Nothing says you have to leave the laid back, cozy vibes of your Tulum stay in Mexico. We rounded up a few brands that can add that extra touch of boho flair to your home, whether it’s wall decor, bed sheets or room scents. Plus, each brand can be found in Mexico and is also available to purchase online.
Venice-based Once Milano is led by friends Allegra and Valeria and is an Italian linen company featuring high quality products for the home. From beautiful tablecloths to crisp bed sheets and soft towels, the collection is all hand cut, sewn and dyed, creating a one-of-a-kind look. Not to mention the color options include a variety of muted colors, perfect for achieving that natural Tulum look. In fact, Once Milano products are used throughout Jashita Hotel in Tulum; Allegra’s brother is the hotel’s owner. Buy Once Milano at Jashita Hotel or online.
Coqui Coqui Perfumeria
Make your home smell like the magical Yucatan with Coqui Coqui Perfumeria whose 13 scents reflect the Caribbean landscapes and infuse natural fragrances sourced from Mexico. Scents range from sandalwood and tropical wood to tropical agave, tobacco, dried roses and more. Products include perfumes, linen sprays, massage oils, bath oils, candles, soaps and room sprays. Opt for the Coco Coco scent, designed to emulate the coconut scent from Tulum’s palm trees. Can’t decide? Coqui Coqui offers a taster collection of all 13 scents as miniature fragrances. Visit their flagship perfumery location in Valladolid for the best selection.
“The perfumes represent the flora, the earth, the fruit, the woods, the flower and the landscape; the folklore and the traditions of the Yucatan culture,” says founder and creative director, Nicolas Malleville.
Founded by three Argentinean friends who left their lives in South America to take roots in Mexico, La Troupe is an eco-friendly brand based in Tulum that produces a variety of products including clothing and home decor with a focus in embroidery. All products are based on a fair trade concept and made entirely in the Mayan zone of Mexico. Visit La Troupe at one of its three locations in Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Valladolid.
Evoke The Spirit
What originally started as a jewelry line has now transformed into a quaint shop with one-of-a-kind pieces including textiles, ceramics and perhaps the boutique’s most eye-catching—cow skulls. While many products are offered online, the shop is worth visiting in person in Sayulita. And while you’re there, try your hand at creating your own pieces. The shop offers both macrame and pompom workshops so you can create your very own home decor.
Featured photo: Coqui Coqui Residence & Spa in Coba