Vintage Huipil Lumbar - Peachy Keen
Made from a vintage Guatemalan huipil with colorful diamonds, stripes, and interwoven patterns throughout, this lumbar pillow is sure to brighten up any space. Since it's made from a handwoven blouse, this pillow is one-of-a-kind.
A creamy red randa running horizontally through the center adds additional texture.
Perfect on an oversized chair, settee, or on your bed!
About this Product
- Vintage huipil pillow cover with cream cotton canvas backing
- Since this piece is made from a vintage handwoven item, there may be slight imperfections or inconsistencies or slight variations in size
- Includes custom insert made from cotton muslin and stuffed with pure organic cotton fiber
- Free Shipping to the USA!
What Are Huipiles?
A huipil is a traditional garment worn by Indigenous Mayan women throughout Central America. In Guatemala, huipil blouses are typically paired with a skirt called a corte.
The blouses are traditionally woven on backstrap looms and have long been an important part of cultural and social identity. Women wear more casual huipiles for day-to-day living, while the more ornate and intricate huipils are reserved for special occasions like weddings and other celebrations or ceremonies. Patterns, colors and styles of hupiles vary from region-to-region, so huipiles can be viewed as an emblem of one's community.