Otomi at Home

We may be in the year 2014, but one of today’s hottest design trends, Otomi, dates back to the Otomi Indian tribe in Hildalgo Mexico that was developed centuries ago. The design's use of color along with negative space didn't cross the border until the 1960’s, and has only recently become a design trend. The Otomi images are thought to resemble ancient cave paintings that narrated everyday life, however I think they will look better out of the cave and possibly in my future apartment, yes?
A vintage tapestry on Design Sponge
Bedroom on The Beetle Shack
A colorful space on Absolutely Beautiful Things
A pop of otomi on ML Interiors
Otomi-friendly nook on Cupcakes and Cashmere
Where to shop:

Print from VividPrintables
Bag from CasaOtomi
Otomi Fabric from MexicanHomeDesign 
Stationary from LetterInkPress 
Silver and Pink pillow from ArteWixa
Lamp by Jane Gray
Wallpaper from Emily Isabella for Hygge & West


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