The popularity of African home decor reflects in the growth of this trend over the last three years. More interior designers and buyers longing to spice up and ad a sense of adventure to their homes have sought African decor items to fill that need.
For centuries the continent of Africa has produced inspired works of art people around the globe envy. For example, objects made from stone, clay, woods and other natural materials.
With the popularity of earth-friendly home decor products, African home accessories seem like a natural (pardon the pun) fit for today's demanding home decor market and consumer.
African decor produced from natural earth friendly materials continues to grow in popularity among interior designers. The most popular forms of African tribal decor is wood figurines, wood masks and animal wood carvings.
These African wood carvings often made from trees that replenish easily because of faster growth - as opposed to other trees. For example, trees such as bamboo, teak and other fast growing varieties.
Colorful African baskets of all sizes continue to grow as a popular home decor accessory, adding a splash of color and interest to any room. The popularity comes from the double benefits of a decorative piece that's also used for storage purposes.