In my post Inspired by Indigenous People I wrote about how all ethnic or cultural groups have their own way of decorationg themselves and their homes and environment - sometimes very paintful ways! But of course we are also inspired by each others cultures - every culture is in it self a mix of inspirations. Diffrent "ethnic" styles comes back in fashion and interior every now and then. The latest year or so I have seen a lot of patterns and items that have some assocciation to indigenous people or very old cultures - aztec, navajo, sami, tribal...
Today I picked out some images and items inspired by Native Amercian Indians.
|Tipis in the garden of Chandelier Creative's weekend outpost for the staff |
- the Surf Shack - created by Richard Christiansen.
See the rest of the amazing Surf Shack images here and here and here!
|Image from Chic Cham's blog Educate your sofa. The cushions can be found in |
Chic Cham's webshop here, and the colourful Navajo inspired dhurry/rug here.
|Astral Teepee, womens tri-blend tank, by Bark Decor|
|Navajo Notebooks by Sanna Annukka, can be bought at 1973 or, in diffrent colours, at Forages.|
|Dream Chatcher by A Cup Full of Sunshine, who used a tutorial at Lune blog to make it.|
"Sia Buffalo Mask" photo by Edward Curtis 1925.
|Digital illustration of vintage arrows by Julia Kostreva and Minnetonka boots.|
In my Daily dose of quirkiness I want to show you that the Native American Indian inspiration stretches all the way to things for our pets, like this cat-tipi :-)
|The Purr-fect Place Pet House from ModCloth|