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  • channeling new mexico…

    05.13.2010 / places

    I’ve been thinking quite a lot about Southwestern decor and how much I love a good cowhide, kilim and exposed wood. For months I’ve been calling my soon-to-be home a “rustic/modern” (for lack of a better term), but could it possibly be more of a Southwestern Scandinavian cabin? Is there such a thing? Perhaps I’ll name it SXSC or something cheeky.

    Regardless, I love, love, LOVE these interior shots I spotted over at a local New Mexico tumblr Inside. Yes, I could easily see myself incorporating bounds of inspiration from these goodies:

    [All images courtesy of Inside]

    The bottom two are my favorite, if you couldn’t already guess. White paint and exposed fireplace logs? YES!

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