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Bring the Wild West to Your Bathroom

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Bring the Wild West to Your Bathroom

Don't Forget the Bathrooms Your bathroom does not have to be plain or ignored during a remodel. It may not be as big of a space as your bedroom, living room, or kitchen but, it can still have a Western touch to it. There are many different ways to bring the Wild West to your bathroom and really make it pop in either your own bathroom or a guest bathroom.  Shower There are many ways to dress up your shower and bathtubs with a Western flair. If you would like a brighter, more eye-catching curtain, the Camo Blaze Western Shower Curtain...

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Southwestern Home Decor and Style

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Southwestern Home Decor and Style

Common Elements Found In Southwestern Home Decor When you want to create a Southwestern look in your home, there are many things that you should incorporate and keep in mind when decorating. The interior should be distinctive, warm, and inviting. It should be a combination of Native American and Spanish styles – a traditional infusion consisting of color, wood, metal details, and decorative accents.  Southwestern Color When you picture a Southwestern landscape, you can see all the beautiful bright and bold colors of the sky, the desert, and the wildlife. Colors like red, orange, yellow, cobalt, and turquoise are popular...

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Farmhouse Living

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Farmhouse Living

When you hear ‘farmhouse’, you think rustic and homey. If you’re looking to improve your farmhouse space and make it even more homey, there are many different things you can add. From light fixtures to kitchen items to décor items for your home and even your yard. Even the smallest of things can make a big transformation in your home and turn it into a homey farmhouse.  Common Characteristics In many farmhouses, there are different things you will find throughout all of them. In the kitchen, a farmhouse sink is very common. Essentially, farmhouse sinks are just bigger with more...

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Symbols of the Wild West

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Symbols of the Wild West

Western Symbols in Everyday Life When you think about the Wild West, a lot of different symbols come to mind. Symbols that can be seen throughout many Western movies, TV shows, books, and even towns. Some of these symbols are horseshoes, cowboy hats, stars, and crosses. There are many more common symbols of the Wild West and each one has its own meaning. Horses & Horseshoes Horses played a huge role in the settlement of the United States. Even today, they are still incredibly useful to ranchers and farmers. They also make great pets to those who enjoy weekend rides...

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Take the Wild West with You

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Take the Wild West with You

From personal items to accessories for your vehicle, there are numerous things of the Wild West that can be taken on the go. From accessories for your car and accessories for you, you are sure to bring the Wild West wherever you go. Why contain your love for the Wild West to just your home or office? Let it run free.

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