This is where we keep you abreast of any developments here at Giggy and Bab, peppered with random items of interest...

Introducing Birchwood and Blackheath...

December 23, 2018

The elves have been busy at Stool Central putting the finishing touches to our new batch of stools. They feature two stunning new plywood finishes, blond and black. Here’s a sneak preview….

Hornsey Stool makes its TV debut

November 09, 2018

Proud to announce that a yellow Hornsey stool burst onto the small screen last night, gracing a beautiful newly refurbished kitchen in George Clarke’s Old House, New Home on Channel 4.

Not just for Christmas…

October 08, 2018

A Hornsey stool ticks all the boxes: handy for pruning the wisteria, children love to climb up and sit on it, cooks use it to reach high cupboards, and creatives sit on it to paint, play instruments, you name it…

100% Design 100% Delighted

September 10, 2018

Giggy & Bab is proud and excited to be exhibiting at trade show 100% Design at Olympia, west London. The show runs from 19th to 22nd September 2018, and will be thronged by architects and designers.

As seen in The Sunday Times

June 25, 2018

Now there’s a phrase that rolls nicely off the tongue. Unlike the phrase “VAT threshold” which strikes fear into the heart of many an SME, particularly as they draw closer to it.

All the fun of the fair

May 04, 2018

A warm thank you to all the people who came to the Giggy & Bab stand at the recent Country Living Spring Fair at Alexandra Palace in north London, your charm and enthusiasm made it a pleasure.

Latest from Hornsey Stool HQ

April 15, 2018

Country Living Spring Fair, Camilleri Paris Mode, Women’s Room blog, Lauren Laverne… it’s all go here at Stool Central.

Putting Hornsey on the map

March 30, 2018

I am thrilled to appear in my venerable local newspaper, the Ham & High, in their regular Q&A slot, which features a local resident talking about what they love about their neck of the woods.

Monochrome Hornsey is wintry hit

January 26, 2018

Customers in January are embracing winter, largely shunning brighter stools in favour of the black Hornsey, with its frame the colour of a raven’s wing and its feet as white as snow.