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2014-02-27 11.03.51

Designing the perfect apron

It does take time to design and test the perfect apron! We have a new kitchen linen range coming up for the summer, and here is a special behind the scenes look at how we are designing the perfect apron. We have fantastic double pockets at the front, separated by a seam so there’s ample […]

african print cushion

Sneak peak: zingy colours

We are introducing new textiles guaranteed to add a spring to your step. Zingy green, vibrant orange, brilliant pink. We’ll be printing them in slightly lighter-weight fabric, to make up these yummy cushions which are a reincarnation of our Twigs design. Our new kitchen linen range, with aprons, kitchen towels, tea cosies and oven gloves […]


Toghal at Clerkenwell Design Week

Toghal will be part of Clerkenwell Design Week this year! To quote from their website: Entering its 5th year in 2014, the award-winning* CDW has firmly established itself as the UK’s leading independent design festival and annually attracts the international design community to this small area of London for three days of exciting events. From […]


Free Bag Fridays in February

The last of our four Toghal Totes is up for grabs on Friday 28th February. We’ve had lots of RTs and email sign-ups, and thank you all for your enthusiasm. We share the journey below, showing some of the tweets we’ve sent and received from the winners. Free Bag Friday #1 at! Retweet for […]


Product news – napkins and samples

An easy way to add African inspired design to everyday living. We now have Tracks, our Mbuti-inspired design, available as napkins to mix and match with our square Tracks tablecloths. We also have a sample swatch service, so you can buy sets of our fabric by either colour or design. Our swatches are generously sized […]


The Big Day

It’s here, our Big Day, when we announce ourselves properly to the world, and wait. We are in turns, excited and anxious. We are excited about what we have to offer – wholeheartedly contemporary designs which borrow from the cornucopia of African heritage textiles. And also anxious about whether people like what we are offering, […]