The kitchen is the hub of the home. A place where everybody gathers when they feel hungry or thirsty. But the kitchen is much more than an area to prepare your food. It can also serve as a dining room, a home bar, and a comfortable place to entertain your guests.
The multi-function of this area makes the kitchen’s interior design very important. The architectural design and décor elements should flow into the rest of your home.
The southwestern style, found in the photos below, originates from the warm and bold designs that can be found in the southwest parts of the US, such as Arizona and New Mexico. However, just because it originates from a specific region of the US, don’t be surprised if you find elements of Native American and Mexican decor.
There are many ways to design around the southwest theme. You may choose to lean in a traditional direction or you may opt for a more modern flare. Browse the photos in this article to see which elements are best suited for your taste. Make sure you share these with your architect, builder, and interior designer so they know exactly what you are interested in creating.
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