So we’re probably the last blog in the world to write about the pervasive use of juju hats as wall decor but we had to say something as they really do look like big spider mums!
Jujus are actually tyns, headdresses worn by Cameroonian tribal chiefs and dignitaries when attending royal court events.
Made of feathers that symbolize prosperity and the positive quality of birds (hmm, wonder what those are?), these often colorful jujus are just the thing you need to fill an empty space…
And if you change your mind or color scheme, no problem – they fold in on themselves for easy storage!
So… do you juju or would you rather stay “mum” on the subject?