Metal was then used for accessories and other items such as chairs and bed frames. There was a lot of mining in the area and ore was more readily available. Many people worked in metal works as a trade and began creating beautiful and elaborate metal frames.
Utah and its Grand Circle of national parks and monuments can inspire a bedding set as well. The hoodoos and other strange rock formation of Bryce Canyon National Park, for instance, can inspire intricate stitching, as can the ancient cliff dwellings unearthed in Mesa Verde National Park. Designs inspired by the Grand Canyon will feature the warm tones of a sunset over the South Rim and the refreshing blues of the Colorado River running through it.
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.
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