African Contemporary Wood Furniture & Decor

African Furniture
                          Indoor and Oudoor Wood Lounger  Made to Order at Phases Africa

Oak Wood Dining Room Table
Oak Wood Round Dining Table

African Furniture
                                           Wood Bench with Woven Cord Seating 

Natural Edge Wood Dining Room Table with Pouder-coated Steel Legs African Furniture

Natural Hardwood Root Table available at Phases Africa

For custom sizes please contact us at: info@phasesafrica.com Size: 1450mm (length) x 1250mm (width) x 850(height). Wood: Knobthorn Root 

African Hardwood Coffee Table available at Phases Africa

African Wood Furniture
Sculpted Wood Side-Tables and or Stools.

Tonga from Zimbabwe - size approx. 54hx29d cm

African Furniture Stackable Contemporary chair

Oak and Ash Wood Chair with Leather Upholstery

African Furniture
Unique Occasional Wooden Chairs 

African Home Decor
Wood Grain Pots - Turned upside down and painted (see below) 

African Home Decor
Wood Grain Pots - Turned Upside Down and Painted

Wood Turned Side Tables with a Burnt (Scorched) Finish

Solid Oak Wood Bench with a Burnt (Scorched) Finish

African Style Armoire, Cabinet, Dresser

African Hardwood Stools: each stool is unique according to the different wooden stumps obtained and have their own natural edges and characters. From Left to Right: Drum, Zig-Zag, V-Shape, Goblet and Bobbin. The Wave (scroll down to next image.)  Size: 300mm Diam x 400mm Height.
Wood Species: White and Red Eucalyptus, White Poplar, Jacaranda and London Plane.

African Wood Turned Side Tables © Noleen Kutash

Bamileke stools from Cameroon:
BBC 003: 50cm diam x 40cm high:  Available in white, black or dark Brown: Hand Carved in Cameroon, this elegant piece adds a sculptural element to any room.


Bamileke Stool from Cameroon © Phases Africa

Bamileke Stool from Cameroon BBC 009: 60cm diam x 40cm high: Available in a large variety of sizes and in black, white or dark Brown: Hand Carved in Cameroon, this elegant piece adds a sculptural element to any room, as seen in Architectural Digest and several other life style magazines across the globe.  The artist carved the shape from a single tree trunk and was originally created for a King. The below images is how the Bamileke stools first arrive from Cameroon, in a raw state, before they are meticulously hand-sanded and then either polish, stained or spray-painted. 
 
Raw Bamileke Stools © Noleen Kutash

African Bamileke Bed - Used As A Coffee Table

Hand carved Bamileke bed from Cameroon, this rustic elegant piece adds a sculptural element to any room, and can be used as a coffee table in any living area.