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.
All fabrics in this family room are stain-resistant, making furniture kid-friendly and easy to clean. The back half of the room was arranged as a sort of playroom, with kid-sized furniture and two fun hanging chairs.
A sleek wood table is surrounded by leather-wrapped chairs and plaid armchairs for a masculine, western-inspired dining room. Beautiful black-and-white horse photography creates an eye-catching focal point.
Friendly and so inviting, this living room uses fun country accents like the cowboy hats, guitar and barn door to infuse the space with personality. Flat white walls and a sofa help the room feel very open and bright.
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.
This home is all about a unique use of materials, clearly seen in the range of textures in this dining room. On a grand scale you see the varying use of metal, leather and wood, but little details like the shattered glass hiding in the dining room table are what make the space unique.
Royal blue accents reign supreme in this great room, adding a stylish touch to the comfortable cream-colored furniture. The rustic fireplace and birdcage light fixture create a pleasant visual contrast with the modern windows.
A tight spiral staircase, beautiful archways and a high ceiling create an architectural dream in this Puerto Vallarta sitting room. Stone surroundings and warm lighting give a glamorous cave-like look perfect for quiet and cozy relaxation.
The open, southwestern-inspired kitchen and dining room is grounded by terracotta tile and hardwood flooring. A rustic dining table is paired with long benches for family-style dinners, while a two-tiered chandelier adds an Old World nod to the space.
This living room introduces a bit of flair to its otherwise contemporary space by using Southwestern fabrics for pillows and art. The yellow walls provide a soft background for the stronger colors of the furniture and and the accessories' busier prints.
Rebar is highlighted as a design feature in this unique fireplace and repeated in other elements throughout the home. The lighting through the pattern casts dramatic shadows across the textured golden walls. The pocketing glass doors disappear at the touch of a button to create a seamless connection between indoors and outdoors.
Multiple seating areas create plenty of space for intimate conversations during large parties at this Westlake, Texas, home. The exterior of the house and the two-sided fireplace are clad in Austin zone to create a natural limestone look.