Western Home Decor is in Store

Got a hankering for fixin’ up the home front? There’s no need to be a fussin’ over the stores in your town when you can have new stuff for the homestead at the click of the mouse. Kick off your boots and load up on some of these western home decor suggestions.

Get ready for western style living by first choosing a particular western theme that is to your liking. Consider a cowboy theme complete with a cowboy hat switch plate, a western antler rope basket, a southwest clock (instead of using the sun and moon), and a figurine of a hard working western hero. Of course, you can add a couple of spur bookends over the fireplace and some cowboy storybooks to play up the theme.

With a horseshoe theme you could go with just a few simple additions such as trivets, coat hooks, a napkin holder and even a welcome sign with the family name. You could also center your theme on bandanas, boots, horses, the Wild West, or just rich leather accents.

Discover unique western interior design ideas and create the western home decor or log cabin decor plan of your dreams by choosing to mix a variety of items like covered wagon replicas, old barn paintings, western rugs, a Native American chandelier, or even a lodge wall light.

You can even find toilet seats that are engraved with western characters or wildlife on stained and lacquered wood. They can even be engraved with messages on the inside and brass hinges to add to the western design.

Shop for western bedding by choosing a southwestern sunset bedding set. Some have genuine leather trim, silver conchos and various desert colors. The desert colors give bedding sets a luxury feel you can only dream of. Many queen sets include duvet covers, bed skirts, two pillow shams, a toss pillow and some even have a bolster pillow. The king sets usually add an extra European pillow because of size.

Get a ranch home feel by adding a different array of tables to your living room mix. A teak side table made of reclaimed teak timbers from aged farm homes, abandoned ox carts, and other weathered farm implements would be practical choices. You could play cards in style with a fancy poker table and chairs made out of European beech wood. Or wait out a game of pool in the comfort of a classic billiards chair. Get one with a carved hardwood frame and leather upholstery. Don’t forget a foot rest with nail-head trim to match.

You are sure to brighten up any bare or uninspired space with any of these rustic choices. So what are you waiting for? Get saddled and giddy up for your new western look!