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.
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.
Wall-mounted antlers, a large portrait of a deer above the stunning fireplace, exquisite crown molding and a beautiful patterned rug give this creamy living room textural appeal, full of depth and detail.
Varying sizes of mounted antlers hang above a gray, distressed antique cabinet with open middle shelf. A dark patterned arm chair sits in the foreground. The majority of color is provided by the large framed artwork of a flower garden and the small surrounding plants.
A large stone fireplace is the focal point in this spacious and rustic living room. A vaulted wood ceiling draws the eye upward toward a pair of mounted antlers, while comfy furnishing, including matching wingback chairs and a zebra-print ottoman, anchor the seating area below.
This traditional white bedroom features masculine accessories, such as a mounted turtle shell above the bed and antlers above the dresser. Various plates and framed artwork showcasing bird images create a themed gallery wall.
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.
A faux-foliage chandelier, leaf finials on the curtain rods and antler wall mounting are just some of the distinctive touches in this dining room from Charles Faudree Interiors. Distressed table and chairs help give the space its casual feel.
The same white paint used on the beds in this farmhouse bunk room also covers the walls and ceiling, making the small room feel spacious. A small antler mount above the door adds a whimsical touch, while brightly colored quilts invite guests to relax.