Navajo: the Indigenous American Climate Indoors

Ever heard of the Navajo trend? Because it is the name given to the indigenous influence that took over the catwalks last season and, of course, also came with full force in the decoration of environments. Rico in earthy tones and vibrant, details, fringes, feathers and fur, Navajo also appears rescuing the geometric prints and leather laces, in a mix so charming as steeped in history. That’s because “Navajo” is also the name of the largest American Indian tribe, a people who live mainly from hunting and grazing, and can be found in northeastern Arizona and parts of New Mexico and Utah.

Also known for eccentric craftsmanship and by constant battles for the right to keep their traditions unharmed until today, the Navajo became a reference for a new concept of decoration, can be applied in all environments. Moreover, the style is also incremented with details that resemble the visual Aztec and African tribes, which helps turn the trend into something even more interesting.


When we talk about décor, remember that the prints inspired by the American Indian pieces help to warm up the environment quickly, without the need to redecorate the entire room. Pillows and beanbags are preferred in this case, because they are easily found in various shapes and styles and are responsible for transforming the space into a cozy place and full of color.


Carpets are also welcome and gain different functionality, and can be used on the floor, like tablecloths or fixed in walls to give a more rustic touch. The poncho, a kind of handmade blanket and one of the main style IDs, can and should be used as decorative Plaid, bringing the entire Indian personality in the House. Colored objects like vases and painted furniture, baskets and bedding also comprise of harmonic form the visual.