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Bohemian decor has long offered us a way to make our homes feel simultaneously warmer, more welcoming and more interesting. But according to Etsy’s 2019 trend report, a new 2019 home decor trend will be taking the interior-design world by storm in the coming months: Southwestern decor, a.k.a. decor inspired by the Southwestern portion of the United States.
Southwestern home decor feels a lot like bohemian home decor in that it involves mixed-and-matched prints, earthy textiles and intricately carved wooden pieces. It departs, however, in palette, pattern and style.
Where bohemian decor is about rich and vibrant jewel tones, Southwestern decor takes advantage of more washed-out shades—like periwinkle, apricot and beige. Where bohemian prints feel organic, Southwestern prints feel a little crisper; stripes and triangles trump florals and paisleys. And where bohemian decor is curvy, drapey and loose, Southwestern decor is a little more staid; it feels minimalist but not at all sterile or underdone.
As die-hard fans of interior design who are always looking for fun new ways to add personality to our homes, we at StyleCaster are incredibly excited about this upcoming 2019 home decor trend. And naturally, we’re already shopping it.
Ahead, a visual (and shoppable) guide to the 2019 Southwestern home decor trend. And remember, you don’t have to go full Southwestern to take advantage of the aesthetic; plenty of these pieces would fit seamlessly into your home, regardless of what decor profile you already have going on.
Pretty affordable as far as sofas go. Plus, couches offer a fun way to introduce new prints into your home.
Bea Rug, $54.40 – $628.40 at Anthropologie
Statement rugs are always a good idea—especially when they’re this cute.
Cactus decor can skew kitschy, but these hooks feel indie-sophisticated, instead.
Knotted Macrame Curtain, $86.40 – 134.40 at Anthropologie
Never underestimate the power of a fringy white curtain.
Elyse Embroidered Lumbar Pillow, $49 at Urban Outfitters
Mix and match these pillows for fun with color (and pared-down patterns).
Amira Carved Wood Nightstand, $179 at Urban Outfitters
Equal parts functional and intricate—we’re sold.
Sienna Kilim Bath Mat, $39 – 49 at Urban Outfitters
Bathrooms are easy to overlook. But they make a serious statement when outfitted as thoroughly as the rest of your living space.
Handcarved Side Table, $348 at Anthropologie
Perfect for filling that corner you have no idea what to do with.
Harlow Reversible Quilt, $119 at Urban Outfitters
Bohemian on one side, Southwestern on the other. (You know, in case you change your mind.)
A table lamp that feels as earthy as the rest of your decor? What are you waiting for?
Kaya Rug, $78.40 – 1,278.40 at Anthropologie
Like we said earlier, statement rugs are always a good idea.
Petrified Wood Coasters, $16 at Anthropologie
Petrified wood coasters are untouchably badass.
Striped Rhys Chair, $2,198 at Anthropologie
Expensive, but so cute (and seemingly comfy) that we don’t really mind.
Oralee Wall Hanging, $228 at Anthropologie
Mixing and matching wall hangings is the new mixing and matching pillows.
Great as a container, a planter or miscellaneous decor.
Tufted Jordana Pillow, $68 at Anthropologie
Stock up on one color—or shop all three if you can’t choose a favorite.
Anchal Triangle Throw Blanket, $290 at Urban Outfitters
An excellent print (and throw) to introduce into any space, regardless of aesthetic. (This pattern is sure to play well with others.)
Nightstands don’t have to be simple. In fact, they can be really, really interesting.
Catchall dishes offer a low-maintenance (and low-cost) way to get in on the trend—without risking buyer’s remorse.
Jess Feury Sunstreak Pillow $88 at Anthropologie
Proof printed pillows aren’t always overwhelmingly colorful.
Pranati Carved Headboard, $498 at Urban Outfitters
I mean, why not give your headboard a makeover, too?
Pendleton White Sands Oversized Towel, $49.50 at Urban Outfitters
Towels are a fun (and underrated) way to make your bathroom a whole lot prettier.
Bitch Steak Knives Gift Set, $368 at Anthropologie
Even your silverware wants in on the Southwestern decor movement.