Gray and navy blood runs through the veins of many Dallas/Fort Worth area homeowners, but how do you decorate your home to show your Dallas Cowboys spirit without going over the top?

It’s not uncommon to show your team spirit in the Metroplex with a banner hanging outside your home. University of Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Christian University, and Southern Methodist University flags fly over many front porches. A Dallas Cowboys flag is a great way to show your spirit in your neighborhood.

Limiting your decorations to a particular room or season will allow you to show your love for America’s Team without alienating the Steeler fans among your family and friends.

You can add a little outdoor Cowboy decor to your patio living area with coasters, cozies, and more, especially if you watch the games outside. Cowboys-themed barbecue sets, aprons, beach towels, portable chairs, beer buckets, and other outdoor items can double as tailgate party gear. You can even get a Cowboys grill brander for your hotdogs.

Go all out Dallas Cowboy in the man cave. It is completely acceptable and expected for the room in which he watches the game to be completely covered with memorabilia and fan gear from his favorite team. You can even paint a wall mural with the Cowboys’ star emblem to create a little artistic flair. Go wild and decorate the entire room in shades of navy blue, gray, and white. From Cowboy-themed pillows to window valances, you can find great home accessories to make the man cave something special.

You can even get away with Cowboy mania spilling out from the man cave into the bathroom closest. You’ll find Cowboy-themed toilet seat covers and bath mats, shower curtains, and towels. If the bathroom is in need of new tile, consider doing it in gray.

Much of the professional football season occurs during the holidays, so if you are a die hard fan, consider decorating your tree with Cowboy ornaments and in blue and silver. For those who like the quick and easy approach to holiday decorating, choose a pre-lit and decorated table-top tree with Cowboy-themed ornaments. It’s fairly easy to find blue and silver ornaments and garlands during the holiday season in Dallas. You can also find Santa Claus and his elves decked out in Dallas gear. You’ll get extra points if you find a retro tree made of silver tinsel.

The kitchen isn’t off limits for Cowboy mania either. Outfit your cooking space with dishtowels, glasses, cups, mugs, plates, oven mitts, and more. You can even enjoy breakfast every game day with a star burned into the middle of your slice of toast.