Mahota is the tribally owned textile company that will make your home more beautiful

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There’s nothing wrong with shopping for home decor at places like West Elm and Wayfair. But chances are, everyone else you know is also shopping there. If you want to make your home stand out with pieces that feel truly unique and unexpected, it’s time to branch out.

That’s why Mahota should be on your radar. It’s the first tribally owned textile company, and they make pieces that will truly transform any space. Founded by Margaret Roach Wheeler, Mahota sells beautiful home decor accents like blankets and throw pillows, plus accessories like purses.

Inspired by the beauty found in nature, many of Mahota’s pieces feature the “brilliant colors of the natural world.” Additionally, most items available from Mahota are sustainably made in the United States using natural fibers like Egyptian cotton.

Whether you’re redecorating your home or just want to add some visual interest to a specific room, you should definitely check out Mahota. Below, you’ll find a selection of their most stunning designs.

Okcha (Life) Blanket, $320

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If you’re looking for a neutral piece that will complement most spaces with warm tones, go with this Okcha (Life) Blanket.

Forked Eye Pillow, $140

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Want to introduce some color into your space? Toss a few of these eye-catching Forked Eye Pillows on your bed or sofa.

Sun Disk Silk Scarf, $120

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Perfect around your neck, hanging from your bag or on your head, this Sun Disk Silk Scarf is like artwork you can wear.

Sun Symbols Blanket, $300

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For any room that feels drab and needs a statement piece, invest in this breathtaking Sun Symbols Blanket.

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