A Cheeky Looong Weekend!

For my birthday this year my very clever husband bought us tickets to Maputo, which is where we’re off to this morning (whoop whoop!). So I’m afraid Mint is shutting down for a few days while Justin and I soak up the sun in Mozambique! Things will return to normal by Wednesday next week. Happy

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Saying Goodbye…..

Kitchen

Sadly the time has come for us to part with our Durban home. We absolutely loved living there, and will be forever grateful to our good friend, Linday Bush, who designed this wonderful house, but it doesn’t look like we’ll be heading back to Durbs anytime soon, so it makes sense to let it go. Below is

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With Love from Mint!

For those of us no longer in high school, who can’t get their V Day kicks by wondering whether anyone’s going to sneakily slip a heart-shaped card into our satchel, there’s the joy of retail therapy! And to make today’s Valentine’s Day shopping experience even more joyful we’re offering 25% off all of our smalls (everything except

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And We’re Back!!

After a fabulous break Mint is back and raring to go! We had a most wonderful time visiting my brother in Berlin (thanks Mache for all the good times – and introducing us to the most ridiculously tasty yoghurt – things will never be the same again). We also went past Belgium to visit our good

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The Linden Market

If you’re in the market for a rather stylish Scandi-style three seater couch, or a handsome chrome and glass coffee table, be sure to swing past the Linden Market tomorrow where Mint will have a stand, along with loads of other traders selling everything from artisanal gin to the most fantastic jewellery by my good

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Happiest of Days Just!!!

I’m afraid this post has absolutely nothing to do with Mint and everything to do with my wonderful husband, Justin, who turns FORTY today!! Whoop whoop! Although that being said, without Justin Mint wouldn’t be all that it is today – no e-commerce site, no beautifully restored furniture, and a lot more broken clocks and

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