Shibori and mud cloth have definitely had their moment (still not sick of it over here) but I am REALLY digging all the Otomi textiles I've been seeing everywhere - a traditional embroidery technique hailing from Central Mexico featuring flowers, birds and animals reflective of the traditions and natural world of the Otomi people. I love how these textiles can add a pop of color and bold pattern into a space - best part -whether your a boho queen or skew more on the traditional side of things, they work in just about any home!
This weeks pillow party is all about mixing color and pattern! Went a bit out of my usual bohemian comfort zone and was inspired by these awesome Palm Leaf pillows (so Beverly Hills Hotel!) - the fuschia is a great complimentary color to the green and who doesn't like some buffalo plaid?! Shopping details below!
Top Row: (left to right) One Kings Lane Bella Tufted Settee // Dot and Bo Bernette Sofa // Cost Plus World Market Textured Ryker Sofa
Hi world! Got a nice little feature on the Decorist blog today - check it out to find out out how to get the look on the cover of this month's Living Etc Magazine for under $5k (!!!). I also share tips on combining colors, and where to invest your funds when designing on a budget.
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