In between running around to furniture stores in pursuit of a leather sofa (everything I've seen so far looks like they've blown it up with an air hose) and lunch, I wedged in a trip to Zocalo, a gorgeous Tucson shop that carries artisan goods from Mexico and Guatemala.
The prices are fairly horrendous compared to what you'd pay SOB, but I guess if you subtract the airfare, it all comes out in the wash.
It rained off and on all day. No wonder all the flowers look so beautiful in this area.
A lion and Talavera urn guard the entrance to the shop.
Now I know where to find couch pillows!
This coffee table made from reclaimed wood was interesting. Hmmmmm.
Love this hand-painted wooden bowl.
Wonder if there's a special name for this pineapple pottery?
I've never seen an ottoman made from Guatemalan embroidered fabric.
Calling all saints! If I ever need one, I know where to go. Too bad nice looking leather sofas (that don't look like the Michelin Man) aren't that easy to find in Tucson.