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!
Why this works combo: although there are a ton of different prints happening here, there is consistency in color with the blues and greens. When combining pillows, you also want to think about levels - the outer pillows should be the biggest (I usually start with a 22" or 24") then the pillows should get smaller as they come toward the center
West Elm Brooklyn Leather Sofa
Pillows from left to right: Homegirl Collection Vintage Shibori Pillow Cover $86 // St. Frank Textiles Muong Pillow II $255 // Tammy Price Mali Tribe Indigo Blues Pillow $295 // Baluku Design Shop Natural Linen Pillow $45 // Baluku Design Shop Green Linen Pillow $45 // Ballyhoo Design Vintage Indigo & Linen Pillow $295
Beyond excited about my curated collection for MoveLoot! I thought I'd share a little design inspiration to show you how easily these awesome finds are to work into your space.
1. Schoolhouse Envoy Swing Sconce available here // 2. Cleo Midcentury Sofa available here // 3. Midcentury Black Coffee Table available here // 4. Blue Over-Dyed Rug available here // 5. Wooden Planter Stand with Pot available here // 6. Mudcloth Pillow available here // 7. CB2 "zbase" Pillow available here // 8. Vintage Batik Pillow available here