9 Mexican & Mexican-Inspired Home Accessories

Is your 2016 goal to redesign your space? This year, fill your home with vibrant colors and patterns that match your tastes and reflect your culture. These nine Mexican and Mexican-inspired home accessories will have you seriously inspired to redesign: 

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Mexican designer Lorena Gaxiola channeled her roots in this timeless loteria-inspired dining set.

La Loteria 4-Piece Dinnerware Set, $53.26, wayfair.com


Hand-embroidered and crafted in the mountains of Hidalgo, this vibrant Otomi coverlet is well worth its $400 price tag.

Mexican Otomi Coverlet, $415, lavivahome.com


This gorgeous ceramic pitcher was handcrafted and painted in Michoacán.

Porhechi Acqua, $589, themexicanartisan.com


These vivid tapestries are woven from sheep merino threat and sheep creole thread in Teotitlán del Valle, a village in Oaxaca. The wildlife pictures owe their vibrant color to all-natural dyes derived from local plants and minerals.

Bioongo Naxhiñaa in Red, $379, themexicanartisan.com


No kitchen is complete without a molcajete, the perfect tool for grinding chile or making guacamole and salsa. Add some shimmer to your cocina with this amber molcajete, constructed from handblown glass in Mexico.

Handcrafted Blown Glass Molcajete, $24.99, novica.com


Embossed tin and traditional talavera tiles make this mirror the perfect accessory for your hacienda-inspired space.

Handcrafted Mirror With Talavera Tiles, $59.99, novica.com


This la luna sculpture — handcrafted and painted in Mexico —will make the perfect addition to your gallery wall. 

Handmade Steel Moon Wall Sculpture, $72.99, novica.com


Store your goods in style with these refined talavera canisters.

Canister Set, $169.99, talaveraemporium.com


Bring some much-needed peace to your bedroom with this Otomi pillowcase, handmade in Hidalgo, Mexico.

Otomi Embroidered Pillow "Paz", $93, Nativeshop.com