Mexican Design: 20 Beautiful Interior Pieces

Embark on a journey into the heart of Mexican design, where timeless traditions effortlessly intertwine with innovative artistry. Peruse our thoughtfully curated collection and indulge in a captivating fusion of rustic charm, Mid Century Modern flair, and the carefree energy of boho chic. Dive into the vibrant tapestry of Mexico’s artisanal heritage, where each creation weaves together a tale that blends contemporary ingenuity with age-old craftsmanship. Enrich your space with the warmth of wood, the enduring presence of stone, and the tactile allure of various textures. Discover a dynamic design scene that encompasses a range of styles, paying homage to the diverse cultural legacy of Mexican craftsmanship.

For deeper immersion and further exploration, delve into the vibrant world of Mexican design at ZONA MACO DISEÑO 2024 in Mexico City, running from February 7th to 11th.

Desire – Mexican Throne Chair by Studio Ayres

The Desire Chair is a vibrant, handmade wooden chair with striking lines and colors. This Maximalist piece is a bold expression of human emotion through its captivating colors and distinctive design.

Uxmal | Mexican Side Table by Taller Maya

Uxmal Table from Mexico by Taller Maya
© Taller Maya

Crafted from genuine Yucatan stones, the Uxmal side table beautifully showcases the artistic heritage of indigenous and ancient Mayans

Medusa Mirror and Rug Set by Brera Studio

Mexican Mirror and Rug Set by Brera Studio
©Brera Studio

The Medusa Rug & Mirror set, a whimsical Art Deco duo, draws inspiration from the morphology of the jellyfish. The mirror features biophilic and space-age elements, creating a captivating blend of natural inspiration and futuristic design.

Artefacto Mármol LS 01 by LØRDAG & SØNDAG

In the LØRDAG & SØNDAG, artisans use a hammer, chisel, and grinder to shape each Artefacto by hand, ensuring a one-of-a-kind sculptural marvel with distinct vein patterns, colors, and textures of marble

Yeye Table Lamp by Isabel Moncada

Yeye Mexican Table Lamp by Isabel Moncada
©Isabel Moncado

Enjoy the Art Deco influence of the YEYE table lamp, highlighted by its gold curvature and rich color. The lamp features an indigo-blue stoneware ceramic base, reminiscent of the depth of space, paired with double globes resembling glowing antennae.

Pita Outdoors – Mexican Daybed by Peca Mobiliario

Pita Outdoors - Teak Daybed from Mexico by Peca Mobiliario
© Peca Mobiliario

Constructed from teak wood and featuring neutral Sunbrella fabric or off-white denim, the Pita daybed takes design cues from mid-century modernism, creating a perfect retreat for lounging on a rooftop garden, terrace, or patio with coastal elements woven into its essence.

Maximalist Ventura Cabinet by Joyful Objects, Yes!

Mexican Ventura Cabinet by Joyful Objects, Yes!
© Joyful Objects, Yes!

The Ventura Cabinet transcends conventional design boundaries, harmonizing rattan and wood to create a playful and uniquely Mexican aesthetic with maximalist elements. This piece also embraces the current nostalgic Barbiecore aesthetics, breaking the limits of ordinary and serious design.

Wax Clock Altar Candle Holder By Panorammma Atelier

Indulge in the allure of a radical stainless steel candle holder with medieval inspiration. This conceptual piece, influenced by the ancient candle alarm clock, undergoes a captivating transformation as the candle burns.

Icpalli Mexican Wood Chair by Kresta Studio

Mexican Icpalli Chair by Kresta Studio
©Kresta Studio

Take comfort in the Icpalli chair, which seamlessly blends elements of biophilia and coastal inspirations. Crafted from wood, this chair radiates warmth and symbolizes an unwavering dedication to preserving cherished handcrafted traditions.

Laxa Modular Shelving System by CMX | Carpinteria México

Laxa Modular Shelving System by CMX | Carpinteria México
©CMX | Carpinteria México

The Laxa modular shelving system incorporates elements of Scandinavian and Mid Century Modern design with rustic undertones. Crafted from robust metal and solid wood panels, this system is easy to build and rearrange, allowing for both originality and utility.

Engobe Mexican Vases by Tributo

Engobe Mexican Vases by Tributo
© Tributo

The Engobe ceramic vases engage in a dialogue between materiality and place with a touch of soft minimalism and rustic aesthetics. Crafted from mixed materials, these vases showcase expert ceramic craftsmanship and come in various shades such as black, terracotta, or beige.

Niwa Modular Rug by Brera Studio

NIWA modular rugs, blending minimalist design with Art Deco influence, create fluidity by repeating internal patterns, adding dynamism with their external modular shape. Cleverly designed for versatile configurations, each rug makes a powerful statement.

Sisyphean Sculptural Coffee Table by Panorammma Atelier

Sisyphean Sculptural Coffee Table from Mexico by Panorammma Atelier
© Panorammma Atelier

The Sisyphean Table is a utilitarian sculpture piece that abstracts and celebrates the idea of the absurd in a balancing act. Combining a simple glass surface with hand-turned wood supports, it merges the elegance of light winter wood with a touch of brutalism, delivering a surprising and unique aesthetic.

Cenote Low Floor Lamp by Taller Maya

Cenote Low Floor Lamp by Taller Maya
© Taller Maya

The handwoven shade of The Cenote Lamp is influenced by Mayan hammock-making skills. Emanating a boho-chic appeal, coastal influences, and a rustic style, it perfectly captures the spirit of the natural landmark it symbolizes.

Tetera Pato Mexican Teapot by eguiarte & eguiarte

Taza is a whimsical, handmade ceramic teapot, setting itself apart with playful Barbiecore touches. This truly eclectic piece, inspired by Mexican kitchen classics, is ideal for serving coffee, tea, or other delightful infusions.

Artefacto Ls 16 Wicker Floor Lamp by LØRDAG & SØNDAG

Artefacto Ls 16 Wicker Mexican Floor Lamp by LØRDAG & SØNDAG

This floor lamp showcases the artistry of traditional woven wicker techniques, radiating a boho-chic vibe. Crafted using G’noo Xombé Nisin fiber and devoid of any internal metal structure, it embodies a coastal aesthetic with a distinctive tri-pod shape, adding a delightful touch to any space.

ANNI Cocoa de la Paz Dining Chair by Comité de Proyectos

Drawing inspiration from Bauhaus textile artist Anni Albers, the De La Paz chair takes on a post-modernist exploration with nods to Art Deco design. Crafted with pine wood in a flamed finish, elegantly glazed in burgundy, the chair showcases a vibrant upholstery.

Rima Wooden Credenza by Peca Mobiliario

Rima Mexican Credenza by Peca Mobiliario
© Peca Mobiliario

The ‘Rima’ Credenza beautifully fuses Mid Century Modern, rustic, and Scandinavian design, effortlessly combining functionality with artistic sophistication. Beechwood slats encircle the ovular top, creating sleek, minimalist lines

BLEO Mexican Wood Coffee Table by Daniel Couttolenc

The BLEO Coffee Table radiates a captivating soft-minimalist aura. Crafted from sturdy oak wood with a cream tint wash, it offers a subtle, wintery wood look. With understated elegance and inspiration drawn from boho-chic and minimalist design, it effortlessly enhances any space.

Kuni Natural Fibre Woven Floor Lamp by Joyful Objects, Yes!

Kuni Natural Fibre Woven Floor Lamp from Mexico by Joyful Objects, Yes!
© Joyful Objects, Yes!

The “KUNI LAMP” pays homage to Mexican landscapes with boho-chic style and rustic charm. Crafted with natural fibers and a sturdy metal frame, this floor lamp weaves a captivating narrative while infusing a touch of whimsical design and texture, bringing the warmth of Mexican sunshine indoors.

Browse our entire catalogue of Mexican Designers

The world of Mexican design is a vibrant tapestry woven with the rich threads of tradition, innovation, and cultural diversity. Rooted in centuries-old craftsmanship, contemporary Mexican designers seamlessly blend heritage with modern creativity. The design landscape reflects a harmonious fusion of rustic charm, Mid Century Modern elements, and the free-spirited energy of boho chic.

For deeper immersion and further exploration, delve into the vibrant world of Mexican design at ZONA MACO DISEÑO 2024 in Mexico City, running from February 7th to 11th.

Related Articles

We use cookies to give you the best experience as described in our Privacy Policy.


Subscribe and get 5% off
your first purchase