A large tile hearth top breaks up the white coloring of the base and mantel. Tiers create a layered mantel decorated with rows of pottery for a quintessential southwestern look. Tribal wall art adds a pop of vibrant color to mix with the muted tones and neutrals in the design.
The matte finish of the black buffet allows it to stand out against the white wall without being too overpowering in this bright room. Southwestern style pottery is tucked in the middle, open shelves of the piece drawing the eye to the pop of color and pattern. Lighter pieces on top of the buffet keep the space looking open with bright yellow flowers adding a lively finish.
Create small groupings of like items that work well together and show your personality and interest, says Clinton Rice of Clinton Rice Design in Atlanta. By varying the height of decorative objects and grouping books for dramatic pops of color, Rice created a cohesive, classic bookshelf that is still functional.
This country-style living room infuses Mexican decor for a cozy, Southwest feel. Pottery is displayed in a wall-length glass case, and pillows with Southwestern designs and animal prints line the furniture.
A light gray stone wall provides a stunning backdrop for a distressed blue console table. Colorful abstract art hangs above the table, which is accessorized with weathered topiaries and candlesticks. Worn pottery sits below the tabletop decor to complement the brightly colored wall art.
This hallway gives off a Mediterranean vibe with its Grecian blue antique side board and stone-like candlesticks. Stone sculptures of white flowering plants in distressed pottery sit on either side of the table, while a painting on the white brick wall provides a colorful finishing touch.
The reception area showcases a hot rolled daybed with burlap mattress. Attached to this bed is a set of bookshelves that house several pieces of Han Dynasty pottery. On the wall above the daybed is a piece of artwork that adds a pop of color to an otherwise neutral space.
This kitchen channels both Spanish and Mexican styling with colorful walls, shelves and pottery. The large metallic mirror hanging over the range is a statement piece that brings more light and space to the room. Designer Emily Severinsen chose a deep orange wall color and carried it through to the pottery, which holds a variety of kitchen utensils. The green tea color on the range hood and cabinets is a refreshing contrast against the bold, rustic metal tile backsplash and cultural artwork. Natural elements like the sabino wood kitchen island and wooden ceiling beams add a country look, while the black modern stools rejuvenate the space. The oversized antique mirror makes the kitchen feel larger and more open.