I love to fill my home with hand-crafted items because they add a unique touch to your space, and support artisans around the world. I always get excited to discover new sources for Fair Trade home furnishings, and I'm loco about the latest collection from The Citizenry. Each season they feature a new selection of small-batch, artisan-made products from around the world. Their current offerings come from Mexico, Uganda, Argentina and Peru. I picked a few items that I've been drooling over to add to my wishlist. What would you pick? Keep reading for more info and the story behind these gorgeous pieces:
1. Baya Lumbar Pillow
Sheep's wool with natural dyes. Hand woven in Mexico by The Women of Oaxaca.
2. Aldama Side Tables
Parota wood with copper plated legs. Hand crafted in Mexico by The Coyoacan Design Studio.
3. Adia Planter
Mugavu wood. Hand carved in Uganda by The Woodworkers of Nakawa.
4. Viento Throw
100% luxe baby alpaca wool. Hand woven in Peru by The Weavers of San Pedro.