A small plate assortment centerpiece compliments the plate wall decor in this southwestern style dining space. A built in bench is padded with charcoal gray and red striped throw pillows for a pop of bold color and cozy seating around the smooth wood dining table.
To create a seamless design in this Spanish Colonial kitchen, designers covered some of the new appliances in wood panels with an antique finish. This creates the elegant space that the homeowners were hoping for.
Neutral stone wall accents are a gorgeous, natural addition to this contemporary living room. Warm tones and southwestern patterns blend in with the stunning desert landscape that is seen through floor to ceiling windows.
Give your version of midcentury style a more personal look by letting your home’s geographic location influence the design. For this house in Austin, Texas, for example, designer Christen Ales, chose colors and motifs that nod to the southwestern site—and yet still have a midcentury look. “The décor mixes fun bohemian patterns and textures, like this wallpaper from Cavern Home, with modern and more traditional Mexican style furniture silhouettes for a clean, but eclectic look,” she says.
Elaborate wood carvings on the vanity, dressing table and mirrors bring Old World flair to this Spanish Colonial Revival master bathroom. Light-colored hardwood floors ground the space and combined with soft yellow walls and neutral tiles keep the space bright. Spanish-inspired tiles add a burst of earth-toned color.
A hallmark of Southwestern architectural style, this adobe home exterior features Pueblo Revival design with a flat roof and rounded exterior walls. A bright red front door and window frames pop against the brown exterior, giving the home character.
Exposed wood beams bring a rustic quality to this comfortable living room. A pair of slipcovered sofas centers on the stone fireplace, and by the window is a cozy seating area that takes in the natural light.
This large, open floor plan creates a perfect space for the family, as well as for entertaining. Weathered wood floors are paired with an all-white color palette and brass chandeliers, evoking a sophisticated southwestern style.
This style originated in the American Southwest and incorporates Native American and Spanish elements such as warm, sun-washed colors, tile, exposed ceiling beams, handcrafted items and bright woven fabrics.