Kuala-ty over Quantity

November 06, 2020

While visiting Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Lucy went fabric hunting at the famous Pasar Seni, which translates to ‘Central Market.’ 

Her favorite part of the market was the original tiles that decorate the floor. She loved the beautiful and detailed design that speaks of a time long ago.

"As a young child, my family lived in Malaysia and I recently returned to find my childhood home! This fabric's bright colors and motif remind me of our family trips to Malaysian Borneo and their traditional clothes." - Traveler Lucy Cronan

Thanks for the awesome fabric find Lucy!

 

Here’s to chasing Kuala-ty over quantity & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

-the Taaluma Team




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