This Summer we have put together a striking collection full of our latest discoveries from our Mexican travels.
We went back once again to find more collaborations between contemporary designers and skilled artisans. The result happened to create the coziest bedrooms imaginable, with lush textiles decorated with intricate embroideries, and beautiful home décor made out of clay, wood, stone and love.
Expect modest elegance and effortless cool.
The White Gold Pillow Cover is handwoven on a backstrap loom by artisans from the Aldama community in Chiapas. This piece took roughly 30 hours to create.
The Don Goyo diffuser symbolizes the Popocatépetl volcano that can be seen from Mexico City’s skyline. Its making involves three artisans who are trained in traditional techniques, and one contemporary designer that guides the process.