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Un poco de color naranja en su casa

Add a little orange to your home!

Adding a little orange to your decor can make your home seem festive and warm during the fall season. Don't just think of orange as only allowed during Halloween, when done correctly it can last the whole year round!

Here are some of my subtle and not so subtle ways to make the best of this fall color! 

Viva la vida and do it with ESTILO!

Cuffhome Estilo!

Add warmth and style to your casa with Cuffhome

 

Revamp your home with these artisanal handcrafted pieces from Cuffhome’s collection.  It’s hard to chose my favorites, but here are a couple of pieces that transform any room and make the perfect addition-Me encanta!

Viva la vida and do it with Estilo!

!A que cenar afuera!

Summer is the perfect time to eat outside and spruce up the outdoor dining space.  Eating outdoors can be as beautiful and relaxing as indoors.  Whether you have a small or large space always eat with ESTILO!

Viva la vida and do it with Estilo!

Ruffled Rim Plate : Anthropologie,  Dining Table : One Kings Lane,   Hurrican Lamp : Food52,  Dining Chair : Layla Grace,  John Robshaw Aleppo Pillow : Anthropologie,  Braided Pouf : Dash and Albert,   Rattan Orb LED String Lights : World Market,  Soundwaves Pillow : Anthropologie, A bigail Dining Bench:  One Kings Lane

Ruffled Rim Plate: Anthropologie, Dining Table: One Kings Lane,  Hurrican Lamp: Food52, Dining Chair: Layla Grace, John Robshaw Aleppo Pillow: Anthropologie, Braided Pouf: Dash and Albert,  Rattan Orb LED String Lights: World Market, Soundwaves Pillow: Anthropologie, Abigail Dining Bench: One Kings Lane

Textiles Mexicanos

Mexican Textiles

On my recent trip to Mexico, I purchased enough textiles for every room in my house and then some, I love the beautiful bright colors and knew I could find a way of incorporating them into every corner. Textiles is one of Mexico's more important crafts as it represent the continuation of tradition as well as its blend with contemporary design and techniques. Both pre-Hispanic and colonial era style textile are still made in Mexico. In addition, many of the textile factories use machine base on old foot pedal looms from the colonial period. 

Most handcrafted textiles are produced by the sixty or so indigenous ethnic groups in Mexico, who mostly live in rural areas in the center and south of the country, I love the traditional indigenous designs and patters. 

 

http://www.thehandmadehome.net/2011/07/otomi-textiles-and-mexican-design-for-the-home/

Viva la vida and do it with ESTILO!

Mexican Blanket : Mille, Otomi  Table Runner : Loaded  Trunk, Red Pattern Pillow:  Loaded Trunk,  Geometric Pillow:  Loaded Trunk,  Vintage Kilim Rug : Mille  Geometric Pillow : Loaded Trunk,  Otomi Bedspreads and Fabrics : Laviva Home

Mexican Blanket: Mille, Otomi Table Runner: Loaded Trunk, Red Pattern Pillow: Loaded Trunk, Geometric Pillow: Loaded Trunk, Vintage Kilim Rug: Mille Geometric Pillow: Loaded Trunk, Otomi Bedspreads and Fabrics: Laviva Home

Azuelo Marroquí

Moroccan Tile

Moroccan accents are big in Spain.  Even a splash of tile can give your home that ethnic flare.  The bright colors and intricate design can make any space colorful and fun.  Here are some of my favorites! 

Viva la vida and do it with ESTILO!

Bijoux Collection : Mosaic House,  Michel Collection : Mosaic House,  Mougins : Cle Tile   Persimmon : Cle Tile,   SD-110:  Arto Tile Studio,   SD-108 : Arto Tile Studio 

Bijoux Collection: Mosaic House, Michel Collection: Mosaic House, Mougins: Cle Tile  Persimmon: Cle Tile,  SD-110: Arto Tile Studio,  SD-108: Arto Tile Studio