June 17th, 2011
These bedspreads take up to three months to make by hand in Mexico. Wow. ECOCHIC, the online furniture and homewares shop for the stylish yet eco aware consumer, has just launched a gorgeous range of colourful and intricate handwoven Otomi bedspreads. So get rid of those boring neutrals, bring in the colour of the Mexican Otomi people and help sustain a beautiful tradition! The Otomi are indigenous people who live in the central “altiplano” of Mexico. The bedspreads are also great to use as tablecloths, throws, upholstery and even wall hangings. These gorgeous embroidered fabrics are 100% natural cotton canvas. The covers are approximately 183 x 183cm square. They come in a range of colours, cost $495 and shipping time is 2-to-6 weeks depending on colour. 

These bedspreads take up to three months to make by hand in Mexico. Wow. ECOCHIC, the online furniture and homewares shop for the stylish yet eco aware consumer, has just launched a gorgeous range of colourful and intricate handwoven Otomi bedspreads. So get rid of those boring neutrals, bring in the colour of the Mexican Otomi people and help sustain a beautiful tradition! The Otomi are indigenous people who live in the central “altiplano” of Mexico. The bedspreads are also great to use as tablecloths, throws, upholstery and even wall hangings. These gorgeous embroidered fabrics are 100% natural cotton canvas. The covers are approximately 183 x 183cm square. They come in a range of colours, cost $495 and shipping time is 2-to-6 weeks depending on colour.