These beautiful Mexican cushions, also called "Tenangos" are embroidered by the expert hands of the Mexican tribes, the "Otomi". These are women's groups that continue the tradition of this people from the central plateau of Mexico for decades.
This embroidery appeared after the passage of a serious economic crisis in the 1960s when this people was forced to find new ways to revive trade.
The women had the idea of embroidering scenes of everyday life (marriage, carnival), sacred rites where animals sometimes imaginary and mystical mingling with reality according to the inspiration of the embroiderer.
Each OTO cushion model is unique and different. With their shimmering colors, these cushions will go equally well in a winter decoration as summer.
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As decoration on your plain sofa, bench or bed, accompanied by other cushions of bi-materials, linen, cotton, fur, these OTO cushions will bring a little cachet to your interior.
At the edge of the pool, next to a pretty round towel LES ANTILLAISES or a Malagasy bag Majunga, these cushions will complete your Zen / relaxation atmosphere.
On the terrace, decorated with colorful potted cacti, rugs with acid colors and MATHILDA ropes benches from Morocco they will be perfect to create a tropical atmosphere, warm and very current!