We've already seen a white Halloween and Thanksgiving here on the East Coast, so if you are a sun loving creature like me, you are already dreaming of flying South for the winter. I crave the warmth of the Southwest specifically, and the inspiration that places like Santa Fe provide. So if we can't fly to New Mexico, let's bring some of it into our homes.
One of my favorite design ideas right now is finding Southwestern-inspired items and mixing them with modern elements for an eclectic, warm look.
This NuLoom ottoman is a great addition to any modern space. It adds character without sacrificing comfort. Layering it with this arrow inspired rug design from Land of Nod creates a uniquely curated look.
As always, old meets "nu" is my raison d'etre. This vintage bench was updated with custom upholstery using Southwestern-inspired fabric by Mood. It's a perfect addition to any entry way.
One of my favorite aspects of Southwestern fabrics are the inspiring color stories they embody. This vintage jacket from Duo is the start of a great neutral story for any room. Many times gray or black can feel stark and cold in a space, but when mixed with a warm cream and rust color, like in this jacket, the palette feels cozy and inviting.
Vintage Jacket $75
Are you inspired by the Southwest, too? Share your warm weather inspiration in the comments.