30 years of expertise
Founded in 1991 by Catherine Giraud, Macumba is the first interior decoration store in Mauritius, offering more than 3000 products of furniture, decorative objects and a selection of garments and accessories, including linen rugs, table and cushion covers from all around the world.
Macumba’s story did not begin with decorative products but with clothes imported from Indonesia and put on sale within hotels. Soon after, the first decorative items were imported and sold at Catherine Giraud’s place in Grand-Baie, until the opening of the first shop in Grand-Baie in 1992.
Today, Macumba has 3 retail shops around the island , the main showroom in Grand Bay, one shop in Sunset Boulevard, Grand-Baie as well as one in Ruisseau Creole, Riviere Noire.
A shop with a soul
Catherine Giraud, Macumba’s founder, travel and antiquing lover, created a boutique with exclusive and unique decorative pieces and furniture from all around the world. While hunting for products in Asian, European and South American countries, travels around Indian towns to unearth these exquisite decorative pieces. Going through the smallest collections only to find the exclusive products is what makes Macumba Déco’s uniqueness.
Macumba, radiates with freshness, uniqueness and positive vibes. Macumba is a boutique with a soul as Catherine Giraud pours all her heart into digging up stunning decorative and furnishing products.
Passion and Uniqueness
Macumba knows how to combine influences and offers its customers unpublished collections. We are focused on providing the broadest assortment of products to suit every room, in every style, for every budget. An originality that is the hallmark of Macumba and has attracted over the years many enthusiasts and professionals of the decoration!
Each product found in the shop is an exceptional piece, a piece of a soul, a piece of history. These products are nothing popular and hold a unique story.
The people who make it possible
Founder & Director
Shops & Sales Executive
Macumba Sunset Boulevard
Macumba Ruisseau Créole