Southwestern Bedding

Southwestern Bedding

Find southwestern bedding, including comforters, duvet covers, linens and matching accessories such as pillows and throws. Your bedroom is the place you go to escape everyday, and a southwest bedding set provides distinct style and comfort providing natural colors inspired by nature.

The southwestern style recalls the beauty of the desert landscapes and the Old West with rugged appeal. It’s a style that incorporates rich hues such as terra-cotta, brick red, turquoise and subtle golds that are straight from the desert sky and landscape.

Explore southwestern bedding sets, such as the El Capitan Collection by Croscill, that showcases a southwest geometric pattern in shades of teal, rust, and gold or the Turquoise River Bed Collection with bold stripes in turquoise, navy, brown and rust micro-herringbone – mixed with beautiful textures. If you’re looking for a softer look, the Sierra Stripes Collection has Southwest-inspired diamond, stripe and chevron designs in rust, chocolate, sand, amber and blue that blend perfectly on this cozy bedding.
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Southwestern Bedding

Instantly add a southwestern style to your bedroom with southwestern bedding, a warm color palette, carved furniture and beautiful textiles. Southwestern design combines culture from American and Spanish tradition which is the heritage of Native Arizona, Mexico and Spain.

Our featured bedding collection is inspired by southwestern designs that includes beautiful rustic colors and geometric shapes. Colors that reflect the desert bring warm earthy tones to the bedroom.

Today’s trends are toward honest, individualistic, and easy-to-live-with. Style today doesn’t subscribe to a formula. The West and Southwest have not disappeared from the scene. If anything, today’s style brings fresh good looks, mix-and-match capabilities and the widespread appeal of sprawling land, blue skies, towering pines, and majestic vistas.

You will find a wide variety of options for furnishing and decorating personalized, comfortable and appealing interiors. Twenty-first-century style Western style is glamorous, upbeat, refined, colorful, comfortable and anything but kitschy! It’s a look we wholly embrace, and there’s enough variety to accommodate a wide world of preferences.

Mix graphic weavings with calico and plaid as easily as with soft leather and natural hides. Take color cues from the vibrancy of the sunset, cactus flower blooms, the eye-popping colors of Mexican weavings, or go subtle with hues from the desert, the prairie or gentle mountain valleys.

Southwestern Colors in the Bedroom

Southwestern bedrooms generally include warm colors that reflect the colors of Mother Earth. Turquoise and blue-green shades reflect the colors of the sky while orange and yellow hues resemble that of the desert.

The modern version of this style incorporates a subtle palette that shows appreciation of the softer, more natural tones found in stones, sand, soil and the sky. Deeper colors such as dark greens, browns and sun-bleached shades can incorporated in area rugs, throw pillows, blankets and art work. A beautiful and minimalist approach to this style of design is to paint the walls in a creamy white, and bring in color in the furniture and décor.

Plenty of Texture

Handwoven and natural textures work perfectly in a southwestern bedroom. Bring in texture with southwestern style rugs, throws and window treatments. A sheepskin rug by the bed adds warmth and visual texture.

Rustic Bedroom Furniture

Natural rustic wood furniture in warm tones is also used throughout Southwestern bedrooms as well as accent furniture painted in bright and bold colors.

The furniture in a Southwestern bedroom generally has clean lines and sturdy construction. Elaborate wood furniture references centuries of Spanish design, and are characterized by carvings. Wrought iron furniture legs, lamp bases and chandeliers also reflect the historic use of available materials.

Think about adding in typical Southwestern accents and decor such as decorative pottery, woven textiles, tiling and cactus.