If you’re in the decorating mood, your walls are a great place to start. Adding some Western wall decor to a plain wall or even changing out existing decor for something new can totally redesign a space.
And remember: don’t be afraid to push your boundaries! Farm, ranch, rodeo, cowboys…they can all give your home that Western flair you’re looking for.
Let’s start with the time. A large clock can add some cozy sophistication to a room, and it’s even more fun when it looks like a windmill!
Everyone needs some wall hooks, whether they’re by the door for coats or next to the sink for towels. This set of hooks features a boot, saddle, and cowboy hat. You can’t get more Western than that.
This one goes out to the plant ladies. These plants need no attention whatsoever, and they’re still totally gorgeous.
Believe it or not, license plates can make for excellent Western wall decor. Some companies cit up old license plates to make words and phrases. This sign is mimics that practice with the word “rancher.”
Sconces are a category of Western wall decor of their own. You can go modern, Southwest, Old West, or pretty much any theme you want. This sconce is serving major Old West vibes, and we’re loving it.
Any kind of metal wall art is already Western. Add a barn, and it’s a must-have.
Speaking of barns, if you don’t have a barn door in your house already, consider hanging one on your wall.
Of course, there’s something satisfying about making art of your own. For an activity for the whole family, you could complete a Western puzzle, mount it or frame it, and hang it up for everyone to enjoy!