African Decor & Home Furnishings

African Decor
Hand carved wood panels from Africa - can be used as door or decorative art

Wood-turnings three side-tables with scorched (burnt) finish  © Phases Africa

These African decorative pieces and home furnishings are regularly seen in luxury resorts and homes as well as, commercial building across the globe.  When you visit Africa's prestigious 5* safari lodges, you will understand where this popular decorative style found its origins.

Bamileke hand-carved African Stools © Phases Africa

African Decor
African Home Decor - wood grain Pots approx. 54Hx30Diam cm - turned upside down are
idea side tables - right side up that make wonderful planters or can be used as is as home decor.

African Decor - Bronze Benin Leopard Sculpture © Phases Africa

These beautiful African beaded chairs are from Nigeria in West Africa; originally made for the Yoruba Kings and Queens and they were the only ones allowed to sit in them.  

Constructing one of these beaded armchairs, can take anywhere from 10 - 14 weeks to be completed.  They are available in different coloures, styles and the sizes can differ somewhat.   

Today, these functional artful chairs are seen in lobbies, lounges, bedrooms as well as waiting rooms and offices in some of the world’s most prestigious hotels, lodges, resorts private homes and contemporary offices across the globe. Below the Yoruba beaded chair is an image of the King and Queens crowns with hanging beaded fringes that functions as a veil to hide the faces of Royalty.

African Decor
African Yoruba Beaded Chairs

African Decor Beaded Yoruba Crowns © Phases Africa

African Furniture Beaded Yoruba Arm Chairs © Phases Africa

African Decor Nupe Stools © Phases Africa

African Wall Art Plank Mask © Plank Masks

Handmade Felt Scatter Cushions - available in a large variety of colour options. 

 Old African Grain Pots, also refered to as Stomper Pots - turned upside-down are ideal side-tables