Zuahaza’s masterfully handloomed home textiles are made by a group of women artisans in the rural village of Charalá, nestled in Colombia’s Andes mountains. It’s here where these artisans hand spin, dye, weave and sew each Zuahaza product. Each piece they make is constructed from organic cotton sourced from Peru, natural dyes and biodegradable materials. Their production techniques also utilize water-saving and minimal waste principles. Founder and head designer Tatiana Ordoñez’s Colombian roots feature prominently in her designs and through the traditional art forms and artisan techniques that each Zuahaza piece celebrates. All of Zuahaza’s women artisans are paid fair, equal living wages and earn nearly double Colombia’s minimum wage.