Along with red clay, there are other colors that remind us of our Native American brothers and sisters. Tans that represent hides turned into clothes. Stones of blue turquoise that radiate on walls, on pottery or framed jewelry. Using white from bone or feathers reminds us to not waste the items we use. Leathers are rich and also are representative of the animal hides used to house and clothe the Native American population.
Wood and Stone
Adding wood and stone to any home is bringing nature inside the home. Wood and stone have the power to ground our minds which can turn our design into healthy living. Adding stone can also act as seating areas both inside or outside your home. Adding nature’s elements to your yard can also bring an amazing native inspiration to outdoor living.
When you visit an area of the US, you may find tribes willing to sell accessories that represent their tribe’s history. Beautifully spears, head dresses, rugs and even furniture can bring a distinct look to your home. Pottery is often crafted by Native Americans and this pottery is rich in color and will provide a stand out piece for your home’s visitors.
Adding Native American inspired decor starts by appreciating the land from which all nature comes from. And adding these natural elements will make your home a stand out for all to see.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving and may your days be blessed with gratitude.