Wood, dark tones, and ethnic prints: home Inspired by classic barns of American Midwest

Design of this Oklahoma home was inspired by state history, which houses the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. It was the Wild West that became the inspiration of the interiors. Outside, the building resembles a barn and is painted in a beautiful blue tint – a rare color for these places. The internal decoration used several species of wood, including rare mahogany. Black furniture and doors go well with it. In order not to make the space very gloomy, the designer did great work on decor. Cowboy and Native American motifs were used: echnic textile patterns, horns, figurines and paintings with horses, leather furniture and geometric prints. There are so many details that the rooms resemble a museum. But these items make the home so interesting and extraordinary!

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Maria is the lead author at pufikhomes.com. She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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Comments: 3
  1. Александр

    Все равно, на мой взгляд получилось мрачновато.

  2. Марина


  3. Анжелика

    Для меня это смесь шотландского замка и вигвама. Хотя чему удивляться, если на Дикий Запад эмигрировало очень много шотландцев. Получился один из самых колоритных и запоминающихся интерьеров. Насыщенные цвета, клетка и орнаменты. Надёжная массивная красивая мебель. Все очень понравилось, хотя я любитель Испании и Сканди.

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