Adding Tile to Your Southwestern-Style Décor

You don’t have to live in the Southwest to incorporate this welcoming style into your home décor. Southwestern-style décor can be used throughout your house, or just in a few specific rooms that could benefit from its warmth and panache. Wood, textiles, and natural elements all play a role in Southwestern design, which can be subtle in its beauty. When you want to add a bit of color and life to your décor, consider how you can incorporate custom tile into your home. Tile can be a beautiful addition that takes your Southwestern décor to the next level.


Some people may not give much thought to the backsplashes in the kitchen or bathroom, but a well-designed backsplash can add a great deal of visual interest to your space. A backsplash is a perfect place to showcase Southwestern-style tile, as it is aesthetically pleasing as well as functional. Tile can be cleaned easily, making it the ideal material for backsplashes. Choose colors that work well with your existing space, and consider using tile with bright colors to really make your backsplash pop.


If you are looking for a way to decorate your entryway, a custom tile mural could be the right choice. A tile mural can depict just about anything you want, from a natural landscape scene to an abstract design. Using a tile mural in your entryway makes a statement about your personal decorating style to anyone who comes through your door, and is a great way to set the scene for the rest of your home.

Bar Tops

Whether you entertain often or you just like to make cocktails for yourself, a bar can be a great addition to your house. To give your home bar area a Southwestern flair, have a tile bar top made for you. You can choose from different colors to match your barware or add a little zest to your amateur mixology.

When you want to add a Southwestern flair to your home décor, contact Carly Quinn Designs at (520) 624-4117. We specialize in custom tile for backsplashes, murals, bar tops, and more. Let us help you turn your decorating visions into a reality.