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Because vernacular design is specific to its site, it changes from place to place. Where gable roofs and wood lap siding are elements of the New England vernacular, adobe construction, simple forms and bright colors are vernacular elements in the Southwest.In fact, vernacular design was and continues to be adapted. Centuries ago the pueblo vernacular of the Southwest Indians started to mix with a European, specifically Spanish, aesthetic that remains with us today.
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This desert landscape provides marvelous inspiration for a pink scheme. Try re-creating this with Benjamin Moore’s Pink Panther, Elephant Gray and Devonwood Taupe.
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Southwestern. Southwestern homes are defined primarily by their region — they are usually adobe homes in the American Southwest. This style uses earthy tones, rugged textures and pops of color; it also often includes Native American motifs.Look for: Flat roofs, adobe exterior, painted pottery, colorful tiles, turquoise, bright red, Navajo rugs, longhorn skulls, cactus, tribal patterns, leather; and rough woodMore info: So Your Style Is: Southwestern