It’s no surprise that Aztec and arrow prints are trending like crazy. Whether it’s incorporated in bedding, wall décor, window curtains, or rugs; it’s freaking adorable. What is so great about these Aztec and arrow prints you ask? Well, it’s gender neutral and cute of course! There are so many different decorating options when incorporating an Aztec print, so don’t let it intimidate you. Think of it like perfume; just a little bit goes a long way while leaving an impressionable statement (in a good way!).
Maybe you don’t necessarily have a “theme” for your nursery, but you are featuring light pastels, lace, and possibly even some wood accents for the boys. Maybe you need that statement piece that ties all these things together without having to go too bold. Our Alexis’ Aztec Gilded Arrow Crib Set would be the perfect match for a girly space. This bedding goes great with a variety of colors and looks precious when matched with lace and white furniture. Our Mint & White Triangle Arrow Crib Bedding also portrays soft colors and is definitely gender neutral. This bedding is subtle yet attention-grabbing all at the same time (remember…perfume!).
One of our favorite nursery trends right now is the boho theme, especially when it incorporates Aztec and tribal design. There’s just something charming about Aztec and arrow prints mixed in a room full of dream catchers, teepees, greenery, feathers, and gold accents. Our Cru’s Teepee & Cactus Crib Bedding is unique and full of character. Place a sweet teepee in the corner of the room and add greenery throughout. Trust us, you won’t regret it!
Maybe you’re feeling the modern nursery vibe. Modern nurseries are becoming more and more popular and our Aztec Gold and Mint Crib bedding SHOULD be your go-to! This bedding is bold and gold and could be sold (too cheesy?). There is also the option of keeping the bedding simple and adding our Jamie’s Black & White Geo Aztec Blanket. Again, gender neutral with that modern spin.
We’ve got you covered if you’re in search for that Aztec and arrow look. What style do you go for?