Pridaʼs one-of-a-kind furniture designs are distinctively indigenous with her use of the huipil in many of the pieces. Prida has been a student and collector of indigenous dress and huipiles of Southern Mexico and Central America for the past 20 years. Her incorporation of these beautiful hand embroidered, woven, and crocheted textiles in her furniture pieces is an attempt to honor, preserve and expose many to the beauty and history of this art form. Some huipiles used in Pridaʼs works are worn and ʻrescuedʼ pieces, others were specifically crafted for the piece.

Furniture may only be purchased by special order.

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  • Peruvian Footstool

    Covered and trimmed in rich Peruvian fabrics and trim.

  • Tia Flora's Banquito

    Veronica's beautiful square stool measures 16 1/2" by 16 1/2 " and is 17 " in height. The brightly colored seat is trimmed with green pom poms and the wood has been refinished in multiple tones of red, green, gold, and copper....Veronica's signature silver "P" charm is also included along the base.