Décor & Gardening

From biscuits to cattle: Nguni Galore mooves home décor to a new level

From biscuits to cattle: Nguni Galore mooves home décor to a new level

Africa has long held cattle to be both beautiful and valuable with many traditional societies measuring wealth in head of cattle and venerating the beasts as signs of favour.

It is this passion for the value and beauty of Nguni cattle that photographer John Lamberti set out to capture with his camera which resulted in his uniquely African art form that is the natural beauty of Nguni cattle. John is a renaissance man, who keeps moving and growing to meet the demands of the marketplace.

“After selling my previous business, I started working in design, running a design studio.  I saw a gap in the market so decided to start my own Nguni décor brand.” explained John, adding that he had seen an increase in interest in unique décor which featured the beauty of the outdoors but wasn’t the same as wildlife photography which tourists tended to gravitate towards.

His studio in Caversham Road displays a wide range of canvas and prints, as well as a selection of items printed with images he has captured while exploring the many outdoor scenes so indicative of Africa, storing them in what is now a vast image library with something to suit almost every taste.

His images can be used to adorn cushion covers, wall paper to coasters in the print of your choice. “I can make it seem like you are sitting in the middle of a forest in your office,” he joked, showing some of the lush forest scenes he has in print.

With a fully functional online store in addition to his walk in shop-front, he is able to serve the needs of both the small and large scale buyer. “If you are looking for something special we can make sure we give you just what you want,” he explained.

Pop into his store in Pinetown and take a look at all he has to offer.

Give your home a mini makeover and buy this 3 Pack special measuring 1.2meters  x 40cms at only R380

Tel: 031 702 6447 – Email: john@inspiredvision.co.za . www.ngunigalore.com

8 Caversham Road, Pinetown







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