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Looking for Southwestern decorating ideas? If you remember howling coyotes, twisted barbed wire wall plaques and everything from garden ornaments to bookends adorned with ranch brands or Texas stars, you may have shied away from Western and Southwestern decor and decorating styles. But the days of “Wild West” décor have pretty much gone the way of parading ducks and Sunflower Sue as decor staples. Thankfully!

Today’s trends are toward honest, individualistic, and easy-to-live-with. Style today doesn’t subscribe to a formula. The West and Southwest have not disappeared from the scene. If anything, today’s style brings fresh good looks, mix-and-match capabilities and the widespread appeal of sprawling land, blue skies, towering pines, and majestic vistas. You will find a wide variety of options for furnishing and decorating personalized, comfortable and appealing interiors.

Twenty-first-century style Western style is glamorous, upbeat, refined, colorful, comfortable and anything but kitschy! It’s a look we wholly embrace, and there’s enough variety to accommodate a wide world of preferences.

“Nancy Farina of the California Design Center describes Southwestern style architecture as large rooms, high ceilings and huge entryways to reflect “…the vastness of the Southwest landscape.” If your home has these features, try to purchase furniture that coincides with the size of your rooms. If you get furniture that is too small, for example, it can look lost and out of place in a large room. The same goes for a smaller home; avoid too-bulky furniture that can clutter a small room.”

If you are looking for Southwestern area rugs or Southwestern bedding, Canadian Log Homes has a wide variety to choose from.

The featured Southwestern-Style home in the image above is located in Santa Fe, N.M. and owned by Mary and Joe Clark. They were looking for a large home with ample space to entertain, and found a contemporary pueblo-style home on three-plus acres with views of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains. They purchased it for $2.2 million in 2013. ‘I think I overuse the word magical when I talk about that home but it really is just kind of a magical property,’ says Mrs. Clark.

French doors open to outdoor space on each side of the concrete-floored living room. Hanging over the fireplace is a picture by the artist Caroline Christie. ‘People always comment on that photograph. It has a mirrored quality to it in person,’ says Mrs. Clark. Architect Robert Glazier renovated the home prior to couple owning it, and created an open living plan. The Clarks invested about $500,000 into their own updates.

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Southwestern Decorating Ideas: Southwestern living room by Architectural Alliance Inc. I love the wide plank white oak floor and southwestern decor accents. The sofa is Minotti, and the wall color is Navajo white. Via: Houzz

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A Southwestern feel was created in this Austin Texas home by C-Reese Architectural design. The living room incorporates arched doors and windows, a catwalk, exposed wood beams, cathedral ceiling, iron railings and french doors. If you are looking for a rug similar to the one in the image above, Black Forest Decor has several available. Check out the San Miguel Rug Collection.
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The following two images are of a stunning Southwestern home that is located in Sante Fe, New Mexico, with a price tag of $4,999,000 USD. Hidden behind high walls, this secluded and private, one-of-a-kind architectural masterpiece is located on Santa Fe’s historic Eastside. It was built in the 1890’s and is rich in history. The main residence was remodeled in 1989-90 reflecting the distinct architectural style of Santa Fe’s preeminent architect, John Midyette.

“With unmatched attention to detail, impeccable taste and artisan touches, the home is elegant and romantic. Classic flagstone, plank wood and brick floors throughout. Stunning walls with hand troweled plaster, remarkable hand painted doorways and fireplaces. Ancient old doors, exotic marble, carved accents and ancient beams adorn the property. Beautiful and intimate outdoor spaces, portals and balconies abound.”

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This large scale room is brought down to earth with natural accessories like the log coffee table, indoor topiaries and low-slung furniture. The custom “bonfire” in the fireplace adds a touch of whimsy to the hard surfaces surrounding the fireplace. Via: HGTV
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Southwestern Living Room in Joshua Tree, California
Image courtesy of: The Joshua Tree House

This beautiful vacation home was designed by Sara & Rich Combs who own several homes with a relaxed Southwestern style.

One of the design mantras they swear by is designing with natural materials as they have a tendency to enhance with us and celebrate age as character. They implement this design principal throughout their homes by including rustic woods, natural fibers, and earthenware. They wanted to find a sofa that would allow a casual atmosphere where guests could enjoy themselves without fear of ‘ruining’ something.

When they think of this room in particular they dream of movie nights, popcorn, glasses of wine, music, friends chatting, playing games etc. It’s a casual space, and so rather than creating rules around it they found a sofa that would hold up to some love, and wear in well over time. The slip-covered sofa is from SixPenny and is available in different colors and materials.

What is Southwestern Design?

Rugged and Natural

The best of the genre stems from nature, both in materials and spirit. It may reflect the rugged frontier landscapes or the nature of vast skies, brilliant sunsets and violent storms. It might also speak to the majesty of towering mountains and crashing waves, or the appeal of flowing streams, colorful land formations and wildlife. This diversity of natural resources translates into a cultural cornucopia as well, with a one-style-cannot-contain-it-all philosophy that embraces it all.

Western and Southwestern décor does not hesitate to mix materials: It stems from a history of using what was available. It seems appropriate and it makes sense. Go ahead and hang a chandelier of blackened iron dripping with polished crystals or opt for rusted metal forged into very contemporary shapes for wall sconces. Wrap a rustic beam with unadorned bulbs strung from exposed wiring for a contemporary twist on what could have been a “frontier” solution.

Mix graphic weavings with calico and plaid as easily as with soft leather and natural hides. Take color cues from the vibrancy of the sunset, cactus flower blooms, the eye-popping colors of Mexican weavings, or go subtle with hues from the desert, the prairie or gentle mountain valleys.

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Spanish Colonial Revival, Southwestern staircase by Pritzkat & Johnson Architects. The individual tiles in this bold and unique design are 6 x 6. The tiles are from California Pottery & Tileworks (malibutile.com) or Native Tile & Ceramics (nativetile.com). Via: Houzz

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This rustic light is in a home located in Phoenix Arizona, that was designed by Tate Studio Architects. Via: Houzz

Elements of Southwestern Design

Southwestern Decor: Elements of the West

Texas is in no way similar to Alaska, just as New Mexico Pueblo differs from Southern California Mission and Rocky Mountain chic is totally dissimilar to Oregon Coastal. But the common theme is organic, the integration of function and beauty, and an appreciation of age, use and history as well as for well-worn and reclaimed materials. The architecture of the West and Southwest reflects history, but is not a slave to it. The West was changed by settlers arriving from other areas, and decorating preferences are still influenced by what is popular elsewhere.
Native American and First Nation peoples exert yet another influence on Western and Southwestern decorating. Mix Navajo rugs with contemporary furniture, dress your beds with native weavings, upholster furniture in eye-popping graphics and stock up on North Woods blankets in historic designs.

Set your table with embellished Mexican silver, collect hand-thrown pottery and decorated serving pieces. Think about copper, hammered or weathered, for sinks, countertops, table surfaces and kitchenware. Collect old wood pieces just because they are weathered and scarred. Put the old and damaged to new use. Just as the West was changed by settlers arriving from the East, by the railroads and highways and population growth, decorating preferences are still influenced by what is popular elsewhere, and by the past.

Quirks and Tangents

Perhaps, most importantly, Western & Southwestern décor is not fussy, and should not require a lot of polishing and upkeep. Keep the emphasis on comfort and orient your lifestyle toward ease. You will have more time and energy to enjoy family and friends, pursue activities you enjoy, and enable your home to function as a personal retreat where you can be yourself.

You need not fear choosing a color palette from one region and tossing in an artistic accent or a weaving from another area. It works; natural elements and expressive arts reflect individuality.

If you love the symbolism of a Texas Star, go ahead and hang one on your wall. The same goes for a rusting Route 66 sign, a cowgirl poster, a lifelike buffalo – or even that laughable howling coyote – Your decorating style should reflect your personality. It should put a smile on your face! Why live any other way?

At its heart, this style is an individual expression of taste and preference. If it suits the way you choose to live, use it. Incorporate the elements you love into your décor and you will always be stylish, even as trends come and go.

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This gorgeous southwestern kitchen was a farmhouse remodel done by Vernon Sons Construction in Santa Barbara. The wood flooring is Provenza Old World Siberian Oak Fossil Stone Stone (sku #667). via: Houzz

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Another photo of the Vernon Sons Construction farmhouse remodel. I love the cowboy artwork above the entry. via: Houzz

For further information on Southwestern Design, check out my article on Southwestern Outdoor Ideas with design tips and stunning photos of outdoor patios and porches.

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Looking for Southwestern decorating ideas? Find stunning images as well as design tips on how to decorate Southwestern kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms from Interior Designer Tracy Svendsen.

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What is Southwest decor in style? ›

Southwestern style gathers its inspiration from the desert palette, Spanish textiles, adobe houses, ironwork and nature. Leather, suede and loads of texture in shades of rust, terra-cotta, cactus green and bulky furnishings are a great foundation for celebrating Southwestern style.

How can I make my house look Western? ›

To create a beautiful Western-inspired home, stick to a simple color palette with warm tones found in nature. Most Western homes feature shades of browns, oranges, and deep reds with touches of greens and blues. These colors appear naturally in the Western landscape so try to mimic them in your accents and furnishings.

What is countryside decorating style? ›

Country is a wide-ranging style that depends on geographical location but is generally exemplified by primitive furniture, muted colors, milk-paint finishes and vintage fabrics. Here's how the style breaks down: Colors: Soft, muted colors showing the wear of time are indicative of a rustic country style.

What is rustic interior design style? ›

Rustic interiors are defined by ruggedness and letting natural beauty shine. The focus is to create a relaxing atmosphere by highlighting the use of wood, stone, leaves, and other organic elements. Rather than worry about perfect lines, rustic allows the character of each piece to stand out.

What are typical Southwest colors? ›

A Southwestern color palette typically includes coppers, gold, silvers, grays, umber, and ochre. These rich colors will make your home stand out in the surrounding landscape. With a touch of purple, turquoise, or blue, you can take advantage of the Arizona sun and bright summer skies.

What is southwest style furniture? ›

This bohemian-type furniture and decor style combines rustic and desert-inspired Southwest elements that can be identified through its use of mismatched materials (rattan, leather and woven fabrics) in warm and natural hues of terracotta, sand and earthy greens.

What is Western style interior? ›

Rustic western usually includes some decor that includes heavy wooden furniture, several throw pillows in shades of brown and terracotta and a faux hide of some sort on a coffee table or on the floor as a rug.

What is Western interior design style? ›

Western design focuses on rugged, primitive elements such as animals and wood; country design is often more chic and airy. One thing they both have in common is a focus on comfort, comfort, comfort! Read on for more information on both western and country interior design styles.

What is modern interior design style? ›

Modern design is an interior design style characterized by a monochromatic color palette, clean lines, minimalism, natural materials, and natural light. It refers specifically to a historical aesthetic movement that took place during the early to mid-twentieth century.

What is the difference between farmhouse and country decor? ›

A country farmhouse is similar to a traditional farmhouse except it tends to be smaller than most other farmhouses. Country farmhouses often come with porches and wrap-around verandas too. The country chic decor used many different colors when decorating such as yellow, green, blue, brown, and even black.

Is country Decorating out of style? ›

If you're wondering if farmhouse is out of style, the answer is no. Just because it's everywhere doesn't mean that if you like the style, you're totally dated, or that if your home is currently decorated in a farmhouse look or has shiplap walls that you have to go out an completely redecorate.

What are rustic colors? ›

Rustic colors are deep and natural. The color palette swings heavily towards neutral, and rich earthy tones like greens, browns, and grays are common color choices. Combined with the right room elements, the room's vibe is warm, relaxed, and welcoming.

How do I make my house feel rustic? ›

Here are ten ways to make your home feel more rustic in appearance.
  1. Try Your Hand At DIY. ...
  2. Fit In A Log Fireplace. ...
  3. Exposed Brick. ...
  4. Install Wooden Beams. ...
  5. Consider Different Textures. ...
  6. Let In The Light. ...
  7. Look For Antiques. ...
  8. Try Your Hand At DIY.
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What is rustic elegant decor? ›

Rustic Elegance incorporates high-end, often solid wood, furniture while using rustic elements to create an upscale look in your home while keeping a casual, relaxed vibe. The interior design blends the high style and classic aesthetic of quality antiques with the modern desire for comfort and convenience.

What is Southwestern architecture? ›

Southwest home architecture covers a broad range. You'll find many names that reflect this style, including Mediterranean, Spanish Mission, Hacienda, Pueblo, and Adobe. This fusion style of design stems from the rich history of Spanish Colonial mission churches and Native American Pueblo people.

What is Southwestern Boho? ›

Notably, the Southwestern Boho color palette includes natural earthy and neutral tones of the Boho desert brown or beige and dusty pink. Inspired by the arid American Southwest landscape, these warm hues bring a warm and relaxing ambiance.

Is Southwestern decor popular? ›

Known for its earthy color palettes and rustic accents, Southwestern style has become incredibly popular in the home decor and design world.

What is Southwestern style food? ›

Characteristics. The staple ingredients of Southwestern cuisine are corn, squash and beans. Called the "three sisters", they have been staples of North-American agriculture since ancient times. Beans are served whole or refried, and both styles can be used as filling for tostadas, tacos, burritos and similar dishes.

Does Western have interior design? ›

Interior/Furnishings Design

Apart from making things look stylish and interesting, our Designers work to ensure a functional, ergonomic, productive environment. Our Designers work within your project budget to accommodate your requirements taking into account cost-effective value and ergonomic impact.

What is the most popular decorating style? ›

Traditional. By far the most popular design style, traditional is a mix of beautiful, timeless and well-defined elements, as shown in this kitchen from olive.

What type of furniture is in style? ›

Wood, glass, stone, and metal are still more popular than plastics and synthetic fabrics. In 2021, expect to see more unpainted wood furnishings, stone textures, plants, wicker furniture, and ceramic pieces in homes. Combining natural materials will also be huge this year.

What is contemporary home decor? ›

What Is Contemporary Style? Fundamentally, a contemporary style of decorating is defined by simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture, and clean lines. Interiors tend to showcase space rather than things. Things that are modern and current with the styles of the moment are contemporary style.

What is the 60 30 10 decorating rule? ›

What is the 60-30-10 Rule? It's a classic decor rule that helps create a color palette for a space. It states that 60% of the room should be a dominant color, 30% should be the secondary color or texture and the last 10% should be an accent.

What are modern decor colors? ›

The most common color for a modern decorating scheme is white, but it can be any hue—gray, tan, blue, or red. The trick is to pick one hue that you can live with in large doses, day in and day out. Then choose wall paint, flooring, and furnishings that lie in that color band.

How do I choose an interior design style? ›

How to Choose a Design Style that Feels Right for You
  1. Take Cues from Your Closet. ...
  2. Create a style vignette. ...
  3. Gather Design Inspiration. ...
  4. Create a visual reminder of the design styles you love. ...
  5. It's Okay to Change Your Mind. ...
  6. Express Your Decorating Style with Confidence.

What are the farmhouse colors? ›

The farmhouse style is heavily based on neutral shades of white, beige, gray, greige (gray and beige), and sometimes a few pops of dynamic color like reds, greens, or blues. These country paint colors create a comforting, family-friendly nuance that feels inviting and lived-in.

Is modern farmhouse going out of style? ›

After a quick rise over the past few years, the modern farmhouse trend, which combines a cozy, traditional country style with clean and modern touches, is finally being put out to pasture. You know the looks we're talking about: barn doors, shiplap walls, rustic cupboards, and natural linens galore.

What is modern farmhouse look? ›

Modern farmhouse design takes the comfortable, relaxed farmhouse style and adds modern touches such as smooth lines, glossy accents and neutral color schemes. It's less rustic, more sophisticated and uses contemporary design elements like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and sleek lighting.

What is farmhouse chic? ›

Farmhouse chic is a wonderful balance of design styles that creates a rustic, relaxed, yet contemporary atmosphere. It's much warmer and more comforting than minimalism. But not as old-timey as pure country style or rustic style might be.

What is the new decorating trend for 2022? ›

"Darker, more saturated colors are going to be everywhere in 2022," shares designer Hope Austin. "Think wallcoverings and fabrics in bold blues and bright citrines paired with rich espresso and slate finishes."

What decor style is in for 2022? ›

For furniture design trends in 2022, look for curves, texture, and comfort. You'll see lots of curved chairs, sofas with gently sloping arms, and round poufs in velvet, linen, and nubby boucle fabrics. In addition to natural wood tones and vintage pieces, we'll also see a return of black accent pieces.

What is replacing shiplap in 2022? ›

According to Munson, these trends are out for 2022: shiplap on walls (go instead with tile, plaster, or rattan); all-gray or all-white kitchens; barn doors (replace them with pocket or French doors); accent walls (stick with monochromatic walls that blend seamlessly with decor); and matching furniture sets, which ...

Is Southwestern decor popular? ›

Known for its earthy color palettes and rustic accents, Southwestern style has become incredibly popular in the home decor and design world.

What is Bohemian interior design? ›

Bohemian styles are defined by a lack of structure, opting instead for carefree layers of pattern, texture, and color. While there are some common practices with the bohemian look, there are no hard and fast rules like there are with modern or minimalist.

What is Mediterranean interior design? ›

The Mediterranean style in interior design is characterized by simple and romantic aesthetics of Southern European countries: light and warm tones in color scheme, as well as the extensive use of natural materials such as ceramics, wood, wrought iron and cotton. Design combines boldness, simplicity and convenience.

What is Scandinavian interior design? ›

Scandinavian style refers to a design movement that originated in the North of Europe, in the Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Iceland. With roots in Modernism, Scandinavian interior design focuses on simplicity, lightness, functionality and the beauty of everyday objects.

What is Southwestern architecture? ›

Southwest home architecture covers a broad range. You'll find many names that reflect this style, including Mediterranean, Spanish Mission, Hacienda, Pueblo, and Adobe. This fusion style of design stems from the rich history of Spanish Colonial mission churches and Native American Pueblo people.

What is eclectic home decor? ›

“Eclectic” is a popular adjective in interior design parlance, meaning a decor that comprises heterogeneous elements — a mixture of textures, time periods, styles, trends, and colors.

What is traditional interior design? ›

Traditional interior design is a popular style of décor that is based largely on 18th- and 19th-century European styles and conventional notions of what a home looks like. A traditional interior design scheme is timeless and placeless, comfortable and put together but not overly fancy.

Is boho decor Still in style 2022? ›

Bohemian style

However, this style is considered by many to be too casual. After a year of staying at home, people will probably want to feel more polished and put together, and the same goes for their homes. Therefore, Boho is expected to decrease in popularity in 2022.

What colors are boho? ›

Earthy hues paired with neutrals or warm colours combined with cool colours make for an interesting boho colour palette. Yellow, browns, white, green, blue, grey, and red are some of the most popular bohemian colours.

What ornament is commonly used for bohemian style interiors? ›

Macramé decorations and dream catchers on the walls are a perfect option. You can make such an ornament yourself of purchase it. A boho style room often uses additional, ambient lighting, hung by the slopes over the bed or by the ceiling.

What is the difference between Tuscan and Mediterranean? ›

The Difference Between Tuscan And Mediterranean Styles

While Tuscan styles are borrowed specifically from Italy, Mediterranean decor celebrates elements from other cultures including Spanish, Moroccan, and Greek.

What are Mediterranean colors? ›

Mediterranean colors are meant to richly reflect the colors of this region. The blues of the sea, rich earthly terracotta and browns, leafy green, sunshine yellow, and metallics in copper and gold. You will want to maximize natural light to create an open and airy, breezy interior space.

How do I make my house look like the Mediterranean? ›

Mediterranean Style Starts With a Neutral Backdrop

Across the region, Mediterranean homes opt for a neutral setting. Textured white walls combine with natural woods for a warm, inviting atmosphere. Amp up the color of the space with rich textiles and tilework or keep it simple with rustic yet elegant furnishings.

What color wood is Scandinavian? ›

The Scandinavian palette uses light colors, white, light grays, and soft neutrals. Wood tones are also light, traditionally using maple, ash, or white oak for natural hues.

What colors are used in Scandinavian design? ›

The monochrome colors are the major colors used in Scandinavian style. White or off-white walls are very ideal as they create a bright, clean backdrop. White, gray, blue, black, and cream color are the mostly using color in Scandinavian furniture. Those color are Scandinavian's natural colors and become a trademark.

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