Whether you love watching old John Wayne movies on rainy days, or you’re all about the boho-chic vibes of the Southwest, chances are you’ll be drawn to the Wild West home decor that’s making a comeback. The rustic, old-country look of yesteryear is now surprisingly chic, so kick off your boots, take a seat, and get inspired.
Succulents, Southwest prints, and weathered wood – it’s the little odds and ends that make this style stand out. Plus, if you want to try out this look in your home, there’s no better way to experiment than adding in a few little treasures at a time. This is also a great way to integrate Western style without making it seem forced or overdone
I believe great textures are important to any home design, but they’re especially essential to the Western look. Brickwork, wood ceilings, cowhide, fur, those windows with an incredible view – these elements are all essential to the success of this look. Modern architecture and the large photo print keep this room tasteful and current.
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Western style is reflective of the natural world. Bring the outdoors inside with the colors, plants, and style surrounding your home. Make sure your home fits in as part of the environment and an extension of the outdoors with your decor.
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Western Your Way
Still not convinced about Western style for your home? Get inspired by blended Western styles. Whatever your style is, there is a way to incorporate a bit of the Wild West.
A cozy cowhide rug in front of a whitewashed fireplace makes this look sophisticated with a Western flair.
Who knew a steer skull and cheetah print could work so well together? Paired with neutrals, graphic prints, and a fluffy throw, this bedroom brings a bit of Western style in addition to its glamorous vibes.
Artsy & Colorful
If you think Wild West style only includes neutrals, think again! A bold buffalo print and colorful, eclectic pillows make a Western statement with an artsy touch.
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There are so many ways to integrate old West vibes into modern homes! Time to get back in the saddle and ride with this trendy yet timeless style.