Warm woods used on the floor, ceiling and for the French doors brings a warm, inviting vibe into this southwestern dining room. Neutral upholstered chairs surround the rustic dining table, while a chandelier adds a touch of glam.
Stacked stones in soft shades of sand and brown are used to create beautiful textured walls for this southwestern home. The angled wall provides a protected, private entry to the home and large courtyard. When the sun sets behind the cutouts in the wall, it creates a spectacular vision.
Southwestern style is having a major moment right now, and with it we’re seeing fresh ways to use classic pieces. Here, mounted antlers are used to hold a dream catcher and printed banner, but you can use antlers to display a variety of things. When searching for pieces to display, use the dessert as inspiration. Think cacti and warm, sun-baked tones like terra cotta.
Large picturesque windows look out over beautiful views of Beaver Creek, Colo. A stacked stone wall combines with neutral stone to create an impressive fireplace that is the center of the living room. Gray and white furniture reflects contemporary style, creating a comfortable seating arrangement.
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.
The southwestern home with stucco exterior walls and terracotta roof tiles seamlessly blend the indoors and out. The living room opens up to a welcoming patio, complete with inset flower beds full of color.
Contemporary Southwestern Living Room Boasts Warm Tones
Contemporary glass walls allow the desert sun to fill this warm and cozy living room while offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Stone accent walls, earthy tones, and striped patterns complete the warm, southwestern design.
Spanish-Inspired Wine Cellar Features Timeless Style
An elegant archway is flanked by built-in stone wine racks that hold the homeowners' collection. Warm wood cabinets paired with traditional countertops provide storage for glasses, decanters and other entertaining needs. Terracotta tile grounds the space, while a rustic chandelier adds an Old World note.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican interior design, this Dallas home is made for entertaining large crowds, as well as small family gatherings. Centered around a stucco fireplace, the living room furniture creates a cozy, intimate grouping. A large built-in houses favorite collectibles and frames a gilded piece of art.
"I think the family room and kitchen are a great place for the family to relax and spend time together. It's very comfortable, and the materials are hard-wearing for the kids," says designer Angelica Henry.