Touareg Jewelry

While in Morocco for Trade + Impact in September, I couldn't help but encounter Touareg influenced cultural icons in every city we visited. The Touareg are a nomadic people that traditionally inhabit the Sahara Desert. Because they are nomadic, their cultural influence is found all over Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Niger, Chad, Mali, and Burkina Faso...

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New: One of a Kind Moroccan Bags

I recently had the privilege of traveling to Morocco to attend Trade + Impact, a gathering of incredible female led social enterprises from all over Africa and the Middle East. While I was there, I had to see Chefchaeon, the "Blue Pearl." ...

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Four tips for stylish, baby friendly open shelving

The challenge is all too common: how can you keep your home aesthetically pleasing, while still being a fun and engaging space for your children to enjoy? Zeal Living partnered with Terra of Love and Larock and Anna of Annabode + Co to decorate open shelving in a living space with baby in mind...


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Press Feature: InStyle Magazine

Zeal Living InStyle Magazine Feature

I could not be more excited to announce that Zeal Living is featured in the March 2016edition of InStyle Magazine! The Hand Woven Black and White Zig Zag Basket was chosen as a clever way to store sunglasses. I am in love with this idea! Storing sunglasses is definitely a challenge - how to keep them out and visible without letting them become a tangled mess?...

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Artisan Spotlight: Baobab Batik

Baobab Batik was founded in 1991 with the vision to explore the boundaries of Batik as a textile design technique, as well as to provide sustainable employment for local women. Currently Baobab Batik employs 35 skilled artisans full time out of an airy, sun-filled space adjacent to farmland in rural Swaziland. Baobab Batik re-invests 50% of their profits back in to the company and their people...

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