In this living room, leather upholstery and rustic wood furniture provide the foundations for the Western look, but the details - nail heads on the upholstery, Native American patterns on the pillows, Western art and even a saddle displayed as a sculpture - are what truly define the room's style.
This Spanish-style dining room adds a formal and upscale note to a Western-style home. The Spanish style works well with the Western style because of the crossover of Mexican influences in the Western United States.
The original homeowners added these pillars and arch to frame their bed, but for the new homeowner, the space was too small for a king-size bed set. Using small, triangular end tables with the existing can lighting instead of standard nightstands with table lamps made the space work.
Adding a table for two in the corner of a bedroom or a living room creates a space for an intimate breakfast or a shared game. Such spaces also capture the warmth that transforms a house into a home.
Smaller spaces, like the living room in this apartment model, need smaller scale furniture to open up the rooms and to create livable spaces.