What to expect from African decor and furniture in 2020: Here’s the scoop – several of the world’s most prestigious architectural design firms as well as, numerous top international interior designers have acquired quality furniture & decor directly from the African continent. There is a reason for doing so. Mainly, due to the fact, that a majority of the contemporary as well as, traditional bespoke handmade African furniture and decor – seen in some of these award-winning African safari lodges featured here, are locally made by exceptional craftsmen. Today, African decor & furniture are seen in International 5* hotels, prestigious commercial real-estate, awe-inspiring developments as well as, luxury homes across the globe.
Above, designers used a mix of African wood hand-carved Bamileke stools and custom made wood turnings as side tables On either side of the back wall there are Kudu horn lamp bases with fabric shades. Scatter cushions on the couches are Kuba cloth and above the fireplace are African flat wood plank mask as wall art.
The designers used vintage Kuba cloth to cover the pillows – a Kuba cloth was also framed and installed as wall art.
In the foreground is a stunning Senufu wood bed, to the right of that is a white spray-painted African hand-carved Bamileke stool.
In the foreground on the right is an African Bamileke wood hand-carved bed – used as a coffee table. The twin twig chandeliers are a stunning addition to this room.