April 28, 2021 1 Comment
All it takes is some vibrant, colorful accents to transform the look of your home's interior. When you want to breathe some life into a dull decor scheme, colorful textiles can definitely do the trick!
There are virtually endless opportunities for decorating with textiles, but to get you started with some creative inspiration, I'll share some of my personal favorite ways to get the most out of them. But these aren't just any fabrics; they're vintage Guatemalan textiles with a very exclusive look.
In this post, discover 5 ways you can incorporation colorful textiles into your home interior and learn more about the remarkable culture that inspires them. Anyone seeking unique, authentic pieces to decorate with can feel inspired by these suggestions, especially if your interior lacks some character.
While these colorful textiles are ready-to-use for all of the previous ways I've mentioned, you can also incorporate them into more productive ventures. Why not use them for your next upholstery project?
They would make a wonderful way to decorate chairs, sofas, and various other pieces of furniture. Whether it's the entire object or even just a part of it, it will make all the difference when it comes to a colorful, vintage decor scheme.
In addition to furniture, these textiles can also be transformed into gorgeous pillows, clothes such as shawls and scarves, and so much more. Infinite is truly an understatement when it comes to the many ways you can use textiles.
Pillows are one of my favorite ways to utilize these extraordinary hues, which can decorate your chairs, sofas, and beds or even make a lovely gift idea.
I have my own vintage colorful textiles collection on juanplatero.com, where you can find a variety of designs to get you started.
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October 12, 2021
In the modern world, it's become increasingly difficult to find handmade goods and hearty cooked meals that live on with traditions. It feels like almost everything is made artificially without any genuine passion and care.
Guatemalan and Latin American cultures proudly stand by their history and continue to carry on their legacies since many thousands of years ago, crafting by hand and using age-old techniques even today.