The Stuck-at-home Traveler

December 04, 2020

Do you love traveling?   

Although the pandemic has affected our travel plans, it hasn’t changed our love for adventure. 

We can’t wait to start Ja-planning where we will Rome next.

Until then, our imagination runs wild about all the places we want to explore and the experiences we want to Hav-ana.

So what should we do with all that wanderlust?…especially when circumstances keep us from traveling???

Well, we think Taaluma can help with that!

Even though you can’t experience other countries right now, we want to bring those countries to you - through our fabrics.  

We find awesome fabrics from countries all around the world and turn them into products here in the USA…. 

... and we think our colorful fabrics can help satisfy your wanderlust ;)

Explore Fabrics from All Around the World

Tree-t yourself to a tote and feel good doing it! When you buy from Taaluma, you make a connection with another country. And proceeds from your purchase go to fund microloans for people living in that country.

Know someone who had travel plans canceled this year?   

Why not uplift them with one of our Totes from a country they love or were going to visit?    

Each tote is made from fabric from another country and represents their unique culture.

What better way to quell the travel blues!

Give a connection to a culture that lasts a lifetime!

Oh and it’s also the perfect gift to encourage adventure for when the world reopens!

At Taaluma, we hope to make connecting with new cultures easy and exciting… while leaving you and your loved ones feeling inspired. 

Here’s to keeping your travel dreams alive & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

-the Taaluma Team




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