11 Rooms With Covetable Cowboy Style


In love with the modern cowboy aesthetic? Look to this design roundup for inspiration on how to incorporate Western accents into your home.


The great room’s palette echoes that of the commissioned work by Molly B. Right, in which colorful bottlecaps form a portrait of 19th-century Ute tribal leader Chipeta. The owners’ armchairs were recovered in a bold pattern by Osborne & Little, custom sofas wear wool boucle by Travers and the ottoman by CR Laine is covered in leather by Zax. (Tour the home.)


Interior designer Laura Kehoe furnished the living room with custom pieces, including the sofa upholstered in Pindler fabric from Pacific Resource Group and the armchairs covered in fabric from Sam Moore. The coffee table is by Dovetail Furniture and the rug is from Underfoot. (Tour the home.)


Nestled into a verdant hillside, a stylish farmhouse conceived by designers Audrey Dunn and Ladd Lambert makes a bold statement in San Juan Capistrano, California. (Tour the home.)


Fashioned from found elk antlers, the dining room chandelier bespeaks this home’s locale. The vintage dining table from The Renner Project is surrounded by chairs from West Elm. Flitch fabricated the bar cabinet. (Tour the home.)


Steel railings and handblown glass light fixtures in the entry are among the many modern elements designer Anne Grice used to lighten the heavy elements in this Snowmass Village, Colorado, home. Grice designed the light fixture and the walnut-and-steel console table. The rug is by Tufenkian. (Tour the home.)


Builder Scott Edmunds and his team oversaw the interior plasterwork by Hopper Finishes throughout the house, including the master bedroom. Here, an antique mercury lamp from Wiseman and Gale Interiors sits on a nightstand from Scottie Reid’s Southwest Designs. The four-poster Rose Tarlow bed is upholstered with Dedar fabric. (Tour the home.)


Objets d’art, including a horse blanket draped over a vintage wooden saddle stand, add to the home’s Argentinian aesthetic. “We tried to keep that vibe going, but we wanted it to be authentic, not kitschy,” says interior designer Janis Evans. (Tour the home.)


Designer Tineke Triggs used black-lacquer paint and a Missoni runner to give the original staircase a contemporary look in a San Francisco-area residence for homeowners Wendy Holcombe and Carl Kawaja. Above the owners’ chest and antique ship lens, the designer hung a skull she purchased on a cattle ride. (Tour the home.)


Interior designer Melanie Millner established two seating areas in the living room of an Aspen vacation home by placing Cameron’s Glenwick sofas back-to-back. A hand-forged iron chandelier by Smithworks Iron & Design is overhead. (Tour the home.)


Existing timbers lend a rustic feel to the family room, which was enlarged with the help of builder John Buestad. Designer Catherine Macfee anchored the space with custom-designed armchairs upholstered with antiqued leather and detailed with nailheads. She balanced those pieces with a custom sofa upholstered with a textile by Calvin Fabrics and two armchairs, which she dressed in a bold Osborne & Little textile. The Astrid carpet is by Stark. (Tour the home.)


A custom 12-foot-long Mimi London table formed from single lengths of spruce centers the dining area, which is framed by timbers supplied and installed by E.H. Beamery. Surrounding the table are the owners’ antique Windsor chairs along with host chairs by Dennis & Leen. The oil is by Joe Andoe. (Tour the home.)