This rustic cabin master bedroom features a raised see-through stone fireplace, knotty pine paneled walls and ceiling, exposed beams, neutral bed with southwestern print and upholstered headboard, and a cozy sitting area with brown leather recliners.
In this Mexican-influenced bedroom, sheer white curtains hang from the top of a canopy bed made with white sheets and decorated with dark-colored patterned pillows. An ornate wood mirror hangs on the wall, and a side table is decorated with flower bouquets.
Southwestern-Style Master Suite Boasts Private Balcony
In addition to a small chandelier and adobe fireplace, this master suite boasts its very own balcony. Double doors with glass panels fill the space with natural light and can be opened the owners want to step outside.
This master bedroom expertly employs French Country accents to soften the heavier wood trim of the ceiling and windows. Identical mirrors, ornate lamps and distressed nightstands balance the queen bed on either side, while the floor-length windows elongate and brighten the overall space.
Southwestern-Style Guest Bedroom With Adobe Fireplace
Orange curtains, a rust-colored armchair and terra cotta floors infuse this bedroom with warmth. After they've hung their clothes in the wooden armoire, guests will love curling up on the canopy bed and basking in the heat from the adobe fireplace.
Though simple in style, this guest bedroom feels extra cozy with its reclaimed wood ceiling, plush white bed and light wood furnishings. A skylight, recessed lighting and a pair of sconces keep the space as bright as possible.
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.