This bold foyer features vibrant blue walls paired with a red and yellow Navajo print area rug, creating the perfect Southwestern vibe for this historic adobe home. Exposed beam ceilings and a small woven armchair finish off the look of the space.
This eclectic sitting area blends exposed beam ceilings, Navajo print rugs and modern artwork. Neutral upholstered armchairs are arranged on one side of a wooden dining table, while a black and white bench with pink piping is positioned on the other. A wrought iron chandelier hangs above the table.
Keep your guests warm and comfy with throw blankets that coordinate with the overall look and feel of your outdoor entertaining area. Here, a classic navajo patterned blanket plays up the navy blues and deep burnt oranges of the space while also ensuring guests stay warm after dark.
This colorful living room features a small sitting area with neutral pintucked chairs and a round wooden table with Navajo pottery placed on top. A wrought iron chandelier hangs from the exposed beam ceiling, while multicolored decor, including the pillows and area rugs.
A striped area rug, tapestry print throw pillows and a Navajo rug on the wall bring an eclectic mix of patterns and cultures into this electic living room. A handwoven basket and a contemporary lamp add a collected feel to the room.
This wooden bench features a pairing of classic neutral and black striped upholstery with a funky black and white print. Pink piping adds a finishing touch. Multicolored nature-inspired pillows are placed on top of the bench, while Navajo pottery decorates a nearby table.
The homeowners loved their home's original wall color, Navajo White, and they wanted designers to match that color, so they brought in muted blues, grays and subtle pops of color to complement the existing wall color and the furniture that the homeowners had already purchased for the space.
This bold living space features a blue foyer with a black and white Southwestern door that leads the way to a sitting area. Navajo print rugs cover the hardwood floors, while an exposed beam ceiling lends a rustic touch. A soft gray print dresser provides the ideal spot for a bar tray and table lamp.
When millennials design a community, outdoor spaces are key. Diana Gruberg and Chunlan Zeng, as UPenn students, designed a settlement for the Navajo Nation, complete with an outdoor plaza and hydroponic farm. The project was a 2015 American Society of Landscape Architects award winner.