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Barrio Antiguo Designs incorporates Mexican heritage with a cause dear to the heart

Adriana Alaniz's son was diagnosed with a Congenital Heart Defect. She now focuses on bringing CHD awareness by making sacred hearts and wings

HOUSTON — Barrio Antiguo opened in the Houston Heights back in 2003. They are known for their furniture designs and imported Mexican home goods. In 2018, they closed their brick and mortar doors. During the relaunch Adriana Alaniz's son, Axel, was diagnosed with Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) and required immediate heart surgery. It was a big setback, but it also gave Adriana a huge passion for sacred hearts. 

To continue to follow Adriana and Axel's story and see what Barrio Antiguo has to offer, click here. 

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