the mexico collection.
by victoria comment


black aldama chair and end table by the citizenry / sfgirlbybay

i’m such a big fan of the citizenry. not only are their furniture and homeware collections beautiful, but they have partnered with makers all over the world — from uganda, and peru, to argentina, and now this collection from mexico, to bring you the best designs, using only local materials by establishing sustainable relationships with their master artisans. the mexico collection is so stunning — the aldama chair is my favorite, and we got two in natural with copper bases for our new studio space. styled after the laid-back, resort-style Acapulco chair — it represents the best of modern Mexican design, and the citizenry worked with talented young designers in the Coyoacan neighborhood of Mexico City to give this classic an update. there’s also gorgeous textiles like pillows and rugs in the collection, and great end tables, coasters, candleholders and baskets — for a peek at the full collection visit the citizenry.

black and natural aldama chairs by the citizenry / sfgirlbybay

wood and black end tables as plant stands by the citizenry / sfgirlbybay

woven blanket from the citizenry mexico collection / sfgirlbybay

the citizenry mexico collection chair, pillow, blanket and woven basket / sfgirlbybay

wood and copper tables from the citizenry with potted succulants / sfgirlbybay

the citizenry mexico collection of handmade home furnishings / sfgirlbybay

handmade woven goods from the citizenry / sfgirlbybay

handmade accessories and housewares from the citizenry / sfgirlbybay

8 responses to “the mexico collection.”

  1. Lovely combination of modern design with traditional Mexican artisan methods. I know how difficult cross-cultural artistic collaborations can be so, saludos to The Citizenry!

  2. Love, love, love this collection. Living in the UK, I hadn’t come across the Citizenry before but what a great site – and a lovely ethos to boot! Thanks for introducing me :)

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