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Maya Mueble Brings Latin American Home Goods to Lakeview

Photo: Maya Mueble
Photo: Maya Mueble

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Founded by siblings Emily and Brian Prendergast, Maya Mueble brings handcrafted furniture and textiles from Guatemala and El Salvador to Chicago. Once available only online and at pop-up markets, the company now has a brick-and-mortar in Lakeview.

At Maya Mueble, you'll find a range of home goods, everything from brightly colored chairs to cozy wool blankets. Each item is handcrafted and benefits families in Latin America. Maya Meuble works directly with artisans—no middle man, and the curation is on point. If you're looking to freshen up your apartment with an authentic piece, be sure to check out this new Lakeview shop.
· Maya Mueble [Official Site]
· Chicago's 38 Best Home Goods Stores [Racked Chicago]

Maya Mueble

3754 N Ashland Ave Chicago, IL 60613