Lorenza's Joyas De Casa...(Via Made By Girl)

I wanted to take a break from home tours today & introduce you to Lorenza. 


She runs her own business out of Guatemala called Lorenza Filati, Joyas De Casa. In other words,  jewelry for the home!  In her shop you'll find a collection of original products for the home. These decor pieces are for the bedroom as well as the living room.... with lots of colorful & vibrant patterns! I love that all items are HANDMADE from gorgeous hand woven fabrics from different regions of Guatemala.




Lorenza is a proud Guatemalan WOMAN who is obviously driven in her efforts to bring items with personality & distinction to one's home! Her products are available to retailers as well on a wholesale basis. 


If I had to pick one item, I'd choose the Ostrich Eggs. I can definitely see these becoming a popular trend within the home. What do you think?















-images via lorenza filati



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27 comments

  1. beautiful stuff...my favourite is that ikat cushion with pompoms!! xx meenal

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  2. Ooh! I love Latin American designs. They're so colorful and interesting and fun. Also all the wooden stuff and prints look so homey and cozy.

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  3. How fun! Love the pop of color her products add to a room! Happy Friday, Cutie! xo

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  4. I love the first picture of the rustic table, beautiful textile and cactus! Right up my alley. Beautiful, original stuff!
    http://bjdhausdesign.blogspot.com/

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  5. Wonderfull to see another succesfull woman entrepeneur, who does what she loves.
    I like the pillow with the ponpons.xo

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  6. Jewelry for the home is PERFECT, thanks for the intro.

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  7. Love that this home has so much character. I've never seen these ostrich-eggs before. Don't know, if they'll be the 'next big thing', but they're definitely very interesting!
    Have a lovely weekend! x Gabriella

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  8. Soooo gorgeous! I love all the rich colors.
    xoxo behindthelashes.com

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  9. I love it Jen! Thanks for sharing such a gem...

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  10. I love all of these items - so different! The colours are so vibrant! Can't believe I have just found your blog..I'm addicted! I'm your newest follower!

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  11. Gorgeous! I love everything, so original.

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  12. I love her use of color! I will be saving this! :)

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  13. This was so interesting and timely! I just returned from Guatemala and was fascinated by the products from this company! Thanks for sharing this!!

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  14. beautiful! In between the modern vague, you stop and introducing us ethnicity of guatemala.. I love the designs, the colors, and how you deliver the subject <3

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  15. I love!..I visited Guatemala last year and the textiles, patterns and colors were so beautiful. It's a country that needs to gain more recognition in tourism!..Thanks for this post!
    (p.s. In the beginning of your post you said her name is Lorena? that's my name!..haha...probably just a typo since the title reads Lorenza :-)

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  16. LORENA: Oh! i fixed it, thanks!! :))
    Have a great weekend xoxo!

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  17. Beautiful! Great colors and patterns, just gives me a smile :)

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  18. Thanks for the introduction! These home accents are totally my style. I love bohemian / Guatemalan / Moroccan / bali inspired home decor. Off to explore this shop.
    Happy weekend!
    xx
    Joanna

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  19. It's not often that I see something so unique.......I'm impressed...........and inspired.
    Best..........Kathi

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  20. I have found myself gravitating to tassels this year in a big way. This is fantastic imagery. Loving the pictures. Thanks for sharing

    www.sadieandstella.blogspot.com

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  21. Totally love the idea behind her products and shop, they are gorgeous products and very well produced. I wish one day to do a similar thing based on the crafts of back in the islands where I was born, Canary Islands.
    Thanks for leaving a comment in my blog.
    Regards from London

    Marga

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  22. OMG.
    Frothing at the mouth.
    Need to consider Ostrich-rearing as a profession...
    Hope you're really well, Jen.
    xLouise

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  23. LOUISE: So funny..when I saw these I actually thought you would like them! :)) Benn so crazy busy didnt get chance to show them to you...so im glad you saw them!:)))

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  24. How utterly gorgeous! Love!

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  25. I've always loved turquoise jewelry and I'm so glad I read this post - her jewelry is incredible, especially the necklace in the 7th picture. Thanks for sharing and I'll be sure to check out your tumblr.

    silver snowflake earrings

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