Obviously, we’re big fans of all things southwestern decor here and so we spend a lot of time browsing for southwest decor furniture and accessories. Here’s a few of our favorite items that we’ve stumbled across recently.
Southwestern patterned pillows can be a great addition to a bedroom with a bright Native American-inspired bedspread or a nice touch of flare to a more simple living room sofa. I’ve also found that pillows like this can be great for making a dining room chair more interesting when it’s not in use.
Reclaimed wood patterned wall art is a creative way to bring a rustic feel to any space. Every piece has a story and is an instant conversation starter. There are tons of great designs and styles of this on Etsy.
Dreamcatchers are an essential item for any southwestern/western decor lovers you know. They were first used by the Ojibwe people. They believed that the harvest would be bountiful that season if the feathers ruffled more than 5 times in one night.
Hand painted vases like these are a great addition to a coffee table or to place upon the furniture in your entryway. You can place flowers in them for an extra bonus. We recommend a nice Autumn Sage, Texas Red Yucca or Desert Sunflower.
These southwestern chairs and swings are also great. You don’t have to go full on western or southwestern decor in your entire home to take advantage of the flair that these can bring to a room. Also, if you decide to add a swing like this to your bedroom, be sure to consult a professional. You need a really sturdy configuration or you’ll take a chunk of your ceiling out when you try to swing on it. Trust me — I’ve experienced it first hand.
Nothing says the American southwest quite like a baby cactus on the coffee table.
I just love this teepee shelf. It’s simple, but still elegant. It’s a great home for that baby cactus that you’re looking at.
These hand painted plates are a great addition to your kitchen set. They’re great to pull out when you are feeling a bit whimsical or serving some southwest inspired meals.
A bench like this is a great addition to any entryway and, if you weather proof it, would be a great way to add some extra seating outside. It looks like it came right of a little Catholic church, in the middle of a Texas desert.
These wicker baskets and bowls are a lot of fun. Bonus points if you keep your snakes in them.
You didn’t think we’d end our roundup with talking about one of our southwest area rugs, did you? This one is called Big Chief (in blue). It was inspired by the Native American tribes of the American southwest. We thought it would be a fitting addition to the teepee of a great Native American chief. This rug and many other rugs are available in 9 sizes on our shop page. If you love southwestern decor, we think you’ll really like what we have to offer.