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How to Use Jewel Tones In Your Decor

Is your western decor feeling a little lusterless lately? Need to add a little flare to the farm?

We have some pointers for infusing this year’s color trends into your traditionally neutral, rustic interiors.

After Benjamin Moore revealed their deep-magenta shade “Shadow” as 2017’s Color of the Year, jewel tones have been everywhere from runways to showrooms.

While it’s no surprise that fashionistas and interior designers alike are drawing inspiration from sultry shades like magenta, mulberry, and burgundy, you may be wondering how to incorporate them into your western decor.

Here are some ideas:

1. Southwest Print Armchair

Brumbaugh's Armchair
Selecting a piece adorned in a southwestern print but in a trendy, eye-popping color is a great option for boosting color into your space.

This is a rich, jewel-toned chair great for relaxation and comfort. The beautiful plum fabric is accented with a sultry leather. Current design trends of red, plum, and merlot look great with amber hues of more traditional leather materials.

2. Patterned Rug

Brumbaugh's Southwestern Rug

Worried about changing your western space a little too much?

A great way to highlight an area without completely changing the look and feel of your furniture is by adding a vibrant rug to the room. Rugs are usually considered to be one of the most effective items for pulling a room “together.” But if you’re in the mood for something playful, they’re also a great way to imbue some color into your world!

You can stay true to your rustic roots and be a little adventurous! Select a rug that features traditional southwestern prints in jewel tones (like the one pictured above). Today’s interior design trends are all about mixing and matching prints, so don’t be afraid to play around with contrast.

3. Crocodile Patterned Ottoman

Brumbaugh's Crocodile Ottoman

Not really in the mood for a merlot color palette? Fear not.

If you love the finer things in life, you know not all jewels come in purples and reds. Brighten up a room and steer clear of fuchsias with a true statement piece like this turquoise ottoman. This beautiful leather piece is embossed with a crocodile pattern. It’s the perfect alternative for capturing your unique flair.

Statement pieces like this are meant to be the belle of the ball, so placing them in a space where they can stand out is best!

4. Diamond Quilted Leather Chair

Brumbaugh's Quilted Leather Chair

If you’d prefer to stick with traditional leather but still want to try incorporating trendy colors into your decor, selecting just a few unique pieces to stand out will do the trick. Jade looks amazing alongside those pink and purple jewel tones, so don’t be afraid to branch out a bit.

It goes without saying that when it comes to western decor, leather is a common staple. But leathers and hides don’t always have to come in the traditional brown and tan shades. Consider purchasing a statement piece like this diamond quilted leather chair in order to put a little pop into your space.

Contrast is key, here! The baroque chair frame and unexpected jade leather put a fun twist on what we usually consider to be a more formal style.

Need help updating your western decor?

In the end, the most important thing to remember when it comes to decorating your western space is to invest in those pieces you absolutely love, regardless of the rules. After all, your home is your haven.

Like anything else these days, interior design trends are sure to evolve. We understand that sometimes it can be difficult to keep up with the latest fads. Call us at 817-244-9346 or visit our showroom to see how we can help you with all of your interior design needs!

How are you planning to incorporate jewel tones into your western decor?

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