Ultimate Safari Lodge Interiors

    When I lived abroad being homesick meant I longed for Africa bush, after all, it is Africa’s soul. Furthermore safari lodges similar to Molori is what ultimately led me to launch Phases Africa Furniture & Decor in Los Angeles almost 20 years ago.
    “If I know a song of Africa, of the giraffe and the African new moon lying on her back, of the plows in the fields and the sweaty faces of the coffee pickers, does Africa know a song of me? Will the air over the plain quiver with a color that I have had on, or the children invent a game in which my name is, or the full moon throw a shadow over the gravel of the drive that was like me, or will the eagles of the Ngong Hills look out for me?”
     From OUT OF AFRICA by Isak Dinesen (1885-1962)
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    Contemporary African Furniture & Decor

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      3 Different Sizes Functional Art Furniture – Felted 3 Seater, Pouf, and Throw Pillow

      African Tribal Furniture

      Tribal Chair

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      Ethnic Chair Side View
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      Ethnic Chair Front View available at phasesafrica.com

      This Ethnic chair was inspired by the beautiful country and people of Ethiopia.
      Outer 100% Merino Wool filled with high density foam and recycled polyester.
      Size: 80 (wide) x 55 (seat height) x 100 cm (chair height) 

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      Tribal ottoman available at phasesafrica.com
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      Tribal Ottoman and Rock Pillows available at phasesafrica.com
      Tribal Ottomans in Colour

      Tribal Ottomans available in a large selection of either solid colours or mixed colours

      Tribal Ottoman and Rock Pillows

      Tribal Ottoman – (see rock pillow description under rock pillows)
      Hand Felted 100% South African Merino Wool
      Size:
      Large 90 x 70 x 45 cm
      Medium 45 x 45 x 30 cm
      Colours: Aubergine, Olive, Orange, Pale Pink, Red, Rust, Sand, Succulent, Wine, Black, Bordeaux, Brown, Citruse, Coral, Dark Grey, Dark Jade, Denim, Natural, Medium Grey, Medium Brown, Lime, Masai Red, Light Jade, Light Grey, Indigo, Forest Green, Ochre

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      Contemporary stool available at phasesafrica.com
      Contemporary Stool  – Called The Daisy Stool
      Hand Felted 100% South African Merino Wool
      Size: 55 x 55 x 46cm
      Colour Options: Aubergine, Olive, Orange, Pale Pink, Red, Rust, Sand, Succulent, Wine, Black, Bordeaux, Brown, Citruse, Coral, Dark Grey, Dark Jade, Denim, Natural, Medium Grey, Medium Brown, Lime, Masai Red, Light Jade, Light Grey, Indigo, Forest Green, Ochre
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      Rug made from Felt available at http://phasesafrica.com

      Hand Felted Merino Wool – River Edge Wool Rugs 
      With pebbles either in the center (pictured above) or on the edges (seen below)
      Size Options:
      Large 1.2M x 2 Meter
      Medium: 50cm x 100cm
      Colour Options: Aubergine, Olive, Orange, Pale Pink, Red, Rust, Sand, Succulent, Wine, Black, Bordeaux, Brown, Citruse, Coral, Dark Grey, Dark Jade, Denim, Natural, Medium Grey, Medium Brown, Lime, Masai Red, Light Jade, Light Grey, Indigo, Forest Green, Ochre.

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      Rug made from Felt
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      Sculpture Sheep Made from 100% South African Merino Wool.
      Size: 35cm x 55cm
      Colours: Aubergine, Olive, Orange, Pale Pink, Red, Rust, Sand, Succulent, Wine, Black, Bordeaux, Brown, Citruse, Coral, Dark Grey, Dark Jade, Denim, Natural, Medium Grey, Medium Brown, Lime, Masai Red, Light Jade, Light Grey, Indigo, Forest Green, Ochre
      All our pieces are hand made from 100% South African Merino wool, as wool is an organic fabric it is important to take special care for the longevity of your product. Please take note of the care & cleaning instructions to best assist with a lifetime of happiness from your wool product.

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      Decorative Pillows – Rock Pillows – Scatter Cushions
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      Decorative Pillows – Rock Pillows – Scatter Cushions – silver colour
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      Decorative Pillows – Rock Pillows – Scatter Cushions in gold with silver stripe other colour

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      Decorative Pillows – Rock Pillows – Scatter Cushions in gold leaf and black with silver leaf stripe other colour available

      Hand Felted Merino Wool.
      Pillows have 100% recycled polyester inners, 100% wool inners can be supplied on request. Special care should be taken. Not for use by children or high traffic. Our professional finish can be added for high traffic use, as well as outdoors please request. Hand-wash cold water or dry-clean.

      Sizes:
      Tiny: 30 x 25 x 12 cm
      Small: 40 x 30 x 20 cm
      Medium: 50 x 45 x 30 cm
      Large: 60 x 70 x 45 cm
      X-Large: 90 x 80 x 50 cm (not available in silver or gold leaf)

      Colours: Aubergine, Olive, Orange, Pale Pink, Red, Rust, Sand, Succulent, Wine, Black, Bordeaux, Brown, Citruse, Coral, Dark Grey, Dark Jade, Denim, Natural, Medium Grey, Medium Brown, Lime, Masai Red, Light Jade, Light Grey, Indigo, Forest Green, Ochre


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      African Home Decor Ideas

        African Furniture

        African Stools Neuehouse Hollywood Source Wallpaper magazine

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        African Hardwood Stools ©Phases Africa

        AFRICAN WOOD-TURNED STOOLS

        The feature image credits: African Stools by Phases Africa Furniture and Decor for Neuehouse Hollywood Image: Source Wallpaper Magazine

        Perfect for home, hospitality or office decor – each wood-turned stool has its own unique character with natural edges according to the different wooden stumps obtained. For inside use, natural stain can be applied as seen in this image. Size: 300mm Diam and 400mm High

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        African Decor Wood Headrests ©Phases Africa

        Headrest from the Dinka people of South Sudan
        “A young man is entitled to begin wearing the distinctive coiffure that marks him as an adult only after he is initiated. As each member of the age set rises through the hierarchical society, changes in jewellery, hairstyle and feather decorations for the hair often mark each promotion. The use of headrests is often associated with this advancement and the headrests themselves become status symbols. Whether this pattern is true for the Shilluk and Dinka is unknown, but it certainly seems likely as Shilluk men still wear elaborate coiffures, and among the Dinka headrests/stools are primarily used by older men (Jeremy Coote, personal communication). The Dinka multi-purpose headrests/stools also provide a convenient place to sit as it is not considered proper for elderly men to sit directly on the ground”.  William Dewey – Africa The Art of a Continent
        Size: 15cmH x 24L x 7cmW x 15cmH

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        African Decor Ashanti stool © Phases Africa
        African Ashanti Stool: This African vintage Ashanti Stools, are spiritual as well as practical, carved from a single block of wood.  Legend foretells that the soul of the owner/s of the stool resides in the seat of the stool.  Hence, when the seat of the stool was not in use, it would lean against a wall, thus preventing other peoples souls passing-by from entering the owner’s seat.   Placing this stool in a contemporary or traditional setting can add a unique sculptural element to any living space.

        Size: 50Diam cm x 39H cm

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        African Decor Pygmy Bed © Phases Africa

        Antique woodcarver Pygmy bed: This African style decorative wood bed adds a sculptural element to any room, for example; it can be used as a coffee table or a bench in any living space, in your home or office.
        Size: 160L x 69W x 36.5 H 

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        African Decor Bamun Bed © Phases Africa

        African Wood Hand carved Bed: The Kingdom of Bamum: could also be spelled Bamoun, sometimes called Mumfrom (1394–1884) was a pre-colonial West African state in what is now northwest Cameroon. The Bamum are noted craftsmen. The men do embroidery, weaving, leather-work, wood carving, metalwork, and blacksmithing, and the women make pottery. Both men and women cultivate the land.      Size: 150cm L x 45cm W x 29.5cm H

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        African Decor Benin Beaded Heads © Phases Africa
        Beaded Head Sculptures: These Vintage terracotta heads are from Nigeria decorated completely in beads and was used as home décor. These beaded sculpted heads is a modern version of the original bronze head sculptures of Benin’s (Oba) during the 16th century         Size: approx 44cm High x 20cm Wide x 20cm Deep.
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        African Decor Wood-carved Bamileke Bed © Phases Africa
        Bamileke Bed: This African style decorative wood bed adds a sculptural element to any room, for example; it can be used as a coffee table or a bench in any living space, in your home or office. hand-carved wood from Cameroon, West Africa Size: 198 cm in Length x 68cm W x 36.5 cm H 
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        African Colonial Wood Figure Sculptures © Phases Africa

        Hand Carved Wooden Figures – Colonial Men and Women

        These fun African home decor pieces individually hand carved wooden “Colonial figures” representing an unusual mix of African and European cultures. There are no two men/woman alike and stand on their own. They come in a large variety of colors and are more striking in pairs or groups of 3 or more.  There are also smaller sizes available as well as life size (meaning the colonial figures have almost normal size figures as far as the width goes.  In plain English they’re not so skinny.
        Size: Range from 1.5 Meters – 2.5 Meters tall

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        African Namji Beaded Fetish Doll © Phases Africa
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        African Namji Beaded Doll © Phases Africa

        African Namji Beaded Dolls – fetish dolls: These African beaded dolls, gifted to young females of the tribe as a fertility doll to teach them the responsibilities of motherhood.
        Materials: Carved from solid wood, multicolored trade glass beads, cowrie shells, coins, brass amulets, fibers, and leather strips. 
        Sizes: 30cm, 40cm, 50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm and even larger ones are available
        Available Colours: White, Black, Red, Blue (light and dark) Green, Yellow, Orange, to name just a few.

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        African Decor Heddle Pulley © Phases Africa
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        A Heddle Pulley was used by the Pigmy in weaving long strips of narrow cloth; which would then be sewed together in the end to make a large piece of cloth. These pulleys not only assisted the Pigmy in their sewing it also protected the weavers and assisted them in producing finest cloth. 
        Size: 50cm tall
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        Antique Currency Congo © Phases Africa

        Antique Congo Currency: Gong Iron Currency, “gunga” – Nkutshu/Jonga people, Democratic Republic Congo. 
        Size: 68cm High x 24cmW x 15cm Deep.

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        Ethiopian Crosses © Phases Africa

        African Decor – Ethiopian Cross (Abyssinian Cross)
        This processional cross were mounted on staffs and carried during processionals as well as displayed on altars. The kingdom of Ethiopia was probably the second country (after Armenia) to embrace the Christian faith. Evidence exists that Christianity thrived here even in the 1st century.

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        African Mask Congo © Phases Africa
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        Songye Mask from former Zaire called the Republic of the Congo today.  These masks are considered one of the most intimidating masks in all of Africa.  Mission accomplished, as they were worn for this very purpose, to scare off the enemy.  The masks are identified by the zig-zag groves carved into them symbolic of cuts to the face often acquired during fears battles. Size:  39cm High x 12cmW x 12cmDeep

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        Wildebeest Scull and Horn © Phases Africa

        African Blue Wildebeest skull/horn The Blue Wildebeest skull is A grade quality and will be shipped with necessary permits.

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        Raisin Bush Wood Carved Owls © Phases Africa
        African Wood Carvings: The Matabele are renowned for their wood carvings. These talented Zimbabweans from Matabeleland used Raise Bush Wood “Ozorao” collected alongside riverbanks for these carvings. Size: Carved Wood Owls: Left to Right – 41cm Tall x 17cm W x 9cm Deep.  42cm Tall x 15cm W x 9 cm Deep
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        African Bamileke Wood Stool © Phases Africa
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        Bamileke Wood Stool © Phases Africa
        Bamileke Stool: This stool was literally and figuratively ‘made for a King’ as he sits on it during ceremonial rituals in Cameroon honoring the earth spider. According to legend, the earth spider plays a vital part in solving problems. As the earth spider is an essential link between the present and ancestral underground world. The “X” shape rosettes of a six or eight star pattern carved into the Bamileke stools indicates a spiders’ shape.  It also suggests the common denominator shared by both spider and King of divine knowledge. contact us for available sizes and colour finishes. 

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        African Colonial Wood Figure Sculptures © Phases Africa
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        African Tribal Hat called Gokwe – Colour White © Phases Africa
        African Decor │A Kings Crown │Gokwe: This Yoruba Kings crown from Nigeria is worshipped and one of the most cherished beaded objects from Africa. This crown can only be worn by a Yoruba King or his direct descendants, during public and state occasions. The crown is the most important object in royal Yoruba insignia. The beaded strings attached at the bottom of the crown covers the king’s face and shrouds him from the onlookers therefore strengthening his role as divine ruler. Size: 30cm Diam x 41cm H.
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        Mbole Anklet Currency from the Congo © Phases Africa

        Mbole Anklet Currency
        The Mbole, people are found in Southeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire.) These either bronze or copper anklet currency bracelets were used for major transactions. Worn either by men or women these large rounded anklets were offered by the husband to his wife to be a part of the marriage contract. 
        Size: 42.5cm Diam x 17cm Deep

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        African Wall Art Décor – Bobo Plank Mask © Phases Africa

        Obo or Bwa Plank Mask: Painted hand-carved wood. The Bwa people are from central Burkina Faso and Mali. The Southern Bwa are known for their tall plank masks, and tend to use wood to make their masks. In the late 1800’s after the arrival of the French and their Senegalese mercenaries, the  the Bwa decided God had abandoned them, so they turned to their Nuna neighbors and purchased the rights to use, wear, and carve wooden masks, their costumes, and the songs and dances that go with them.

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        Kuba Cloth – Old Brodee cloth from Congo © Phases Africa
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        Kuba Cloth Pillow Cases – Old Brodee cloth from Congo © Phases Africa

        Kuba Cloth: In post – Renaissance Europe, Kuba Cloth, the embroidered and appliqué decorated raffia cloth from the Congo (formerly Zaire), entered the curio cabinets and treasuries of nobles and kings as the finest representation of African art. More recently, the mastery of Kuba cloths’ abstract patterning was a source of inspiration to artists such as Matisse, who displayed part of his large collection on the wall of his studio. Phases Africa directly trades with Congo’s most renowned source on Kuba Cloth.

        Recycled Ceiling Light-fixture © Phases Africa

        green lighting, recycled lighting, glass chandelier, unique glass chandelier unique recycled glass chandelier

        Recycled Ceiling Light-fixture © Phases Africa
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        Recycled Ceiling Light-fixture © Phases Africa

        The elements used in these light fixtures: tumbled glass & galvanized wire, 50w down lighters.  It’s available in a mixture of colors as well as any solid color of your choice. A majority of the artists work is custom made contact us for more info.

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        All wool handmade area rugs with African motifs © Phases Africa
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        All wool handmade area rugs with African motifs © Phases Africa
        Phases Africa proudly presents a brand new collection of handmade area rugs: These 100% plush wool rugs created by master weavers are trained to allow for personal development and the growth of empowered communities in Southern Africa.
        The wool used is sourced responsibly from adult Karakul Sheep and is meticulously selected to ensure the highest quality grade.  After blending the wool, seamlessly it is then spun and woven resulting in the emerging of supreme quality hand-woven area rugs.

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        African Furniture Design

          African furniture and decor has much to offer the world when it comes to furnishing luxury homes, offices and the hospitality industry. The introduction of Phases Africa’s collection to Global markets, was well timed, by owner Noleen Kutash. Due to the fact, that these luxury African safari lodges, international 5 star hotels as well as, commercial buildings across the globe. That incorporated furniture made in Africa are consistently winning the top honors, in the world most prestigious travel and design publications. Our featured image is courtesy of: Chinzombo Zambi Safari Lodge.

          The tree root tables featured above, used as coffee tables, are a particular popular furniture design idea trending right now.  Below are two Phases Africa tree root tables and the wood for all our tree roots are sustainably sourced, we only use naturally felled trees.   The first tree root, was a coffee table base constructed for a 5 star lodge in Botswana – in this instance the timber used was Matzeri, an African hardwood.   In the second example; is an image of a 700mm high tree root, used as a tasting table for a wine cellar, in another 5 star lodge in South Africa.  In both instances we recommend glass tops (not seen in these images.)

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          African Furniture Design – Image: Chinzombo Zambi Safari Lodge

          Tree Root Tables

          Tree Root Table – Sustainably Sourced African Hardwood

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          Tree Root Table – African Hardwood Sustainably Sourced

            In the next image we have 5 wood-turned side tables with colour added according to our customers specifications. These wood turnings are available in a variety of styles and sizes.  Please visit all our African furniture pages on our website to see other options.

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          Living Room Furniture – Wood Turnings as Coffee Tables and Side Tables

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          5 Wood Turned Stools 2 Different Sizes and Heights.

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          Phases Africa’s Wood Turned Stools for Neuehouse Hollywood – Image Rockwell Group

          Below, a close up look at the wood turned stools ordered by the Rockwell Group, for Neuehouse Hollywood project shown in the above image.

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          African hand-beaded Yoruba Chairs

          These African hand beaded royal chairs were made for the Yoruba royal family from South-western Nigeria, and Benin, in West Africa. It takes approx 12 to 14 weeks to add these tiny beads, to a single chair.  The colours and patterns can be made to your specifications and the style of the chair can also be changed within reason.

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          African Bamileke hand-carved stool used as a side table – white spray painted

          These Bamileke hand-carved stools come in a large variety of patterns, sizes, and styles and finishes are either natural, stained dark or spray painted.  They are spectacular as a coffee table, when several Bamilekes are used at different sizes and heights, and stacked together in the center of a living room as group. A particularity wonderful coffee table idea is grouping several of these Bamilekes together, change up the sizes and even the styles.  And an additional plus in doing so is the smaller and lighter Bamilekes in the group, can quickly be moved to serve as side tables, for that cocktail to rest on.   In the image below the Bamileke stools have not been cleaned nor sanded or polished.  To see more style options visit all our pages in our “African Decor” category on our website.

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          Bamileke stools, in raw state, before sanded by hand and polished.

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          African Bamileke Bed as Coffee Table

          In the above image is an African Bamileke bed from Phases Africa, stained dark and used as a coffee table, in a prestigious commercial space, in Seattle Washington.  These African wood beds, also come in a variety of styles and sizes. Below is another example, a more ornate carved bed, and below that image are a few Bamilekes stacked on-top of each other with different patterns – again these 3 natural finished Bamilekes are in a raw state, meaning they have not yet been cleaned, sanded or polished, stained or painted.

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          African hand-carved Bamileke Beds

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          Natural Wood African hand-carved Bamileke Beds – Ideal Coffee Tables

          Below a few of our unique furniture pieces from our South African Furniture Collection – Ostrich Skin Furniture –  sustainably sourced hides.

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          Living Room – Ostrich Skin Wing-back Chairs with or without Ostrich Skin Throw Pillows

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          Ostrich Skin Wing-Back Chair

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          Ostrich Skin Leather Armchair.

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          Ostrich Skin Leather Couch

          The trending finish for wood products, are a scored finish, as seen in the following 3 images – different furniture pieces all with a scorched finish – the wood is burnt with a blowtorch – yes, it is risky, but the result is stunning.  A finish is applied after the scorching to ensure that their is not a single trace of residue, thus ensuring it is user friendly.

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          African Furniture Solid Oak-Wood Bench (with an intentionally burnt finish)

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          Side Tables wood-turnings with scorched (burnt) finish

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          3 wood turnings with a scorched (burnt) finish

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          African Tribal Chair 100% Merino Wool Felt

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          African Tribal Ottomans 100% Merino Wool Felt – available in 2 sizes and many colours

          A unique African sleeper-wood cabinet/dresser (armoire) hand-crafted from untreated hardwood ties used to construct the railroads in Africa at the turn of the nineteenth century. For the front of the cabinet an African wooden Dogon door was used, this door was hand-carved in West Africa by the Dogon People. This armoire was custom made. We have more African hand-carved doors to select from.  As well as, other ideas on how to use these stunning African hand-carved door, as African furniture, Art or decor – please visit this page to view more options.

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          African Style Armoire with Dogon Door Front

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          African Home Decorating Ideas

            African home decorating ideas, consist of an exciting mix of Africa’s rich tribal heritage combined with a sophisticated African design in home decor and furniture from some of Africa’s leading contemporary designers. As a result these inspired furniture and decor pieces are frequently spotted in Africa’s top hotels, resorts, private homes, safari lodges and luxury commercial spaces.

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            Sleeper-wood table, Rope chair, Bameleke, Juju hat & Colonial male figure

            Consist of: dining room tree root table bases, wood-turned side tables and server tables. Furniture made from hide and leather: benches as well as, ostrich skin couches and wing-back chairs. Tribal and ethnic furniture, and African hardwood furniture, we also sell occasional and outdoor chairs and much, much more.

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            African Decor Wood Turned Stools for Neuehouse Hollywood – Image: Rockwell Group
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            African wood turnings – side-tables installed at Neuehouse Hollywood – Image: Los Angeles Times – Ricardo DeAratatanha
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            Phases African wood carved stools at Neuehouse Hollywood – Image: Noleen Kutash
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            Phases African wood turned side tables with colour added on the sides
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            Kudu (inner bone) Horn and Leather and Porcupine Quill Lampshades African style lighting
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            Kudu (inner bone) Horn Lamp Stand with Porcupine Quill Lampshades African style lighting
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            Kudu (inner bone) Horn Lamp Stand with Porcupine Quill Lampshades African style lighting
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            Polished Kudu Horn Lamp Stand with Porcupine Quill Lampshade
            African style lighting
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            Porcupine Quill Wallsconce
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            Kudu (inner bone) Horn Chandelier African style lighting
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            Rawhide Standing Lamp African style lighting
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            African Decor Bamileke Stools
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            African Decor African Bamileke wood-carved bed
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            African Decor Bamileke Stools
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            African beaded Namji dolls African Decor
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            African Yoruba Crown African Decor
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            African round wood mask Kple-Kple  African Decor
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            Bobo Bwa Mask  African Home Decor
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            African Ashanti Wooden Stool African Home Decor
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            African textiles Kuba and Shoowa cloth Kuba Cloth
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            African Colonial Figures
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            African Safari Furniture – Cowhide Daybed
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            Tribal Ottomans & Rock Pillows
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            Dining Room Table & Matching Benches African Safari Furniture
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            Ostrich Skin Furniture
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            Cow Bone Wall Sconces  Phases Africa

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            The Ultimate Luxury Safari│Tanzania

            Singita’s lodges in South Africa has always been known for their great African furniture and decor.  Singita’s signature has extended beyond South African borders to Tanzania and Zimbabwe.   Singita Grumeti Reserves is located in northern Tanzania, on the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park – Africa’s No. 1 World Heritage Site.   Then there is Singita’s Pamushana Lodge in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in Zimbabwe, along with the Grumeti Community and Wildlife Conservation Fund – Singita is supporting an ambitious relocation initiative of the endangered black rhino in Africa.

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            FARU FARU LODGE (Tanzania) Accommodation Suite
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            FARU FARU LODGE (Tanzania) Accommodation View From Suite
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            FARU FARU LODGE (Tanzania) Accommodation Enterior Suite
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            FARU FARU LODGE (Tanzania) Accommodation Suite
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            FARU FARU LODGE (Tanzania) Accommodation Suite
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            Accommodation Outdoor Bathroom
            SABORA TENTED CAMP (Tanzania)
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            Sabora Tented Camp accommodation  (Tanzania)
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) Gym
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            Sabora Tented Camp accommodation  (Tanzania) Tennis Court
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) Dinning For Two
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) accommodation  
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) wildlife in-front of tents
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) Tent Suite At Night
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) Breakfast On Tent Deck
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) Tented Bathroom On-Suite
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            Sabora Tented Camp (Tanzania) Interior of  Tented Bedroom
            ZIMBABWE SOUTHERN AFRICA
            SINGITA  PAMUSHANA
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            Location of Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Suite Exterior
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Deck
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Dining Out on Deck
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Sleep Out
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe General Lounge
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Suite Living Room
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Kids Room
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Master
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            Pamushana Lodge Zimbabwe Master Bathroom

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            2019-10-13T10:08:49+00:00

            African Wall Art│Landscape Photos

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              © Namibia – The Trees of Deadvlei – by: Houghaard Malan
              Houghaard Malan’s stunning African landscape photography are perfect as wall art, in any home or office.  Malan bought is first SLR camera at the age of 19 and within two, years he was well on his way to turning his new found passion, landscape photography into a fulltime career.  “I am inspired by moments when the elements of nature combine as if painted by a god, to create scenes so beautiful that one has to take the time to stand back in awe and marvel at the beauty of the world we live in. I want my photos to remove the viewer from their present location and transport them to the scene so they can feel the wind and see the golden light of the setting sun on their skin. That is the purpose of a landscape photo, to experience the beauty of a place without being there.”
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              © Namibia – Excelsior – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © Namibia – The Lucky Lilies – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © Namibia -The Pyramid – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © Botswana – Orange Darkness – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © South Africa, Mpumalanga Blyde in Full Flow – by: Houghaard Malan
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              Lesotho – Sehlabathebe National Park, Drakensberg – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © South Africa – Gold Rush – Glentana Beach, Garden Route – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © South Africa – Kalahari Summer Sunset – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © South Africa -Kogelbay Sunset – Western Cape – by: Houghaard Malan
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              © South Africa – Purple Dawn – Hole in the Wall, Wild Coast – By: Hougaard Malan
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              © South Africa -Eastern Freestate Autumn – By: Hougaard Malan

               

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              2020-01-15T09:41:03+00:00

              Safari Style Elegantly Simplistic

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                © Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia

                This beautiful simplistic yet, elegant African safari loge was redesigned and newly styled by award winning architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens.  As a result the camp now consisting of the six stunning villas each with its own private pools. Furthermore one of the villas is a family suite with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, ideal for families or small groups. 

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                © Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia

                The camp is set within 60 acres of private land with Luangwa River frontage; the views from its riverside location which teems with wildlife, plus the private, direct access into one of the most game rich areas of Luangwa National Park.

                Chinzombo Camp only one hour from Mfuwe Airport, is the perfect place from which to explore the magnificent wilds of the Luangwa in style, luxury and exclusivity – all year round.

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                © Villa at Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © Family Villa at Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © View From Private Villa’s Bedroom Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © Private Villa Pool Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © Fire Pit at Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © View from Main Lodge Lounge Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © Bathroom View Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © Villa Bedroom Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © Game Viewing From Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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                © Game Viewing From Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia

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                2019-10-11T13:28:30+00:00