The festival season is in full swing. The Nkuku team have come up with a few tips to make sure even if you aren’t officially ‘glamping’, you are still maintaining some standards – a little bit of luxury goes a long way!

The look: A beautiful bohemian Lola bead necklace and some Mohini bangles combined with one of our gorgeous Prisha fold over bags. The cross over strap makes it the perfect accessory to keep all your essentials safe and you’ll forget you’re wearing it.

The tent: Get rid of the nylon and polyester and fill your ten with natural soft cotton Ayla throws, luxurious lamb’s wool throws and moss stitch cushions. It’s nice to get warm and cosy after a crazy day out there. 

Dining: Scrap the tupperware and paper cups and indulge in some beautiful hand painted enamelware. Our bird song camping sets come in a handy drawstring bag and include a bowl, cup for cold drinks and mug for that essential cup of tea or coffee in the morning.

The atmosphere: As the night draws in take a break and relax with your friends. String up some lanterns between tents and in branches; fire fly t lights and moon light lanterns work perfectly for this as do our hanging jars for a gentle mood setting light.

Glastonbury may have been and gone but there is still a whole host of festival’s to come from http://www.chagstock.info/ to http://www.wildernessfestival.com/  It doesn’t have to be all mud and no home comforts!

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  • Nkuku specialise in eco friendly, fairly traded homeware and gifts. Our products are inspired by the traditional skills of artisans throughout Africa and India. We combine contemporary design with age old traditions, natural materials and sustainable methods of production. We passionately support fair trade and consider the environment in everything we do.