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.
The bed tucks neatly into a niche between two stacks of built-in shelves in this bedroom, a neat design move that saves floor space. Faux fur pillows, a rustic wood bench and antlers mounted above the bed all nod to the home's Lake Tahoe location.
An open frame and set of mounted antlers hanging from this built-in shelving unit add depth and visual interest to this sitting area. When styling a bookshelf, don't limit your collection to the shelves.
This rustic dining room was created with soft gray walls, farmhouse-style dining table and an exquisite white antler chandelier. The style is tied together with an antique mirror, photographs, old glass bottles and fresh flowers.
The dining room is a combination of interesting textures and unique pieces, including a pair of antler candelabras. Reminiscent of an antique sewing table, the dining table features a distressed mango wood top and cast iron base––a nod to the home's industrial past.
This rustic dining room, first seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins, features a tongue and groove ceiling and wide plank hardwood floors. The honey-toned wood details are offset by a distressed dining table topped with a white antler chandelier.
An open plan kitchen flows into this charming breakfast nook, which features rich gray walls and light wood floors. A slipcovered banquette pairs with a lovely wood dining table for a cottage feel, and an antler chandelier crowns the space with a touch of rustic flair.