The indigenous Otomi people of Mexico pride themselves in their beautiful Otomi patterns that are traditionally found on embroidery. The pattern features colorful and crisp designs of flowers, rabbits, deer, and trees on a clean white background, making it perfect for global chic and contemporary styles alike. We love this pattern so much that we want to see it everywhere, so we decided to create a gorgeous Otomi pattern stencil that can used on walls, furniture, and any other surface you’d like to decorate! Bonus – you can choose what colors to paint for your very own Otomi pattern!
Mexican Design with Otomi Stencils
Ohoh Blog is a fan of global chic patterns so when she found our Otomi Damask Wall Stencil, she knew it was the perfect choice in decorating the walls of her home in Mexico. Working with a colorful palette of oranges and greens, she transformed her “ohoh” accent wall to an entry way that would welcome guests with a worldly “hello”.
Stencil Otomi Nursery Décor
Consider the Peel is expecting that her little one is going to love their newly decorated nursery, especially the stenciled walls! This Otomi Folk Art Wall Stencil and handstitched quilt adds a playful dose of adventure and folk whimsy to this blue baby’s room. If you’re decorating for a little girl, you can switch up the color scheme to include playful pinks.
Decorating a kids room or making your room into a boho beauty? You’ll need a furniture stencil that is versatile and can add instant style. Check out how our Otomi Folk Art Furniture Stencil and Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan can add a bit of adventure and folk whimsy to Phoenix and Carpet’s dresser drawers. This piece would look amazing in a rustic styled room as well as a little boy’s room!
Our Otomi Folk Art Craft Stencil and Furniture Stencil create a soft and sweet look when paired with pastels for a little girl’s room or nursery. You can also change up this look with blue paint for a little boy, too! Learn how to create DIY sweet nursery wall art in Neapolitan ice cream shades using Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan, Otomi Craft Stencils, and Triangle Wall Art Wood Shapes by checking how the full tutorial: DIY Nursery Wall Décor – Adorable Otomi Stenciled Wood Shapes.
Contemporary Otomi Decor
Our talented friend over at Peinture Studios went for the gold and scored! Our In Flight Feather Stencil and Otomi Folk Art Furniture Stencil painted with metallic gold really pop on these dressers, don’t they? We recommend using our Royal Stencil Cremes to give a glam and metallic finish to your stenciled furniture.
The Crowned Goat revamped her dining room with our affordable Otomi Folk Art Wall Stencil. She says, “Literally in one afternoon, I was able to achieve a look I loved.” That’s right – only one afternoon! With a little paint and a gorgeous stencil pattern, she was able to create DIY dropcloth curtains that look like the designer ones – and for a fraction of the cost!
Rather than buy the traditional (and expensive!) Otomi embroidery, you can use affordable Otomi pattern stencils to saturate any surface of your home with global flavor. It’s easy to create this Mexican inspired look for cheap, and even if your taste is the not the spicy flavor traditionally adorned with bright color, you can personalize it with your favorite paint colors! We want to see your DIY projects using our Latin American Stencils! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio.