From pillows to full rooms, Southwestern inspired designs has been trending for a while. It is influenced by Native American and Spanish designs and when mixed with modern furniture with clean lines, Southwestern style pieces can be added to your existing decor to create a unique and welcoming space that can feel very contemporary and cozy.
Here’s a round up my favourite pieces you can use to create a Southwestern inspired nursery for your little one.
A. Southwest Baby Fabric designed by Christine Elliott Designs
B. Arrow fabric from Carousel Designs
C. Joya rocker chair by Monte Design
D. Southwestern inspired pillow by Surya. Available through Christine Elliott Designs
E. Downloadable wall art. ZoomBooneCreations on Etsy.
F. Hand Embroidered Linen Hoop. Smallternative on Etsy.
G. Arrow tie back. Anthropologie -love these!!
H. Drum shade pendant light. Shades of Light
I. Small table lamp. West Elm
J. Metal Chest. Crate & Barrel
K. Wallpaper. RoyalWallSkins on Etsy.
My Southwest Baby fabric will be soon available through Spoonflower.
For my original design I combined my little teepees with a traditional tomahawk motif in a stripe. I choose to use a minty aqua and a burnt orange (both are traditional Southwestern colours) with a soft grey, making it perfect for a baby boy’s nursery. I can also see the brunt orange being swapped out for a coral/pink to create a southwestern inspired girl’s version!
Check out my design and other southwestern inspired patterns currently participating in the Carousel Designs – Spoonflower’s Southwest Baby Contest. The winner’s pattern will become part of the Carousel Designs’ nursery bedding collection!
It’s a dream of mine to create a fabric line, so if you have time today, please check out the contest page and vote for your favourites. And if mine just happens to be one of them – thank you!