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Welcome to our enormous gallery of southwestern master bedroom design ideas! This is where dessert influence meets the bright colors woven into designs unique to this region.
The Southwestern design features earthily toned and rough textures alongside handcrafted objects like brightly colored woven fabrics. Clay tile roofs and terracotta are common with this style, as is anything reminiscent of the desert landscapes found in the Southwest.
Surprisingly, only 1,545 bedrooms out of the 582,301 that we analyzed featured a Southwestern design style. With artisan décor, woods and leathers, and geometric patterns, it’s hard to deny the intimate nature this style offers. Common motifs feature Native American and ranch-inspired. These can include lassoes, animal hides, and dreamcatchers.
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Southwestern Bedroom Data
There are plenty of elements that can be used to create a one of a kind bedroom, making the key to pulling off the Southwestern design style simplicity. Too much at once can overpower the room into a more Eclectic kind of feel.
Colors of the Desert
Cactus greens, adobe reds, and any neutral tone reminiscent of the desert creates the Southwestern color palette. Wood tones help to create a more ranch style, while bright yellows and turquoise display a more Native American theme. Out of the 332,061 bedrooms we analyzed, green was used in 3.53% of rooms while a neutral beige was used 10.61% of the time.
The usual color found on this design style’s walls is a neutral white or cream. Whites were found in 47,202 bedrooms out of the 173,576 we analyzed for wall color, making it the most popular option amongst homeowners.
All Wood Floors
Hardwood floors and the Southwestern design style go together like peanut butter and jelly. Next, to a carpet, shades of hardwood were the most popular option in 165,175 homes with 83,042 choosing either light, medium, or dark options for their floors.
Fireplaces for Desert Nights
A key element to Southwestern styles is a fireplace for cold desert nights. While these are more commonly found in living areas than bedrooms, it is something worth considering. We analyzed 73,725 bedrooms for the use of a fireplace, finding that 13.62% of them featured a standard fireplace.