room renovation did not include any drywall. Instead, the finished ceilings of birch and the graphic walls provide organic warmth to the concrete floor and metal beams. This space represents a more modern, stripped-down version of Southwestern architecture. Vigas are wooden ceiling beams with traditional adobe architecture. They're an emblem of this sophisticated dining space. A large wood table, ten slipper-chairs, and a buffet serve as welcome items.
The only thing that makes this space feel Western is a graphic pillow with two different shades of turquoise and two large buffalo prints. Boho-chic bedrooms are filled with vibrant shades of pink, coral, and yellow that capture the Arizona desert's sunset colors. This space will grow with your little girl, thanks to the shiplap walls, neutral curtains and wood floors.
For a touch of luxury, combine rugged Western decor such as a cowhide rug with thick flannel throws and elegant furniture like a carved four poster bed and antique daybed to create a combination that is both traditional and Western. For the ultimate sleeping experience, cover your bed in layers of super-soft bedding and blankets. A quilt or bedspread that has woven detail in a muted color combination will give the room a more homey feel. Striped throws in washed-out colors and pillows with geometric diamond patterns are great accents to your room. Warm, sunkissed neutrals provide a serene backdrop. Ceramic pitchers filled with wildflowers and mason jars are a great way to keep the look authentically West.
Southwestern-style calls for warm earth tones. The master suite is characterized by its wall art and carved furniture. The buffalo check name is actually a tribute to the West's buffalo. This bedroom has a black-andwhite buffalo check duvet. The leather hat and wire-longhorn art piece give it a rustic feel. The hanging hammock chair evokes California boho, another Western style. This lodge-style bedroom has a large, strong visual impact thanks to the heavy antlers. You can complete the look with Southwest-style bedding or artwork.
Southwestern-style is all about warm earth tones. This master suite features wall art, carved furniture, and it's a perfect example of this. Although buffalo check is a product of the East, it was named after the actual buffalo that once roamed West. The bedroom features a black-and white buffalo check duvet with a leather hat and wire longhorn art. Hanging hammock chairs are another Western style. This lodge-style bedroom features large, heavy antlers that make a powerful visual impact. The look is completed with southwest-style bedding and art.