Last summer, I took a weekend trip to San Antonio and one of my friends suggested I stop by a store called Fiesta On Main. I was in search of Mexican embroidery dresses and this place was the jackpot! They had rooms upon rooms filled with Mexican embroidery dresses in all different colors, patterns, and styles. I always say that someday when I'm a grandma, my daily uniform is going to be Mexican embroidery dresses. I can't wait.
After sifting through the masses of dresses and choosing a few favorites, I stumbled upon a pile of Otomi placemats and table runners. I was in awe! I loved the colors and how each piece was completely different from the next. I immediately had the idea to frame four of them and hang them in a grid in my apartment. Fast forward about six months later and I finally got around to getting these babies frame!
Custom framing can be a little intimidating, which I why I always use Framebridge to frame my off beat art pieces. I chose the Marin frame (it's my all-time favorite!) which has a light natural wood frame with a bright white mat. In a couple of weeks I got my artwork back and they turned out even better than I could have imagined! I hung them in a grid above my couch which adds the perfect pop of color to my living room. Keep scrolling to see my framed Otomi finds and check out even more inspiration to see why I'm obsessed with Otomi.