Southwestern Inspired Home Decor
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By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
Bring the warmth of the American Southwest into your home with these rustic and colorful accessories.
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Brooklyn-based Electric Love puts a modern spin on the Native American dream catcher. The husband-and-wife team incorporates wire, thread, turkey feathers and quartz crystals into their designs, which would make a soulful addition to any nursery.
SHOP NOW: Brown Deer Leather Dream Catcher, $385
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Made of virgin Pendleton wool in classic tones of red, orange, yellow and fuchsia, these sleeves by The Good Flock will keep your essentials safe in transit.
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Truly one of a kind, this vintage blanket at Ruby + George boasts finely woven wools in rich red, cream and black. It can be worn in the traditional manner (draped around the shoulders) or used as table runner.
SHOP NOW: Antique Third Phase Navajo Blanket, $735
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Papa Stour sources these natural antlers (left) from the Scottish Highlands, while Toronto-based Castor Design creates these manmade versions (right) out of cast bronze or aluminum. Prop them on a mantle or hang them above your bed to lend a touch of regality to the room.
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Catch your reflection in one of these eclectic handmade mirrors by Grain. Each rim is wrapped in colorful hemp twine, adding texture and color to a room.
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Quality and color rule with these napkins. Textile designer Rachel Craven lends a Native American appeal by applying bold geometric arrows onto natural flax linen.
SHOP NOW: Flax Napkin Set, $96 for set of 4
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This antler keychain looks just as chic hanging from the wall as it does attached to a set of keys.
SHOP NOW: Antler Key Chain, $48
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This natural-hide rug feels as luxurious as it looks, making it the perfect versatile accessory to give your rugged American decor a bit of glamour.
SHOP NOW: Medium Ivory Cowhide Rug, from $499
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The iconic Acapulco chair gets a sophisticated update with worn leather cording instead of vinyl.
SHOP NOW: Acapulco Chair, from $399
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San Francisco–based woodworking artist Luke Bartels creates decorative antlers by securing salvaged branches on a carved walnut crest. Tada! Tree chic.
SHOP NOW: Branch Antlers, from $185
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