Arriving to Mexico, often in transit through the capital Mexico City, the folk arts are everywhere: on the street, in hotels/houses/guest houses, at fairs and...Read More
Sustainable and Modern Home Decor & Accessories Handcrafted with Social Projects in Mexico
Take a piece of history with a story home! We bring authentic hand-crafted & hip pieces of culture for you to decorate your home or add a chic accessory to your personal style. We also want you to experience its vibrant culture in your everyday life while making a direct impact in the development of our communities and preserving our heritage.
Each one of the products that you choose are made with care in small-batches from collaborations between Mexican local artisans and designers that incorporate past and present traditions.
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New Arrivals: Handmade ceramics
Connection & Meaning: Past, present, & future...
This fall give your personal style a touch of heritage with our modern and unique ponchos and shawls.
Hand-crafted under fair trade practices with a contemporary design in mind by designer brand Táabal.
100% cotton and special weaving techniques with detailed patterns to dress up your style.
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Interior Design Tips: Live surrounded by meaning #welcominghome
If you live in Switzerland, you may feel that as the days get longer and we see more of the sun, there’s an internal desire...Read More
Now that we’ve explored some sources of inspiration to find your entryway style, let’s dive right into how to make it functional and infuse it...Read More
The entryway. The mudroom. I would argue that we’ve given this hard-working part of our homes less than gracious names in spite of its tough...Read More
Artisan Stories Blog
During my trip to San Cristobal de las Casas in the State of Chiapas, Mexico. I met with Antonio, one of the founding partners of...Read More