DIY Tuesday :: Something Otomi

Ever since I saw Grace Bonney of Design*Sponges Otomi headboard  I was in love. I decided I must have Otomi something somewhere in my home. Whether it’s a tablecloth, pillow or wall I just need it in my life. The idea of getting a stencil via Etsy, so you can Otomi anything you like really peaks my interest. That way the options are endless. You could stencil fabric, furniture or a wall in any color. The other great thing about a stencil is it’s  thrifty and when the trend ends you won’t feel like it was a total waste. Here are some stencils and inspiration to get you thinking about how to incorporate something Otomi into your home.

Xo, Annie

Here is my favorite Otomi stencil via the Etsy shop OMGstencils. 

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Here’s some inspiration on how to incorporate the look into your home…

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Upholster a chair or ottoman in hand stenciled fabric to keep the cost down. Chair via Casa Midy 

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Give your table life with a table runner. You could purchase one via the Etsy shop CasaOtomi or hand stencil a version of your own to save money.

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Frame a small vintage otomi fabric or stencil a wrinkeld linen to get the look. photo via Design*Sponge

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