contemporary-western-designIf you’ve been looking for a Western-oriented interior design book that takes you beyond Molesworth, cut steel and antler chandeliers, here’s the book for you.

Western style for the home has finally been redefined by Thea Marx, a native of Kinnear, Wyoming, who has spent much of her career working with craftspeople and artisans devoted to the American West. These designers stay true to the pioneer spirit by stretching the boundaries of style to include recycled materials (such as papering your walls with buckskin) and mixing unusual materials (using leather machinery belts as straps for a bench). Every Western decór could benefit from the ideas in here. Whether your style is casual country or red-hot & wild Western, you’re sure to find something dazzling that will make your home pop.



—Meghan Saar

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