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Saturday, September 8, 2012

African Prints in Interior Design

Eva Sonaike
Eclectic Chair - H is for Home
Atelier Africa
Designer: Bismark Yaw Osei; Contact: Svenja Heinrich (Dakar Kids)
Binta Armchair
Cultural Toast
Africa Mud Cloth Chair
Banke Kuku
Designs by Fara Creation Dakar; Contact: Svenja Heinrich (Dakar Kids)
Josef Wingback - Anthropologie
Patrice Alexis-George

After discovering the Josef Wingback chairs by Anthropologie, I wanted to see what else is out there regarding furniture and African Prints. This is a selection of my top finds. I really like the mud cloth chair and the colorful, eclectic ones from H is for Home best. Also the leather patchwork designs are pretty awesome.

Which piece can you see in your apartment?

14 comments :

  1. this is a great post! i love how versatile african fabric can be xxx

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  2. Ahhhh! (picking myself up off the floor) This is what I live for!! You have officially made my day. I focus on resourcing Africentric products/ materials for clients so this post is pure cat-nip for me. Sending you a hug THANK YOU.
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  3. Thank you ladies, I am happy to hear that you like the post.

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  4. Love these prints, really vibrant colours and unique patterns x

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  5. I really like the chair from Patrice Alexis-George. The colour is very stunning. The cushions on the couch/sofa are very pretty as well.

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  6. Ooh I really like the Mud Cloth chair! The contrast between the fabric and the style of the chair is awesome.

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  7. Great finds! I like them all especially the woven chairs by Svenja Heinrich.

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  8. ahhhh I think I love everything... gonna try a DIY maybe to make the pillows

    Helene
    Bon Vivant + a Budget

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  9. Lovely compilation, feeling that mudcloth chair as a reading chair in a corner of my living room :-)

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  10. Thanks for your feedback guys. I also love all of these designs. I need a much bigger apartment so that I can go crazy!

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  11. I am glade to see African print is branching off into furniture. There is so few of this out there. Keep hope alive.

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  12. Hi, I'm Heather, the woman behind Eclectic Chair. Thank you so much for featuring my African print reupholstered 1950s dining chairs. I love African fabric, I think it's the vitality of it, and also it has a lot of geometric qualities, and also it's a bit bonkers! I'm hoping to do another set in the more earthy colours of the plains. I love those chairs by Anthropologie. I think African print works really well with retro and vintage furniture from the 1960s, not quite sure why, but it looks cool. I don't have any African connection in my family, just a love of colour and pattern. I'll be following your posts via Facebook now, and you can follow me there too at ECLECTIC-CHAIR. Thanks :)

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  13. I just liked the chair from Patrice Alexis-George and Mud Cloth chair as well. The contrast between the fabric and the style of the chair is awesome.
    Celebrity Interior Designer

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  14. so creative and inspiring

    thanx for sharing this

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