Bedding and Bath(43 items)
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Very special bedspread
Love the way this natural bedspread looks on our king carved mesquite bed. Neutral color allows me to dress bed with pillows and throws of different colors at different times of year.
Beautiful natural woven textile sets off bed in SW home furnished in Colonial Hispanic furnishings. Allows pillows and accent pieces to be switched out in different colors.
Felipe Berckholtz Alpaca accessories
"Whenever I want to create something new and interesting I look for inspiration to my beloved Peru: our cultural diversity, colors and customs."
Popular Bedding and Bath
Handwoven Cotton Bedspread in Alabaster (Queen) from Mexico, "Colonial Comfort"$164.99
Working on the colonial or wood loom, Mexican artisans hand-weave this simple and elegant bedspread. It features a solid color in alabaster, painstaking detailed with patterned stripes. Carmen Ruiz designs this queen-sized addition to your bedroom.
100% Baby Alpaca Throw Blanket in Solid Teal from Peru, "Blissful Dream in Teal"$179.99
Bringing a blissful vibe to your home decor, this lovely throw blanket is presented by Nataly and Alberto. They invite you to celebrate the soft, pleasurable feeling of 100% baby alpaca wool. A solid color in teal gives the throw a lovely look, completed at each end with fringes. Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.
100% Alpaca Throw Blanket in Solid Black from Peru, "Andean Comfort in Black"$147.99
Add the comfort of the Andes to your home with this throw blanket from Peru. Designed by Isidoro C'cahuantico, the throw is woven of soft 100% alpaca wool, featuring a solid color in black. Lovely fringes complete the throw at each end.
Alpaca Acrylic Blend Throw Blanket in Sand from Peru, "Sandy Passion"$44.99
Intricate wavy textures adorn the surface of this throw blanket from Peru, woven from an acrylic and alpaca blend for a warm, durable blanket. With fringes on the ends and a solid sand color, the blanket is presented by Nestor Yana, who carries on the weaving traditions of his Peruvian hometown.