Hacienda Collection

Packed full of hot and dusty colours, Hacienda brings vibrant Mexican art, wildlife and culture straight into your home.

The fabrics, wallpapers and cushions in this collection take inspiration from the patterns of the Mayan heritage, the myriad of birds and animals in the Chiapas jungle region, and the greens of the agave plants used to make Mezcal. With a colour palette of bright fuchsias, oranges, blues and greens to more neutral sandy and golden tones, Hacienda is an explosion of vivacity and the Mexican passion for life.

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Tiki Tiki and Maya fabrics portray the creatures found in the Lacandon Jungle of Chiapas, in southern Mexico, with mythical charm. Find prancing deer, peacocks, prowling wild cats and the quetzal bird native to Mexican lands. The animals and foliage dance together in colours which have transferred from the Mexican landscape to its rich artwork and textiles.

To this day, the women of Oaxaca state wear traditional blouses, where brightly coloured flowers and patterns burst in mesmerizing motifs and their dark plaits hang down the length of their backs in patterned contrast. In vibrant colours that ricochet off each other, these designs will breathe energy and life into your room.

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You will also see sandy, muted tones which evoke dusty Mexican landscapes, flat and burnt by the sun and decorated only by strange, vertical cacti. These untouched settings exude drama through vastness and natural wonder, like the petrified waterfalls at Hierve el Agua or the ancient Mayan site, Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan was one of the largest ancient cities dating as far back as 100 BC. Steeped in religious spirituality, its name is interpreted as 'The birthplace of the gods'.

The two most impressive features are the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon, remarkably huge in size and both built in line with the constellations. Our Cruz fabric design echoes the stone steps which run down the front of these pyramids in perfect symmetry. To this day, it is a mystery how the ancient civilization completed this design feat with such basic tools. Learn more about the architectural wonders of Mexico in our blog.

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