For over 30 years we’ve been removing the door to our flagship Plett shop, and re-hinging it at the close of day. Yesterday we closed it until we can reopen – alongside our 2 other shops and Mungo Mill in preparation for lockdown. Here’s to keeping hopeful, staying in touch & exploring alternatives.
Passion project loading! Our Mungo Mill designer, Lenore Schroeder and Mungo Charleston shop manager, Rachel Neil have teamed up for a bit of cross-continental collaboration.
We’ve been busy refurbishing our Mungo store at the lively 44 Stanley in Johannesburg. The custom-designed, modular shelving keeps in line with the industrial feel of the center, whilst perfectly framing our display of fine woven homeware textiles.
Last month we hosted the Cape Weavers Guild for an exclusive show and tell at our inner city Micro Mill in Cape Town. We also chatted to Guild member Michael De Souza about his weaving journey.
We celebrated the launch of our new store and Micro Mill with a grand opening in June. The energy was great and Hattie was the star of the show. We couldn’t be happier in this new space, situated in the heart of Cape Town
This is the story of a hundred-year-old Hattersley Domestic Loom. Hattie now resides at the Mungo inner city micro mill in Cape Town.
Mungo Pop Up in Johannesburg is opening on the 27th of May. You’ll find us at 44 Stanley, a creative hub with a wonderful collection of artisanal shops, design studios, and restaurants with great atmosphere.
Mungo Studio in Bo Kaap is moving to 78 Hout Street; situated between Loop and Bree st, right in the heart of the First Thursday district.
Mungo Design in Cape Town. You can now get your Mungo towels, throws and linen on your doorstep. Designed, woven and made in South Africa.
Mungo has now opened our own retail space at The Fabric Hangar in Johannesburg. Situated in the recently refurbished JG Train building. Our team has just been in Johannesburg in the hustle and bustle working from sunrise to sunset painting,