Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Southwestern - American Indian theme bedrooms - mexican rustic style decor - wolf theme bedrooms - Santa Fe style - wolf bedding


Decorate your master bedroom, guest room or ranch house with this Santa Fe style.


 



This theme design is influenced heavily by the Native American, Mexican, Spanish heritage with a touch cowboy. The southwestern design is characterized by simplicity, repetition of geometric patterns or motifs, and earthy, vibrant southwest tonal shades. 








Express your southwestern side





This giclĂ©e print delivers a vivid image with maximum color accuracy and exceptional resolution. The standard for museums and galleries around the world,  
Variety of south western style prints and posters at all posters






Embodying southwest sophistication with a  burst of color reminiscent of hand paint tiles, pottery and woven Mexican treasures, creates a rustic yet modern feel. Aztec inspired bedding design in Terracotta clay, cactus green, dusty orange, and gold is sure to warm up any space.




Mexican haciendas express a rugged romantic beauty with  rich colors, and natural textures




Timeless Country Bedroom Furniture Collection

Enduring designs are handcrafted in solid wood with chip-carved trim and punched tin panels in the Timeless Country Bedroom Furniture Collection. These rustic maple pieces have a deep Appalachian finish that gives them a beautiful aged quality and feature hammered circle and twig-shaped hardware
available from Black Forest Decor 




American West Bedroom Furniture Collection


Create a frontier feeling in your bedroom with the handcrafted, solid wood American West Bedroom Furniture Collection. This rugged collection features mahogany in a warm, distressed Trestle wood finish, adorned with iron brackets, nail heads and specially designed hardware.
available from Black Forest Decor 




Rustic dining


Wolf wall murals - Desert wall murals available from Murals your Way


The Wyoming Collection Pieces feature Speckled Hair on Hide paired with Fargo Chocolate Leather. Special details include Antique Brown Nails and Decorative Hourglass Feet.

Wyoming Living room Collection available from Rocky Mountain Cabin Decor






Drawing from the muted natural reds, browns, creams and blues of the desert surrounding the Grand Canyon and accentuated with Native designs, each piece of the Canyon Dance Earth Bedding Collection brings the ancient beauty of the American southwest to any bedroom

Canyon Dance Earth Bedding Collection at Lone Star Western Bedding








American Indian theme bedrooms - Tipis, Tepees, Teepees

Native American wall murals from murals your way


Create a private play space indoors or enjoy the great outdoors, great backyard, or even your great back room with a fun teepee play tent.















Tipis were the dwelling places of nomadic Native Americans. Whatever the weather, these tents kept inhabitants dry and comfortable.





Horse wall murals at murals your way











Native American wall murals at murals your way


Faux fur bedding
 and
more on the South Western Theme Decorating Ideas page


Bring the beauty of wildlife into your bedroom with soft luxurious faux fur bedding








 Forest theme bedrooms - Wolf theme bedrooms






Eagles wall murals at murals your way








variety of plush wolf toys here






 

variety of wolf bedding at the bedding inn






Western Arrows Allover Stencil





This Western Arrows stencil is featuring a crisp arrow motif often seen on traditional Indian textiles. Simple and stylish, it's perfect for hallways, living rooms and dining rooms alike. It also works perfectly for the boys room or any room with contemporary or South-Western decor. This is a great stencil for beginners, easy to align and also it goes on pretty fast. You can also use this design for stenciling curtains, furniture and pillows.








visit zazzle for novelty throw pillows - variety of themes - western, cowboys, Indian





Warrior Framed Oil Painting




Chief Framed Oil Painting








The colors of Mexico in vibrant style





In 1521, when the Spanish arrived in Mexico, they were amazed at the spectacular architecture and complex urban planning they encountered in the great city of Tenochtitlán (modern-day Mexico City). To the native Mayan, Aztec, and Olmec traditions that had flourished throughout Mexico, the Spanish brought their own influences, resulting in an extraordinarily rich design heritage that survives to this day. 






There is charm and character in a Mexican home like no other architectural style.





It is a classic, timeless style, color is everywhere on  vibrantly painted walls in rainbow hues, hand painted tiles cover every surface, and traditional Mexican folk arts adorn walls and furnishings.





Express the elegant simplicity of adobe living















The interior design elements-hand-wrought iron chandeliers, punched tin and copper sconces, painted Mexican-country furniture, early American antiques, Navajo textiles, African folk art, contemporary paintings, New Mexican retablos, and Pueblo pottery-are at happy communion inside the comfortable surrounds of adobe. 











Create Scenic views with curtains

Desert Garden Window Art Curtains





Southwestern Art








Chac-Mool Mayan Chichen Itza Warrior Sculpture


Temple of the Warriors, Chichen Itza, Mexico. 1000 A.D. Chac Mools (reclining man statues) have been found across Mesoamerica, from El Salvador to Michoacan, although most of the best examples come from Chichen Itza and Tula. This Toltec style offertory figure is in its typical half-reclining position, supporting himself at the elbows, with its head turned to one side. The bowl held on the chests of Chac Mools were receptacles for offerings; in one Aztec example, the bowl held by the ChacMool was a receptacle for the hearts of sacrificial victims. Chac-Mools may symbolize fallen warriors who deliver offerings to the gods. The original of this Chac Mool is located in a wide platform in front of the entrance to the Temple of the Warriors in Chichen Itza; it is positioned between two large splendidly carved feathered serpent columns that symbolize the god Kukulcan. The term Chac Mool was coined by the 19th century explorer Augustus LePlongeon, and it literally means great jaguar paw in Yucatec Mayan. 


Mayan Head Box - Collectible Decoration Container

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meso America - Atlantean Shelf - Collectible Figurine Statue Sculpture










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