Southwestern Zapotec Wall Hangings – Primos

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Zapotec Rug Wall Hanger
Zapotec Rug Wall Hanger

Zapotec wall hangings are unique southwestern wall decor tapestry rugs woven by hand like Navajo rugs using high quality wool.

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Designed to be used as rustic wall tapestries, these southwest style Zapotec Indian wall hangings look great on any wall.

Sometimes called primos, because of their tight weave and intricate designs, southwest Zapotec tapestries add a warm colorful feel to your home decor.

Because Native American style Zapotec wall hangings have so many different patterns and colors, they are very versatile. Use hem in the living room, family room or den. The Zapotec Indians have for centuries been improving and refining their skills and techniques.

With each passing generation those skills are taught to the children as they learn to continue the family tradition. Making the most of their surroundings, they create natural dyes made by stone grinding organic materials and use carefully hand spun yarns to create fabulous unique pieces full of unique character.

Zapotec wall rugs are also fabulous in the dining room, bathroom or bedroom. Their rich and colorful designs, make these rustic decor wall hangings perfect for country style and as home accessories for western decor too.

For a rich classic look, southwest wall hangings by the Zapotec Indians are perfect for cabin, lodge, log home or rustic cowboy, ranch, Indian or bunkhouse feel. Hand woven with quality wool, each zapotec wall hanging is a classic work of art.

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