Add some international flavor to your child's bedspread with our brightly colored Animáles Grafico Bedding. The design is based on traditional patterns from the Otomi people, an indigenous group from central Mexico. Adorned with animals of all shapes and sizes, this bedding is rich in both design and tradition.
Printed comforter and sham
Show 'em what you're made of
Sham: 100% cotton
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Animáles Grafico Sham (Yellow) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bb412 from Beautiful otomiMy husband and I so wanted a way to incorporate the coveted otomi design into our home (specifically our bedding) at a budget price. I was overjoyed when I saw this bedding set and purchased the shams in yellow. They are the perfect graphic piece to complete our bed. The fabric is very soft, and the yellow is warm and bright. Yellow was best for us since it was the most grown-up shade, but I would have loved a dark navy blue or a bold red. But it is seriously awesome that Land of Nod is using this design.
Date published: 2012-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by sundance from Great patternI agree with the other reviewer: so great to see this traditional print available. I have the shams, which dress up my white coverlet. Good quality, cute tie-backs. Now I want the comforter too.....
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