Recognized by homeowners in every region, Texas Ranch style home decor strives to combine elements of rustic style and comfortable elements of Texas Ranch.
This style started in the southwest and is appreciated by both young and old. Whether you’re the owner of a new game or just looking for a cozy renovation, Texas ranch-style decor can be simple and elegant.
Colors and patterns are perhaps the most important elements when looking for Texas ranch style in a home. Cafes and light coffee are the main colors of this style. Brown, copper and rusty leather are important colors, and terracotta color, used at will, can positively affect the image that looks like a ranch. Bring a cowhide pattern to your space in accents such as pillows, curtains and window frames, wall decorations and carpets. Rope printing is also a good option for creating space with this style.
Wooden furniture for a ranch-style home should be rustic or look worn. You can often see pieces of natural wood, as well as pieces with accents in the colors of copper and rust. Brown leather with wooden accents unites the image. Consider pieces of wood and wrought iron for small items such as coffee tables. Church pews, if any, work well in small spaces such as hallways, small living spaces and kitchen corners.
Complete your Texas ranch look with decorations such as old shoes, worn rope, used cowboy hats and hangers, a round stove, old metal milk bottles and bar stools made with tractor seats. Consider hanging old agricultural tools such as hand saws, hanging a blanket or horseshoes on the door. Find a local welder or craftsman and ask him to make a horseshoe-shaped hanger for the hallway. Paintings with wooden frames that seem worn out can add a nice detail to this decoration.
Ranch decor in Texas is a universal comfort. Think about thinking outside the box, for example, things like an old wooden sleigh can work as interesting coffee tables. Find a saddle and hang it on a railing or on a hanger. Bull horns emphasize this image in any space, if you hang them on the fireplace or on the window.