African Home Decor

African Home Decor

While African antiquities can impart a hands-off austerity to a room, modern African home decor invites involvement. Textures, colors and functions center on bringing motion and life to our spaces. The partnerships behind our products celebrate the uplifting nature of fair trade, so that adding handmade African decor to your home makes your principles beautifully palpable.
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African Home Decor

Slogging through an undergrowth of predictable patterns and drab decorations, you part the bushes to reveal a rare spectacle indeed. Safari and African home decor lies in wait for you. Basking in earthen colors and sheaves of animal print, this decorating theme is not for the faint of heart. Peruse our safari and African decor for a ferocious focal point.
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African Home Decor

Our African Home Decor collection consists of authentic and high quality collectibles and decor that were handmade in the continent of Africa. All of the products that we sell come from sources that are Fair Trade Certified to ensure that the artisans are justly compensated for their work. These items are another perfect way for you to bring the beauty, tradition and culture of Africa, the motherland, into your home. Enjoy and Turn Your House Into A Home Today!
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If you’ve always fancied the sleek splendor of a safari and African themed bedroom, why not explore our bedding? Safari-style bedding features neutral colors offset by zebra stripes, leopard spot rosettes and other animal prints. Throw a vivid, solid color pillow into the mix for an unexpected pop, or accent your nightstand with a fierce-looking lamp. Discover bedding that conveys your favorite theme! Safari and African home decor can pack a visual punch while still appearing quite restful; simply pair animal prints with neutral bedding components.
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Safari and African home decor will unleash your wild streak! Feisty animal prints, tribal motifs and tawny neutrals combine for a fierce decorating theme. Chart a course through our safari-themed wall decor, furniture and more.
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On the prowl for some savory furnishings? Safari furniture will satisfy a craving of herd-size proportions. Ground your home in a natural setting with wooden textures, faux leather and woven rattan. Drape a throw blanket over a bench upholstered in cheetah print, and stash your subtropical treasures in a chest of woven drawers. Safari and African furniture brings natural textures to your space. Plus, lay a gorgeous foundation for furniture with area rugs. Leopard print rugs, in particular, will prowl along your floors for a sleek and bold look. Search our safari and African rugs for zebra stripe motifs, tribal-inspired patterns and much more.
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Finally, sweep your interior design binoculars toward the kitchen. African and safari kitchen decor features a menagerie of chair cushions and table runners for your dining room table. Crown the entire arrangement with a wild centerpiece from our home accents, and you’ll draw quite the colorful crowd to your own little oasis!
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Artwork draws its inspiration from African art styles and Serengeti scenes. Evoke a big cat peering through savanna grass with canvases depicting leopard, lion and tiger eyes. You can grace your walls with the stylized appeal of tribal masks, or go for a more realistic touch with lifelike sculptures. Safari and African wall art also includes metal wall sculptures, animal tapestries and more. Conjure an authentic look with our safari art.
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Featured Artist Victor Yao Delanyo Hand-carved wood masks 5.0 (artist rating) View full collection Write a review “My works have been exhibited in the United States, as well as in Germany, Belgium, France and Australia.” “My name is Victor Yao Delanyo; I was born in January 28, 1966 in the Volta Region of Ghana. I completed my elementary school education in 1982. Due to financial difficulties I could not further my education, so I joined my brother-in-law who was a master carver, specializing in traditional African objects. I have been working independently for the past ten years and I am proud to mention that my works have been exhibited in the United States, as well as in Germany, Belgium, France and Australia. “I work with ten experienced carvers. We acquire a type of hardwood known as sese for carving masks. The image is first sketched on paper, and then given to the apprentices to carve. We chip at the wood to get the desired figure or shape, then use sandpaper and polish to achieve a smooth object of good quality. I use red and black emulsion paint for the finishing. Other materials used to decorate and preserve our works are metal plates and sometimes clay.”
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Victor Yao Delanyo Hand-carved wood masks 5.0 (artist rating) View full collection Write a review “My works have been exhibited in the United States, as well as in Germany, Belgium, France and Australia.” “My name is Victor Yao Delanyo; I was born in January 28, 1966 in the Volta Region of Ghana. I completed my elementary school education in 1982. Due to financial difficulties I could not further my education, so I joined my brother-in-law who was a master carver, specializing in traditional African objects. I have been working independently for the past ten years and I am proud to mention that my works have been exhibited in the United States, as well as in Germany, Belgium, France and Australia. “I work with ten experienced carvers. We acquire a type of hardwood known as sese for carving masks. The image is first sketched on paper, and then given to the apprentices to carve. We chip at the wood to get the desired figure or shape, then use sandpaper and polish to achieve a smooth object of good quality. I use red and black emulsion paint for the finishing. Other materials used to decorate and preserve our works are metal plates and sometimes clay.”
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“My works have been exhibited in the United States, as well as in Germany, Belgium, France and Australia.” “My name is Victor Yao Delanyo; I was born in January 28, 1966 in the Volta Region of Ghana. I completed my elementary school education in 1982. Due to financial difficulties I could not further my education, so I joined my brother-in-law who was a master carver, specializing in traditional African objects. I have been working independently for the past ten years and I am proud to mention that my works have been exhibited in the United States, as well as in Germany, Belgium, France and Australia. “I work with ten experienced carvers. We acquire a type of hardwood known as sese for carving masks. The image is first sketched on paper, and then given to the apprentices to carve. We chip at the wood to get the desired figure or shape, then use sandpaper and polish to achieve a smooth object of good quality. I use red and black emulsion paint for the finishing. Other materials used to decorate and preserve our works are metal plates and sometimes clay.”
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“My name is Victor Yao Delanyo; I was born in January 28, 1966 in the Volta Region of Ghana. I completed my elementary school education in 1982. Due to financial difficulties I could not further my education, so I joined my brother-in-law who was a master carver, specializing in traditional African objects. I have been working independently for the past ten years and I am proud to mention that my works have been exhibited in the United States, as well as in Germany, Belgium, France and Australia. “I work with ten experienced carvers. We acquire a type of hardwood known as sese for carving masks. The image is first sketched on paper, and then given to the apprentices to carve. We chip at the wood to get the desired figure or shape, then use sandpaper and polish to achieve a smooth object of good quality. I use red and black emulsion paint for the finishing. Other materials used to decorate and preserve our works are metal plates and sometimes clay.”
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Whatever they are, they are beautiful, and as Houzz contributor Charmean Neithart hilariously pointed out, the dog matches. I digress. The point is, you can hang a collection of many types of things: hats, purses, African baskets ….