Our free printable gift wrapping paper featured on Oh The Lovely Things

Our wrapping paper from last year has been featured on Oh The Lovely Things, Thanks guys! Stay tuned, this years Christmas free wrapping paper will be posted later this week.

Food Wine & Design

We sat down with Wawa and Artisan Distillers & Co a couple of weeks back and discussed how best to come up with a stand that could combine and represent both brands in a shared space. The 'space' is a 3x3 metre stand at the Food, Wine & Design Fair in Johannesburg.

The guys finished setting up last night and sent some pics over for us to check out, looking pretty good! They're there from today and over the weekend, Wawa have their wooden boards as well as a new range of handslides produced from recycled foam off-cuts. And AD & Co have a great selection of incredibly good, traditional cape pot still spirits for tastings and sales.

There is great variety of incredibly innovative and proudly South African design as well as amazing wine and lip-smacking food to taste. If you're in Jozi's and have nothing planned for this evening or the weekend go and say hi, experience Wawa in the flesh, it's the way hand crafted products are meant to be viewed, and enjoy the exceptional flavour of artisanal spirits.

Hyde Park Corner Shopping Centre Rooftop:
Fri 23rd: 12pm - 10pm
Sat 24th: 10am - 10pm
Sun 25th: 10am - 4pm

Wawa on the web

Over the next couple of months we are working with Wawa, helping to spread their lovely work all over the web. Wawa is a local surfboard company making handmade wooden surfboards and we've had the pleasure of working with them from the start, creating their branding and building their website.

Props to Ian James Thurtell for the amazing photography.

Help spread the word, follow them on Facebook, Flickr, Pinterest and check out their blog here.

And if you are in Jozis next weekend (23rd - 25th), don't miss Wawa at the FoodWineDesign Fair.

K&i's Instagram pictures now on the web!

Ahh, we've been waiting for this day... and here it is - all our Instagram pictures are now viewable on our Instagram profile online, yippee!


We bought some old school chairs last week and started restoring them over the weekend. We've decided to turn them into a set of dining room chairs. Chair backs and bases have all been sanded with the top layers of ply removed, and the steel frames got a lick of the most popping/fizzing enamel colour we could think of mixing. We've only just started on the painting so will upload more pics once completed. How's that colour?