Welcome to the (New) Neutral Zone
Forget boring beige. Crisp whites, honeyed browns, and creamy grays and yellows breathe a modern sensibility into Southwestern homes
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
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
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