Home accessories, furniture and gifts from around the globe.

Since Coco Målé  Interiors launched in 2007, it has gone from strength to strength, providing an original selection of home accessories, furniture and gifts, sourced from around the globe.


The site was launched by Katie Moumtzoglou, who gave up a career in investment banking to create a business that would bridge the gap in interior design between different countries and create a fusion of styles reflecting today’s globalised society. This is reflected in the diverse selection of products featured on the site, which range from the minimalist to the ethnic to the rural and back again. Products are sourced from around the world, mainly from developing countries such as Indonesia, Vietnam, Swaziland and Morocco (to name a few) and it tries to choose fair trade, eco-friendly and recycled products where possible.


The site itself is clearly laid out, with products divided into categories and sub-categories to make the browsing process as easy and intuitive as possible. There is a good broad selection of products available in order to appeal to a wide range of tastes and styles. Within furniture, for example, visitors can choose from light wood, dark wood, oriental, contemporary, painted white, dining room, bedroom or home office furniture, to name a few of the styles available. Meanwhile Throws, Tableware, Lighting, Bedlinen, Kids’ Art and most other home essentials can be found by browsing the rest of the site. And you can even search by colour or style.


Coco Målé is a great source for Christmas gifts, offering everything from jewellery boxes and scented candles to teapots, men’s cufflink boxes, wine accessories and more. Going that extra mile to provide a quality, comprehensive service for its customers, Coco Målé also offers a ‘find-me-this’ service, which employs Katie’s knowledge of the interiors market to help customers track down hard-to-find products. And don’t miss Katie’s informative blog detailing news and information from the world of interiors.

1 December 09