Tyba Basic Pillow Cover (4 colors) by Zuahaza
Tyba Basic Pillow Cover (4 colors) by Zuahaza
Tyba Basic Pillow Cover (4 colors) by Zuahaza
Tyba Basic Pillow Cover (4 colors) by Zuahaza

Zuahaza

Tyba Basic Pillow Cover (4 colors) by Zuahaza

Sale price$92.00
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A best seller! Decorate your space with subtle yet sophisticated pillow essentials by Zuahaza. The Tyba Basic line of square pillows combines soft textures and one-tone colors. It is the ideal pillow for all seasons and styles. We created 4 different solid colors (guava pink, pitaya yellow, feijoa green, and guanabana cream) giving you classic and playful colors to choose from.

DETAILS

  • Dimensions: 20”x20” / 50.5cm x 50.5cm

  • 100% organic cotton

  • 100% naturally dyed

  • Handmade by women artisans from Colombia

  • Cotton tape and metal zipper pull

  • Does not include insert

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INSPIRACIÓN

Nuestra nueva línea Cojines Básicos Tyba de cojines cuadrados combina texturas suaves y colores de un solo tono, haciendo de estos cojines ideales para todos los climas y estilos decorativos. Creamos 4 colores sólidos diferentes (guayaba rosa, amarillo pitaya, verde feijoa y crema guanábana) dándote varios colores cálidos y divertidos para elegir. Decora tu espacio con elementos básicos de cojines sutiles pero sofisticados.

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DETALLES

  • Dimensiones: 20 "x20" / 50,5 cm x 50,5 cm

  • 100% algodón orgánico

  • 100% teñido naturalmente

  • Hecho a mano por mujeres artesanas de Colombia.

  • Cremallera de metal en cinta de algodón

  • No incluye relleno

  • Precios en USD* Aceptamos todas las tarjetas

*Para compras en Colombia tenemos opción de pago por transferencia bancaria. Envíanos un mensaje por Whatsapp para poder pagar en COP.

 

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founders

Tatiana Ordoñez and Veelie Alba

Zuahaza was founded by Tatiana Ordoñez in 2019 in Colombia. In 2018, Tatiana made a trip to Charalá to learn about the rich history of cotton growing, spinning and weaving in this region. During her trip, she met with Corpolienzo, a cooperative of artisans. Together, they decided to create a new line of textiles, born of the artisans’ extensive knowledge and of Tatiana’s desire to share creative, innovative textiles with the global market.