Rococo: Crazy, Colorful Upholstery & Textiles

Rococo: Crazy, Colorful Upholstery & Textiles

Sarah Coffey
Oct 27, 2010
  • Location: multiple locations
  • Website:

If you went to a William Morris exhibit at the V&A while tripping on LSD, you might start seeing the world the way Rococo does.

Everything they do is crazy, colorful, a little bit stupid, and a lot of fun. Based out of Mexico City, the company is divided into 5 sections:

1) Autor: a limited-edition line of artist-designed furniture
2) Lab: an experimental collaboration between artists and textile makers
3) Casa: interior fabrics and upholstery
4) Decor: off-the-wall tchotkes for the home
5) Textiles: the "basic" (as if that word really applies here) line, 100% designed and manufactured in Mexico.

These are high-end pieces (prices on request), many of them one-offs, and they have a showroom that's open by appointment in Mexico City. They explain the design process on their site: "With the intention of supporting Mexican art and talent, ROCOCO incorporates into its production craftsmen and artists that rescue restore and give a new story to each piece."

A few of our picks:

  1. Ya Fui a Llorar
  2. Pensamiento Cosmológico
  3. Juego de Pelota
  4. Cassé
  5. Merlín
  6. Black Sweet Calavera Textiles
  7. Bird Venato Textiles
  8. Laberinto Elegante Textiles
  9. Pepona Él Textiles
  10. Zoologico Papel Amarillo Textiles

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