Incorporating southwest themed upholstery fabrics into new and used furniture helps reinvent a fusion of two artistic approaches to home design. First is the collaboration of this ancient art being able to blend with the general architecture and functional design of the present home construction technology. Second is the economic beauty of being able to reborn an otherwise obsolete piece of furniture into a highly valued antique but usefully updated articles for the house.
Some of the most popular southwestern fabrics chosen as great for upholstery are from a wide variety of chenille, jacquards and tapestries in great Southwest and Western themed designs. But do not confine your chosen southwest fabrics for upholstery because they also work wonders for beddings, table runners, pillow and draperies that add fervor to the flavor of your home décor.
Friday, February 25, 2011
Posted by Great Southwest Style at 2:32 PM
Have you ever had one of those moments when you had to snap yourself back to reality? You were so caught up in your fantasies that you tend to forget that you have a laundry to do, assignments to finish and deadlines to beat. If your dream is to travel to the Southwest like Arizona to feel the warm embrace of the desert and the strong aroma of Native American cuisine, why not surround yourself with the rich colors of Great Southwest Style? It has a wide array of flavorful southwestern blend of products including home décor, lighting fixtures, soft pillow, upscale wall hangings, table runners and colorful fabrics.
Transforming your homes into a distinct Southwestern Native American abode Santa Fe style or one from Arizona is one easy and fun thing to do when you are in the mood for some home interior decorating. You can start small with little things around your house that can easily be changed without much fuss but still within your budget. You do not have to spend top dollars on many stunning pieces of art such as specially woven Santa Fe style fabrics but still attain that perfect metaphor for the southwest way of life.
Posted by Great Southwest Style at 2:15 PM