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Native American drums used for rustic tables are the exact opposite of the cold look of contemporary style and ultra modern decorating. People are making a strong shift in their expectations for their furniture’s comfort and design by embracing Native American.
Drums suite both form and function when one desires to build a sense of home into their design. Warmth and friendliness have become the emphasis of this popular decor with Indian drum tables, antler lamps and rawhide lamp shades leading the way. The congeniality of a country smile or closeness with dear friends is the atmosphere sought after in today’s rustic design and becoming a reality through Native American drums.
Drums, Native American designs and natural materials are playing a big part in the reversal to comfort and simplicity. By combing various accents, decorators are creating rustic home decor with down home feel that is affordable and interestingly beautiful. Native American drums seem to fit the bill perfectly.
Large pow wow drums are used as center or coffee tables while smaller Indian drums make perfect end tables. The primitive natural rawhide of the drums and the rich wood tones bring a rustic theme to the room that harmonizes all of the elements. It’s truly amazing what a unique look can be accomplished by using tables made from Native drums.
Native American drums as furniture hasn’t found a place in the lime light of flashy magazine photos of contemporary homes with hard steel and glass, but Native drum tables certainly have found a place in the hearts of Americans, Native or not. The homey relaxed feeling that it’s ok to take off your shoes and sit on the furniture is made with fabrics of homespun character, quilts and rag rugs, bent wood rockers and cedar drum tables.
Table drums also help the flow of the room because of their rounded corners. Coffee table drums help keep the room from looking overcrowded. Some of the greatest examples of rustic decor using Native American Indian drums are those that have a feeling of a country cabin or lodge, open and warm. Tarahumara Indian drums in particular are a type of Native American drum especially well suited to rustic furniture adding a rough hewn look with warm color for a great cabin look.
Tarahumara pedestal drums range in size from 12” to 24” diameter making them just right for corner and end tables, while the larger powwow drums can be as large as 42” in diameter. Both use a perfect combination of beautiful rawhide with natural pine and cedar for an inviting feel.
Think Native drums American style, by using country crafts to warm your whole room and add a touch of rustic charm. Imagine the rekindling of by gone days when Teddy Roosevelt made the masculine hunting lodge style so popular. Antler chandeliers, bears carved from logs and antique hooks for hats and coats. Try using a lot of wrought iron lamps and accessories with your new drum tables.
If you love western furniture as well as southwest style, try an old horse collar mirror or wrought iron horseshoe wall hanging as well as painted Indian hoop drums as accents. Native American drums as rustic furniture may be a new concept to some, but there is nothing more warm and simple than a Navajo rug under a Native drum, with Indian pottery and a log ladder near by to make a subtle but amazing affect. Southwestern designs on wool throws and tapestries are also perfect for this style. So make a bold statement in your favorite space with beautiful Native American drums.
See our Native American Drum gallery here.
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Native American drums are without a doubt the most used instruments among the American Indian people. Drums for hundreds of years have always been at the hub of Native American lifestyle, forming what is now the center of religion and spirituality as well as feast days where a pow wow drum is at the forefront. Indian [...]
Native drum ceremonies are very important to the Native American people and have always been an expression of their heritage and beliefs. In the past, these ceremonies were a regular part of life, depicting in ritual style the many facets of Native life.Today they still exist for the same reasons and are an important way for [...]
One of the ways Native Americans celebrate is through music, particularly through the music of the Native American flute and Indian drums. Mothers of small children often find that Native American flute music is very soothing for their babies. Songs played on the Indian flute can be introduced during nap time and before bedtime to [...]
Try painted drums if you are looking for a great rustic decorating idea. You can use decorative drums, made by Native American Indians to give your home true, southwestern style. I was recently looking for an easy and inexpensive way to redecorate my living room and give it a rustic, western flare, and started buying great [...]
Native American drums such as those made by the Tarahumara Indians have a wonderful variation of tone across the surface of the drum head. These drums are made by hand with natural rawhide rather than modern materials. The characteristics of the sound they create are quite unique, and are often at the center of powwows or [...]
Native American drums and shaman drums of the famous Tarahumara Indians are rustic Native drums made by hand. The Tarahumara are said to be North America's most primitive people. As a part of their American culture and throughout their Native history, they have inhabited caves and cliff dwellings of their native southwest lands. Shaman Native American [...]
Native American drums and pedestal drums of the Tarahumara Indians are Native drums, hand crafted using real wood slats of yellow pine or cedar and genuine cow hide for heavy covers and lacing. Pedestal drums are heavy duty tom tom style Indian drums that make excellent rustic coffee tables or western and southwestern end tables. [...]
Native American drums are fabulous works of craftsmanship and attention to traditional skills. As rustic western tables and accessories as well, in any rustic country ranch log home, cabin or lodge. For decorative Indian drums or drumming, you will find great value in Tarahumara Indian drums and enjoy their rich heritage like the Cherokee Indians [...]
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