Moonsafari is the exclusive South African importer and distributor of high-end gifting, kitchen, homeware anddecoration brands Sagaform (Sweden), Kinto (Japan), Naga (Denmark) and Dreamfarm (Australia). These four brands exemplify the very latest international design and lifestyle trends: their products are not only highly usable but appeal to both the visual and tactile senses. Moonsafari distributes these brands throughout South Africa. They can be found in department stores as well as in all good independents.
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Sagaform of Sweden is all about joyful and innovative gifts for the kitchen and beautifully dressed table – both indoors and out. Designed to bring joy, pleasure and a smile to those who receive them, you’ll love giving a Sagaform gift, but equally love to spoil yourself with one.
With their first-class Scandinavian designs, Sagaform tops of the list for corporate gifts, and should be the first name you think of when choosing a hostess gift for Saturday night’s dinner party, or something to make your neighbour feel welcome.
Sagaform works closely with Sweden’s top designers, setting the standard for the latest interior design trends and lifestyles.
Kinto of Japan sets the benchmark when it comes to simple and characterful homeware design. Their top designers focus on producing simple and clean products that perfectly fit the modern lifestyle, and which combine handiness with a uniquely expressive style.
When you make a gift of a Kinto product, you’ll know that what you’re giving is not only fresh and beautiful, but has an innovative functionality and exclusivity that matches its attractive looks.
With Kinto’s unique products, you’ll not only marvel at how you ever got by without them, but wonder how you ever got away with giving anything else.
NAGA Denmark was founded in 1977 by Erik Stoltenberg. Initially, the company manufactured cork and hessian notice boards with a wooden frame. The name, NAGA, is an abbreviation of the Danish words for "nature" and "gift", inspired by the materials the boards were made of. In 2005, manufacturing in Denmark was no longer profitable and production was moved abroad. In 2008, Erik Stoltenberg sold his company to Allan Petersen.
Danish design on your wall Purely for decoration or as a practical solution - here you will find our large range of products for your walls at home, in the office, at school, in a waiting room or in other public spaces. If you need a decorative board, a practical planner, a traditional notice board, a world map or other accessories for our boards, you will find the complete range here
We grow ideas into new and incredibly useful things. If you love things that solve a problem, haven’t been done before, and are the absolute best in the world, then we’ve got great news for you – you’ve come to the right place. That’s all we do.
We’re a bunch of everyday dudes from Brisbane, Australia, that believe in making sense, not junk. We’re proud to be a company that’s grown from a backyard shed by coming up with our own ideas and doing all of our own design work. That might not matter to some, but it’s everything to us. After all, this is our life’s work. So welcome, you’ve made it to Dreamfarm. Make yourself at home. We’re glad you’re here and we’re looking forward to knocking your socks off.