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This photo provided by Linda Robinson Design Associates, shows a bedroom in an old traditional mud adobe home in Paradise Valley, Arizona. This room has integral colors in the concrete floor in a lovely soft chestnut tone and the french doors open fully access the lush green courtyard with a hand cut cantera stone fountain. The handmade iron four poster bed his natural linen bedcover with an old kilim rug remnant across the foot of the bed and an eclectic assortment of old kilim covered pillows. The antique Persian rug on the floor anchors the antique French chair and antique New Mexican wood trunk. (Christopher Bowden/Linda Robinson Design Associates LLC via AP)

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A desert storm is brewing in the design world. Renewed interest in earthy color palettes, rich textures, tribal patterns and rustic elements has sparked a revival of Southwestern decorating style, long associated with homes in New Mexico and Arizona.

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