Posts Tagged ‘southwest’

Dance of the Southwest in Living Room Decor

Saturday, March 24th, 2012

There is something earthy and primal about native designs in wall art.  They offer a sense of history and spirit that is rarely seen in other types of decor.  Southwestern metal wall art is a great choice for any homeowner who wants to bring a touch of the tribal qualities into their living space.  The two pieces below can be used together or separately to help you achieve the look you are after.

yhst-23119701400359_2199_86658300The Tribal Musician Laser Cut Metal Wall Hanging features a tribal musician dancing across the scene.  It is done in a muted gray tone that matches most any decor.  The abstractly formed panel measures 10-inches high by 7.5-inches wide and is accented by tribal shapes and designs around the main image.  It is perfect for any room that wants to capture the spirit of the southwest.

yhst-23119701400359_2199_89313357Much like the piece above, the Tribal Handprint Laser Cut Metal Wall Art sculpture is done in the same muted shade of gray.  This makes the pieces perfect companions and works well when they are hung together.  The panel has the same unique abstract shape and is 10-inches high by 7.5-inches wide.  The laser cut out in the center features a tribal hand with details and a row of patterning beneath.

Unlike most southwestern inspired pieces, the monotone coloring of the two above makes them ideal accents for any room.  They work well together or alone, but will always make a big impact wherever they are hung.  If you are searching for just the right pieces, these two metal wall hangings may be just the ones you need.