Did you see our Mungo Treasure Hunt? We celebrated the start of spring by posting riddles to our social media, leading treasure hunters to a 40% discount! Here’s a rehash of this spring special.
On a frosty morning in July, Mungo headed to Misty Cliffs to shoot our much-loved bath and beath companion, The Dhow Towel. Read on to find out more about the day – and a couple of unexpected surprises that came along for the ride!
Tired of seeing Uncle Pete wipe his moustache with your serviette? We’ve got you covered with our Selvedge Serviette. Lunch salvaged.
Meet our latest Kamma Linen bedding colourway – the Verdite. From country chic to coastal dream, this lush new hue is soothing and versatile.
Linen and cotton are the two natural fibres we at Mungo use the most in our products. They both have long histories of use, are incredibly versatile and have great practical qualities. So how do these two superfabrics measure up against one another?
A vibrant range of textured, checkered cloths in 9 bold and bright colourways. With the Vadoek, our textile designer Lenore Schroeder has created the perfect antidote to the traditionally drab dish towel.
Earlier this year, Dax Holding went to Italy to meet our new linen yarn supplier ‘Linificio Canapificio Nazionale’. They have been spinning since 1873 and their focus has become the production of the best quality linen in the world.
The sophisticated Metal Grey is the latest addition to our linen bedding range. This colour enriches and punctuates the soft neutral tones in our collection.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – linen is an absolute marvel of nature! Luxurious comfort and elegance, as well as practicality and durability, are just a few of the countless benefits of this amazing fiber. Mungo is super proud to be one of a few linen weavers in South Africa, and …
Linen is a marvel of nature, a hollow fiber insulator and an old world heirloom. We are proud to be one of a handful of Linen weavers in South Africa! The linen used by Mungo is grown in Ireland and imported to South Africa in its raw fiber. It is wet spun and processed by …