Ethnic or African decoration increasingly has more acceptance in Western culture. There are many homes decorated in this style as exotic, extravagant and eye-catching. Day after day, the number of people who decided to merge the miscegenation and tribal rituals are increasing.
The craft, the living colors and the objects with original lines(figures) will be fundamental. Also, the basketry will not be able to happen(pass) unnoticed either. This one will include materials as well-known(familiar) as the wicker, the roots of the trees or the cane. With it we will achieve a rustic and traditional touch adapted to the times that they cover.
The natural elements are the most commonly used in this type of decoration. In addition, the small details are very important. The lounge is the ideal place to be infused with African features. The bedrooms can also have a wild touch.
The warm tones are the ones who have to prevail in the walls. The red, burgundy, albero and oranges will make you feel a little closer to the African Savannah. In contrast, the upholstery can be crude in tones. The skins of animals and the natural fibers are often used much, although I am not going to be precisely what inspire you to buy the first.
One of the key is that everything has been crafted with Africa such as teak or mahogany wood. Usually these materials coming from the neighboring continent are of great quality and boast of a design that is difficult to match. Finally, say that the incense and candles with scents of Africa will end up make your home look a bit more like one in Nairobi.
The house was designed by Robert M. Gurney. It’s located in