The steer head cow skull is a definitive symbol of the Old West, often used as focal points in Native American Indian art. Cow skulls have come to represent the dangers and risks faced by Native American Indians and pioneers of the Old West in the spirit of the Southwest. One of our genuine cow skulls hung above an entryway in your home or courtyard helps set the tone for a powerful Southwestern decorating theme.
and other pieces of American Indian art. Our Kiva ladders are intended for decorative purposes and are not safe for climbing. They are perfect for use as trestles in Southwestern gardens or along adobe walls, and can be included as unique towel racks in rustic bathroom remodeling plans.
Grand River Supply sells unfinished plaster of Paris nichos that can be easily inserted into an existing wall regardless of construction method. Once finished to your taste, our nichos provide awesome display areas for Mexican and Native American Indian pottery, Southwestern pottery, photos, flowers, and religious artifacts.
Another creative way to display your spirit of the Southwest is with our decorative outlet covers and decorative switch plate covers that feature artwork inspired by Navajo Indians and Hopi Indians. Our Old West wall decorations come to the rescue when you’re stuck for inexpensive house warming gift ideas. These rustic and Southwestern accents also make excellent office decorations for fans of western cowboys, cowgirls, cowboy boots, rustic barbed wire decor, and North American Indians. Our wildlife wall decorations featuring bears, American buffalo, lizards, snakes, and wild mustangs look fantastic when displayed inside log cabin homes and adobe houses.