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Introducing our New Casa Floor Poufs!

Bohemian Floor Pouf, Huipil Textile Guatemala Artisans, Interior Design Inspo

Our Casa Floor Poufs are inspired by the Quedate en Casa movement to help flatten the curve of the CoronaVirus! We know you are staying home to do your part, and now you can add a little huipil flavor and support artisans while lounging around. Poufs are perfect for meditation, watching movies or just to add a little pop of color to your living space. 

Each pouf features unique textile treasures from indigenous villages all around Guatemala. Some examples of the villages featured in this launch include Almologa, Patzun, Nahuala, Chichicastenango, Zunil and Colotenango. Every pouf is 100% one-of-a-kind and tells a unique story of history, culture and Mayan heritage. This product is all about art appreciation and revival! When purchasing huipiles for crafting our artisanal bags, we make it our priority to select only textiles that could no longer be worn to truly give them a second life. 

 

Bohemian Floor Pouf, Huipil Textile Guatemala Artisans, Interior Design Inspo

When we announced the launch of our Casa Floor Poufs in our VIP Facebook group, they were practically sold out in just a few minutes!⁣⁣ But don’t worry! We already have a WAITLIST for the next batch: www.hiptipico.com/pages/poufs-waitlist

To see the entire collection click here: 

https://www.hiptipico.com/collections/poufs

Thanks to everyone who supported us during the launch of this new product, especially during these moments of unknown. With every purchase you help us give a fair sustainable wage to all of our artisan partners.⁣⁣

Market Guatemala, Alyssaya Huipil Textile Guatemala Artisans, Interior Design Inspo

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