Africa has a long and varied tradition of hand carved wood furniture and decor that showcases its heritage, culture and creativity. From ancient times to the present day, African wood carvers have made beautiful pieces of art that are both useful and decorative using traditional tools and methods. One of the most celebrated traditions of wood carving in Africa is that of the Bamileke people, who live in Cameroon. The Bamileke are known for their complex sculptured Bamileke stools and beds. Bamileke Stool (side-table) This Bamileke bed, with a modern twist, can be used as a coffee table or as is, leanding a sculptural element to any space. African-wood-turned-side-tables-stools from Left to Right: Drum, ZigZag , V-Shape, Goblet, Bobbin - These where all stained. For more info click here South African Yellowwood Dinging Table. Custom sizes Hand Carved Senufo Coffee Table. Available in natural finished wood or it can be stained in a a darker timber colour. The Senufo people of West Africa make furniture that is both beautiful and meaningful. They use thick legs to support their seats, tables and beds, and they carve them with different designs that show their culture and religion. The legs are also strong and long-lasting, because they are made from wood that is hard and tough, like Iroko and mahogany wood. Handcarved Bamileke Bed 172 L x 59 W x 36cm High - This image was taken before the bed was cleaned and poished. Example of a hand carved wood Bamileke bed with a polished finish applied. African Furniture, Solid Oakwood Scorched Bench 10 Seater Oak-wood handmade dining room table. Also available in Ash wood as well as, 6 or 8 seaters. 10 Natural Edge Seater Dining Table made from African Matumi wood. Senufo Tables (coffee tables) & Senufo Stools (side tables) In its raw form before cleaned, sanded and selected finish applied - contact us here for available finish applications. A Senufo Bed with polished finish applied African Hand-carved Ashanti Stool Ashanti wood carvers are artists who make wood objects that show their culture and history. They carve wood with tools and decorate them with designs and symbols that have meanings and stories. African Ashanti Stool with a black stained finish. This decorative piece can be added to a bedroom or waiting room as a magazine rack. It has been spotted in several Safari Lodges on top of large vanities and used to place towls on. African Decor: hand carved Dogon Doors - can be hung on a wall, as wall decor, or mounted on a stand (as seen here) as tribal art in any space. Also, these door are ideal to use as the front of an armoire, dresser, cabinet, wardrobe. The Dogon people live in Mali, a country in West Africa. They have a special culture and art that is different from other people. They like to carve doors out of wood for their homes. The doors have many symbols and figures that show their family, beliefs, and history. The doors help them to keep away bad spirits and enemies. The Dogon people have been making doors for a long time, and they think the doors are important and holy. Phases Africa's wood carved collection, is a mixture of contemporary and traditional vintage furniture including, home decor from Southern as well as, Western Africa. We ship Globaly.