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African Furniture Contemporary & Traditional

Visitors to Phases Africa’s online showroom will find quality African furniture, contemporary as well as, traditional styles.  Also, one-of-a-kind textiles, handmade lighting fixtures, and an exuberant and eclectic mix of tribal artifacts. Furthermore the products feathered in our showroom are a mix of classic elegance, combined with distinct African character.  Phases Africa’s collection is an ongoing quest for that “special piece” of unusual beauty, fine workmanship and materials of the highest quality.  Resulting in Phases Africa – a collection that combines a sophisticated contemporary African design aesthetic with the organic and timeless beauty of Africa’s tribal legacy. We ship Internationally.  Please contact us for prices, lead times and shipping quotes.

African Living Room Furniture

African Living Room Furniture – Wood turned Side Tables

See cover page of this post on how the above wood turnings where used: 3 of them where turned at different widths and heights, and placed in the center of the living room, as a coffee table.  The 2 dark navy ones where placed on either side of the couches as side tables. All the wood used for our turnings are sustainably sourced.

African Furniture -Mahogany wood and Gemsbok Leg Side Table

Mahogany wood and Gemsbuck Leg (Oryx) Side Table

(Oryx) Leg Side Table

African Furniture│Gemsbuck (Oryx) Horn Legs Side TableSide Table With Gemsbuck Legs

African Furniture Wood turned stools

African Furniture Wood Turned Side Tables

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Old African Grain Pot – turned upside down it can serve as a side-table, or displayed as is or used as a planter.

Tree Root dining room table 1000 x 1300 x 700H

Tree Root Dining Table base1000 x 1300 x 700H

African Furniture

African Furniture Wood Turnings, scorched finished wood turnings, black furniture, side tables, scorched wood furniture, burnt finish wood furniture.

African Furniture

African Furniture Bamileke Bed serving as a coffee table

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African Decor & Furniture In 2020

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.

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African Decor & Furniture Image: Lodolozi Private Granite Suites

African decor & furniture

African Wall Decor, African Wall Art,  African Furniture, Image: Londolozi Founders Camp

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.

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African Decor & Furniture – natural edged dining table & custom made wood sliding doors- Image: Phinda Game Lodge

Natural Edged Dining Room Table

Natural Edged Dining Room Table © Phases Africa

African decor & furntiure

African Furniture & Decor – Image: Londolozi Founders Camp

The designers used vintage Kuba cloth to cover the pillows – a Kuba cloth was also framed and installed as wall art.

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African Decor and Furniture Image: Lodolozi Private Granite Suites

In the foreground is a stunning Senufo wooden bed, to the right of that is a white spray-painted African hand-carved Bamileke stool.

African Decor & Furntiure - Lion Sands River Lodge

African Decor & Furniture  – Image: Lion Sands River Lodge

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.

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African Hand-carved Bamileke Bed © Phases Africa

African decor & furniture

Colonial Wood Carved Figure Holding A Tray & African Bamileke Stool – Image: Chitwa Chitwa Lodge

African decor & furntiure

African Colonial Wood-carved Figure Holding A Tray

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Twig Floor Lamp and Chandelier, Flat Wood Plank Masks as Wall Decor and Polished Kudu Horn Lamp Bases – Image:Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge African Decor

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African Bamileke Side Tables with African Bamileke wood bed at foot-and-end of bed. Image Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

African decor & furntiure

Stunning Organic Twig Custom Lighting Fixture at Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

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African furntiure and decor – Image: Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

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Sabi-Sabi Earth Lodge Exterior

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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
African Decor | Heddle Pulley
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
African Decor │CongoMasks

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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Unique Light Fixtures

Phases Africa’s unique light fixtures are spotted in some of the worlds top 5 star hotels and many of South Africa’s top 10 safari lodges.These tall Rawhide and wood floor lamps, are frequently noticed in some of South Africa’s award-winning game lodges and hotels.  We ship worldwideThis rawhide standing lamp was handmade by a South African artist and no two lamps are identical.  The size: approx. 1.8Meters tall 40x40cm at the widest point, also available in 2Meters and 2.4Meters and approx. 50x 50cm at widest point.

FLOOR LAMPS
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Rawhide Floor Lamp Phases Africa
unique Floor Lamp

Aluminum Laser Cut Floor Lamp

This contemporary aluminum unique floor lamp was cut in a pattern with a laser and made to function in 3 different lighting settings.
UNIQUE LIGHTING TABLE LAMPS
unique lighting

Elegant Porcupine Quill Lampshade with Kudu Horn Lamp Stands & Leather Bases

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Elegant Porcupine Shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base © Phases Africa

Elegant Porcupine Shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base:The base is Kudu horn (the core) with a medium size elegant Porcupine quill shade the total height of the lamp is 88cm.
 All of the Table Lamps made with Inner Kudu Horn have a choice of the following base finishes:   
(1) Black square wood 20x20cm
(2) Black round leather base 200mm Diameter, 32mm thick 
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Kudu Horn Lamp Base with Black Square Wood Finnish © Phases Africa
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Kudu Horn Lamp Base with Round Leather Finnish © Phases Africa
Uneven Drum (medium size) Elegant Porcupine Quill Shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base with a polished Kudu Horn lamp-stands are mounted on embossed leather stands.
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Large Elegant Porcupine quill shade with polished Kudu Horn base Phases Africa
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Large Dixie Porcupine Quill shade & Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base © Phases Africa 

Large Dixie Porcupine Quill shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base:  The total height of lamp including the shade 88cm
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Even Drum Porcupine Quill shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base © Phases Africa
Even Drum Porcupine Quill shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base: The total height of lamp including the shade 93cm
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Leather/Porcupine and Genuine Inner Kudu Core Base Phasesafrica.com
Leather/Porcupine and Genuine Inner Kudu Core Base: These shades are made with leather Trim and thick Porcupine quills and the bases are made from Inner Kudu horn, with wood stand. The total height of this lamp including the shade is 80cm.
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Large Wispy Porcupine Quill shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base © Phases Africa
Large Wispy Porcupine Quill shade and Genuine Inner Kudu Horn Base: The total height of the lamp including the shade 110cm

 UNIQUE LIGHTING BEDSIDE LAMPS 

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Guinea fowl feathers and Black Springbok Horn Base Lamp © Phases Africa

Guinea fowl feathers and Black Springbok Horn Base Lamp The total height of this lamp including the shade is 58cm.

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Drum Porcupine Quill X-Small Shade and Black Springbok Horn Base Lamp © Phases Africa
Drum Porcupine Quill X-Small Shade and Black Springbok Horn Base: The total height of this lamp including shade is 58cm
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Elegant Porcupine Quill X-Small Shade and Black Springbok Horn Base Lamp © Phases Africa
Elegant Porcupine Quill X-Small Shade and Black Springbok Horn Base: The total height of this lamp including shade is 58cm
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Springbok Skin and Black Springbok Horn Base Lamp © Phases Africa
Springbok Skin and Black Springbok Horn Base: The total height of this lamp including the shade is 58cm.
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Porcupine thick quill shade with a natural polished Kudu Horn and Leather base @phasesafrica.com

 

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2019 African Decorating Ideas

2019 African decorating ideas by Phases Africa Furniture & Decor PTY (ltd), a company that has been in the high-end African furniture & home decor import and export business since 2001. In today’s post we have selected just one or two example of product from some of our categorizes; African furniture, lighting fixtures, African decor and handmade area rugs and African art decor, that have been trending in 2019 and will continue to do so into 2020 and beyond.

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100% Karakul Wool Rugs Hand-Woven in South Africa

african style lgithing

Cow-bone chandelier available in all shapes and sizes, as well as wall sconces

Entrance table Tree Root 700H x 1000 x 1300mm

Matzeri Wood Roots Dining Room or Entry Table Base – 1300 x 1000 x 700 H

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Eucalptus Wood Hand Chiseled Bowl – Size: 440mmW x 380mmH

Brownish wool hand-woven Area Rug

100% Wool Area Rug available in a variety of natural colours

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400mmH x 300mmDiam Wood Turned Stools

wood turnings, burnet finish, scorched finished wood turnings, black furniture, side tables, scorched wood furniture, burnt finish wood furniture

Side-Tables Wood Turnings With Burnt Finish (scorched finished.)

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African Yoruba Kings beaded crown from Nigeria

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 of the Kingdom.

african decor│nupe stools

African hand carved and painted Nupe Stools

Nupe Stools Nigeria Africa

Nigerian Nupe stools hand carved and painted

African Furniture│organic wood stump side-tables natural

African Furniture│organic wood stump side-tables natural

African Furniture│white wood stump side-tables

African Furniture│white wood stump side-tables

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side tables – wood turned stools

African Furniture Solid Oakwood Scorched Bench

Solid Oak Bench 2 Meters with Burnt (scorched finish)

Matzeri Tree Root Table Base 1300 x 1000

Matzeri Tree Root Table Base 1300 x 1000

glass chadelier handmade

Recycled Glass Chandelier handmade

glsdd chandelier

Recycled glass chandelier made by hand

African Furniture

Wood Turnings Scorched – 40 by 50 cm H

Hand-Beaded Baskets From Yoruba Tribe - Nigeria

Hand-Beaded Baskets From Yoruba Tribe – Nigeria

African Wood Carved Kalao Bird

African Wood Carved Kalao Bird

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African Yoruba beaded armchairs

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wood slatted dining room, kitchen , lounger and bar stool

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African Furniture Design & Home Decor

A passion for the design masterpieces being turned out by the new wave of home furnishing designers in South Africa – and an appreciation for the transitional arts and crafts of African culture – led to the opening of Phases Africa Furniture and Decor PTY (Ltd.) an online store that ships Internationally.  The Phases Africa collection is an exciting mix of the “old” – Africa’s rich tribal and European colonial heritage – combined with the “new” – sophisticated custom-made furniture and home furnishings from some of South Africa’s leading contemporary designers.  To view our cover image as well as, our below lounger colour options click here

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Plantation wood Deck Chair (lounger) with traditional South African Riempie style handwoven seating.

African Furniture

wood and leather upholstered chair side view

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Lighting Fixtures – Wabi-Sabi- Stainless Steel – Clay Beaded Chandeliers

African Furniture Solid Oakwood Scorched Bench

African Furniture Solid Oakwood Scorched Bench

Seating│Contemporary Wooden Chairs

Seating│Contemporary Wooden Chairs

Sourcing the goods for Phases Africa collection is an ongoing guest for that “special piece” of unusual beauty, fine workmanship and materials of the highest quality.  The result is Phases Africa – a collection that combines a sophisticated contemporary design aesthetic with the organic and timeless beauty of Africa’s tribal and colonial legacy.

Bamileke side tables

Bamileke side tables in raw state before sanding and polished, stained or painted

african furniture side tables

African Furniture, side tables, wood-turnings

african style lgithing

African style lighting fixture, cow-horn chandelier

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African furniture and lighting Porcupine Pendant Light Fixture

Contemporary African Furniture, Wood Turnings

Contemporary African Furniture, Wood Turnings

African Hand-carved Door

African Hand-carved Door

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African Ashanti Stools

African Furniture│tree root table base

organic tree root coffee table (without the glass top)

African Decor, Nupe Stools

African Nupe Stools

glass chandelier

Glass Chandelier

Wabi Sabi, Made In Africa

African Senufo Bed

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Oak wood & leather dining room chair

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Ostrich skin wing-back chairs

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Yellow Jarrah Dining Table

Indoor and Outdoor Wood Lounger

Indoor & Outdoor Wood Lounger

african decor old african grain pots

African decor old African grain pots

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African decor old African grain pots painted and turned upside down are ideal side tables.

cowhide mid modern century chair

Mid Modern Century Chair

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Recycled & Unique Light Fixtures

Phases Africa’s collection of sustainable recycled tumbled glass and unique light fixtures.  These one-of-a-kind light fixtures are made from recycled collectables including raw materials like hand rolled clay, naturally tumbled pieces of glass, driftwood, shells and found objects from Africa’s beaches and riverbeds.  There is almost no limit to size, shape, structure and texture  

Beaded Light Fixtures

Clay hand-rolled Beaded Lighting Fixtures

These handmade chandeliers were constructed using stoneware beads, that were hand rolled, and then beautifully draped onto brushed stainless steel frames.  As many as seven different sizes of cream coloured stoneware beads were used to drape these frames by hand.

Glass chandelier

Recycled glass chandeliers

unique lighting
Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
Recycled Lighting Fixture glass chandelier
Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
Recycled Glass lighting Fixtures
Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Unique Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Unique Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
Wood Fish Close-up Lighting Fixture
Wood Fish Close-up Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
This wood pendant light each piece meticulously hand-carved in the shape of a fish is the ideal light fixture for that beach-house or any house for that matter.
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Unique Light Fixtures by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com © Noleen Kutash
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com © Noleen Kutash
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Recycled Lighting Fixture by: Phasesafrica.com © Noleen Kutash

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