phases africa

//Tag: phases africa

African Decor

Phases Africa Furniture and Decor, has been a leader in the import and export business since 2001, bringing African decor as well as, luxury contemporary and traditional African furniture, unique lighting, handmade rugs and kid’s room decor to global markets, when it was not fashionable to do so.  This exuberant and eclectic mix of African products includes; elegant home furnishings as well as, one-of-a-kind handmade tribal home décor sourced from all over Africa.

Our company works directly with one of the Congo’s leading African textile sources in Kuba as well as, Shoow cloth. Hand-carved Colonial Figures remain popular all over the world and our Colonial figures are available in a variety of different sizes, shapes, and colours.  You will also find, our equally popular hand-carved wooden Bamileke stools as well as, beds in our African decor category online.  In that same category there are wood Senufo stools in a variety of sizes, and wooden Senufo beds.  A large variety of African masks are offered for purchase and we would do our very best to locate that hard to find piece of art from anywhere in Africa.

African Decor 1

African Hand-Carved Wood Figures

African Decor 2

African Decor, Colonial Wood Carved Figures

African Decor

Bamilekes in raw state before sanded by hand and polished.

African Decor hand chiseled bowls

African Decor hand chiseled bowls

African Decor Hand Chiseled Bowls

Hand Chiseled Bowls Cork Oak – 330 W x 200 H mm

Senufo Stool

Senufo Stool

African Decor 3

African wall decor – Masks

African Decor

African Decor plank-mask African wall art

Africa Home Decor

Wall Art │African Home Decor │Bobo Plank Mask,

african-dogon-wood-ladders

African Totem Poles, Wood Plank Masks, Dogon Wood Ladders

Congo Kuba Cloth Antique Brodee

Congo Kuba Cloth Antique Brodee

Antique Brodee Kuba Cloth

Antique Brodee Kuba Cloth

In post – Renaissance Europe, Africa’s Kuba and Showa Cloth as well as Antique Brodee, 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.

An interior decor idea from Africa:  Turn these old African grain pots upside down and paint them, as seen below, they make ideal occasional or side-tables indoor or outdoors.  The old pots left as is – can be used as pot planters also inside or outside.

African Decor

This old African grain pot

african decor - old african grain pots painted

African Decor – old African grain pots painted and turned upside down to be used as side tables.

African Home Decor grass baskets, wall art

African Grass Baskets Used As Wall Art

Wood Chiseled Bowls

Wood Chiseled Bowls

African Ethiopian Wooden Bed

African Ethiopian Wooden Bed

African Dan Chairs

African Dan Chairs

African pygmy bed

African pygmy bed

Save

2019-11-01T04:22:02+00:00

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.)

African Decor 4

African Furniture Design – Image: Chinzombo Zambi Safari Lodge

Tree Root Tables

Tree Root Table – Sustainably Sourced African Hardwood

tree root tables

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.

African Decor 5

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

African Decor 6

5 Wood Turned Stools 2 Different Sizes and Heights.

African Decor 7

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.

African-wood-turned-side-tables-stools

5 Styles – African-wood-turned-side-tables

African Decor 8

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.