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Welcome to the (New) Neutral Zone

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Forget boring beige. Crisp whites, honeyed browns, and creamy grays and yellows breathe a modern sensibility into Southwestern homes

 

Last Light

In this print, Colorado artist Kathy Beekman captures the vast skyscape Southwesterners know and love. Just imagine how the pastel sunset would pop against a crisp white wall.

Last Light, starting at $180, kathybeekman.com

 

Pot of Gold

Bright white and shiny gold make a modern-yet-classic duo in this handmade bud vase. Add a single flower for the finishing touch.

Cornelia Bud Vase, $32, luluandgeorgia.com

 

Smokey Style

The neutral shades ensure this pillow will play well with your existing color palette. But the bold pattern guarantees it’s no wallflower.

Macall Pillow, Cloud, starting at $60, luluandgeorgia.com

 

Floor Show

Hand-woven and hand-loomed by the Zapotec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico, this Angora wool blend rug features a traditional design made current thanks to its sandy hues and charcoal stripes.

Shining Star, starting at $280, escalanterugs.com

 

Park Your Hide

A hint of “Home on the Range” (yes, that’s authentic cowhide) is balanced with mod curves, tapered wooden legs and brushed brass.

Viceroy Cowhide Chair, $399, cb2.com

 

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