The natural wood finish on the ceiling, beams, window frame and french doors adds a gorgeous rustic element to this living room design. Wood rockers compliment the rustic influence and blend with the southwestern style. Tribal pattern throw pillows add a pop of red color to the white and neutral room coors.
A rustic stacked stone wall is paired with soft neutral stone to create an one-of-a-kind, southwestern-inspired fireplace. Gray and cream furniture center around the fireplace, creating an intimate conversation area.
With plush furnishings gathered around the huge fireplace, this Southwestern living room maintains a cozy feel despite its grand scale. Exposed brick and wood beams and rough hewn stone evoke a rustic lodge.
The custom cattle ranch logo above the fireplace is positioned on a lift to hide the TV at the push of a button. "It was quite an engineering feat to get such a large panel on a lift and conceal the TV with a massive fireplace below," says designer Angelica Henry.
This living room from designer Amy Bubier brings warmth and a modern twist to a Southwestern-style home with a shag rug, rich warm colors and desert plants. A neutral tan paint color is a good backdrop for burnt orange accent furniture and pillows. Every room needs a little sparkle so the orange silk throw pillows have tiny mirrors sewn on to reflect light.
An adobe fireplace anchors this Southwestern-inspired living room. The space is filled with custom touches, including the leather-upholstered coffee table and bobbin chairs. A light wall color helps to enhance the natural light in the room.
The open layout of this spectacular great room allows for seamless entertaining from the casual dining space into the living area. Chic neutral furnishings provide plenty of seating throughout the space.
In this Spanish Colonial living room, designers wanted to create a casual, elegant space, so they took advantage of the natural light that streams in through the arched windows on the space's far wall. Neutral tones and exposed beams continue to warm the space, while soft fabrics create a comfortable space to relax or entertain.
The family who own this Southwestern-style home wanted one space in which to hang out as a family and play games, do art and read together. A second living space was designed to be more of an entertaining area, as well as a place for the family to watch tv. In both room, designers punctuated the adobe walls with pops of bright colors: red, green and blue.