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Yellow South African Throw Pillow With Decorative Geometric Designs - Home Interior Design Themes

DYNAMIC AFRICA — Unique furniture designs by Senegalese artist... #furniture #globalstyle #HomeDecor

Unique furniture designs by Senegalese artist...

Contemporary Design Africa - Featured designer: Ebony and Wooden bench by Nulangee Design, Senegal. Image courtesy David Crookes for Design Network Africa. Modern furniture made in Africa

Find Out Why This Travel-Inspired Interiors Trend Will Be Big In 2017

Find Out Why This Travel-Inspired Interiors Trend Will Be Big In 2017

Cultured Home - Surya's new trend 'Kuba' is inspired by the evocative colors & artisanal designs of African tribal textiles.

Musee Robert Tatin

this would be so cool to do on the stairs to the Art Room at school! Staircase by French artist Robert Tatin

A hand dyed mud cloth used as a table cloth. Handmade using an all-natural dying process in Mali, west Africa.

Hand-Dyed African Mudcloth Blanket

WYN Brand South African Wine Packaging by Brittany Albertson | Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency & Inspiration Gallery

WYN Brand South African Wine Packaging by Brittany Albertson

WYN Brand South African Wine Packaging by Brittany Albertson | Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency & Inspiration Gallery

Graphic Africa exposition - London design week || Photo : Karl Rogers

Le design africain à l'honneur à travers le programme DNA

Design Network Africa will be exhibiting at Platform Gallery Kings Road, London September 2013 Photo Karl Rogers Styled by Cathy O'Clery

A beautiful room incorporating ethnic African decor elements.  Great light and colors.

35 Exotic African Style Ideas For Your Home

1492040075 36 35 Exotic African Style Ideas For Your Home 35 Exotic African Style Ideas For Your Home

The African-themed packaging gave L’Occitane an opportunity to remind consumers of their products’ much celebrated key ingredient -– shea butter, the ivory-colored fat extracted from the nut of the West African shea tree and used in fine cosmetics, chocolate and medicines.

The African-themed packaging gave L’Occitane an opportunity to remind consumers of their products’ much celebrated key ingredient -– shea butter, the ivory-colored fat extracted from the nut of the We (Ingredients Design)

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