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Zuahaza Salento Pillow
Zuahaza Salento Pillow
Zuahaza Salento Pillow

Salento Pillow by Zuahaza

$59.20 Dough VIP | $74 Retail
Zuahaza founder: Tatiana
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founder of Zuahaza
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The Salento Square Pillow features a reversible weave of weft-floats adding texture and softness. This pillow carries the name of a colorful town in the Quindio region of Colombia. Inspired by colored walls, window frames, and flowers, this eclectic design carries the spirit of Salento. This eclectic pillow has added texture through colorful tassels, making it a perfect fun accent to any space.

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Eco-Friendly|Ethically Made|Handmade|Not on Amazon|Organic|Vegan|#LatinxPower|Woman Of Color

founder story

Say hello to Tatiana ๐Ÿ‘‹๐ŸผWith a background in textiles and experience in the artisan field across Latin America, she is the founder and head designer of Zuahaza.

Tatiana has worked with various social design brands from the US, Guatemala, and Colombia. She is dedicated to natural materials, such as natural dyes and organic fibers, and is an advocate for sustainable methods of production. Her Colombian roots have always given her a passion for and admiration towards indigenous craftsmanship, and her favorite part of creating is the interchange of knowledge with artisan partners.


(1) Dimensions: 18โ€ x 18โ€ / 45 cm x 45 cm
(2) 100% Organic cotton
(3) 100% naturally dyed
(4) Handmade by women artisans from Colombia
(5) Does not include insert

Handwoven in Charala, Colombia

"We take time to create unique and excellent quality products through collaboration between our artisansโ€™ craft knowledge and our designer's understanding of modern timeless design." -Tatiana

Who Made It:
Corpolienzo Cooperative

This artisan cooperative has been operating for 30 years & was the result of artisans from a small town in Santander who decided to advocate for the preservation of their craft.

Now, around 40 women artisans form part of the cooperative. These strong women have decided to not let the ancient practices of spinning, dyeing, and weaving disappear. They have been revitalizing the textile practices of the region, and now they want to share their unique products with the world.


High-quality materials require high-quality care! Follow Zuahaza's tips to ensure your home textiles stay soft and beautiful for many years to come!

All of Zuahaza's products have been tested to be colorfast. However, natural dyes compared to synthetic dyes tend to fade in brightness with time, so please follow their wash instructions to ensure you enjoy your product for many years.

Zuahaza can assure you that your product wonโ€™t run dye if you wash it carefully by hand with a PH neutral soap. Due to the natural dyes used in your products, colored water may run on the first washes, especially with indigo dyed fabric. This is completely normal and wonโ€™t stain other fabrics.

Air dry only! This will avoid shrinking and felting.

Avoid direct sunlight for long periods of time. This will prevent colors from fading in brightness.

Due to the handmade quality of Zuahaza's products, small alterations might appear in color and texture. They embrace this and it adds character!

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