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Southwest’s Multi-Cultural Style Statement

Embrace the distinctive design scene of the Southwest in your home with a unique blend of Native American, Mexican, Spanish and Modern influences. Andrew Martin brings the colorful culture of Mexico to its new textile collection, Hacienda. Inspired by Mayan, Oaxacan and Otomi designs, the fabrics are full of bright hues, sandy shades and motifs of flora and fauna native to the landscape south of the border. To the trade. (

The stately saguaro is transformed into a sculptural Modernist table lamp by Fred Segal for CB2. Globular LED bulbs blossom from the top of sleek brass arms for an elegant aura. $299 (

Adorned with floral appliques, these supple buffalo leather pillows combine the aesthetics of Spanish design with the rich and rugged materials of the Old West. $895-$1,195 (

Native American artisan Charlene Holy Bear crafts neotraditional beaded earrings for the culture-conscious and style-savvy sartorialist. Multicolored glass beads are meticulously sewn together in dazzling patterns. $100 (

The Ulla Accent Armchair radiates energy and fun through its bold tribal patterns and desert-sunset hues. $598 (

Dress up your windows in The Shade Store’s new Southwest-inspired collection, Pendleton by Sunbrella. The line includes Roman shades and draperies printed in three signature Pendleton patterns—Ombre Plaid, Diamond River Tonal and Zapotec. Custom pricing. (

Authentic vintage Navajo saddle blankets make vibrant displays as textural wall hangings that exude a sense of history into your home. $1,800-$6,500 (


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