The most authentic expressions of the Southwest are those that reflect the heritage of the numerous and diverse Native American people who occupied the region for many years before their first encounters with Europeans. The traditional art of the Hopi, Navajo, Havasupai, Zuni, Tarahumara, Pueblo and other native peoples is recognized throughout America and the entire world. Adding pieces with these elements to a bedroom set will instantly bring to mind the culture and experience of the first Americans.
If you choose solid toned bedding, consider using color blocking to accent and decorate the rest of the baby nursery. Color blocking occurs when contrasting but complementary colors come together. Some unexpected color combinations that work together when color blocked are tangerine orange and navy blue, aqua blue and yellow, cherry red and fuchsia, navy blue and pink, mint green and melon, or even lilac and sherbet orange. These color combinations can be cohesively worked into the walls and bedding, or even added as pops of color on a toy or book shelf, carpet and curtain combination, or in a wallpaper print.
Nylon hanging butterflies can be attached to the ceiling or wall. You can purchase butterfly switch plates, lamps and stools. Little butterflies can be glued to an existing lampshade. Hang a clothesline and use clothespins to secure tiny doll dresses in pretty fabrics against a wall.
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