Homesick for someplace that’s not exactly home? Have a case of the post-vacation blues? I know how ya feel. Enjoy this lovingly curated collection inspired by Isla Holbox, Mexico and bring back Mexican style home decor.
A fine-art print piece of a flamingo under a white wood frame. Painted by artist Michelle Morin who lives and works along Massachusetts’s North Shore, where she studied painting, art history, and worked for many years in the horticultural field.
Mexican Yoga Beach Blanket
A mint seafoam and pink vintage style blanket, direct from the source and made in Mexico. Use it for home decor, camping, lounging or a quick session of beach yoga. Shake the sand out and toss with the laundry; it’s machine washable.
Flamingo Cocktail Napkins
Four cotton cocktail napkins with pink cross-stitched flamingos. Perfect for catching sweat off your caipirinha. The set is manufactured by The Designs of Distinction, who offer quality handmade goods from a fair-trade organization based in India.
Make yourself a batch of guacamole, salsa, mole or ceviche! Unlike many factory replicas, this mortar and pestle set is hand-crafted from a solid lava rock, It’s the perfect piece for grinding, mixing and blending. Traditionally, molcajetes are passed down from each generation, enhancing with use and age much like cast iron. This particular piece is also Fair-Trade, bringing education and reasonable living standards to the Artisanal Families of Tonala.
Take your interior home decor to the outside veranda with this classic hammock to remind you of lazy afternoon siestas. Woven to be lightweight but crafted with weather-resistant DuraCord fabric, it’ll stand an island storm or two. Especially with those oak spreaders and chain-link hardware. Shown in the Oatmeal, follow the button link to see it in other colors.