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BEST MEXICAN IMPORTS Phoenix 2007 - Mercado Mexico

We stumbled across this spot while trying to avoid rush-hour traffic (Guadalupe has a speed limit of 25 miles per hour, but it's better than sitting bumper to bumper with Arizona Mills patrons.) And lucky us, because it is literally room after colorful room of imported Mexican treasure. Narrow aisles hold hundreds of glass margarita pitchers, Talavera (that brightly colored floral painting) pots and dishes of all shapes and sizes. We haven't seen a collection of imports this good since the last time we were actually in Mexico.

The Mercado's side yard also holds hundreds of outdoor necessities, from tin fountains to terra cotta planters. Our favorite details are always the small ones, though, which is why we were excited to find a collection of tiny Dia de los Muertos skeletons next to a bin of child-size maracas, and a great selection of those tiny bobblehead turtles that little kids sell on the street in Nogales.

Real treasure-hunters will be excited about the selection of tree bark paintings and authentically painted Casas Grandes pottery, which originated thousands of years ago in the northern Mexico region of Paquime.

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rustic mexican furniture
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rustic mexican furniture
rustic mexican furniture

If you decide on what the new bedroom design, bedroom furniture is something that can last for a lifetime. Bedroom furniture such as armoires, beds, dressers, chests and nightstands come in many various rustic styles includes Mexican, western, Santa Fe, Mission, Spanish Colonial, and southwestern.

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