Exotic And Chic Interior With African Print

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Yemi Onibiyo: Creative Director of House of Arike. A London based brand.
Yemi Onibiyo: Creative Director of House of Arike. A London based brand.
Yemi Onibiyo: Creative Director of House of Arike. A London based brand.

The prominence of African print in today’s fashion in Africa and internally has given fabric a strong footing and it is now being used in very creative ways to design not just clothes, but home interiors.

Known as African Print or wax, Ankara, Kente, batik, and several other names in Africa, today’s designers have introduced the fabrics into interior designs using it for making chair covers, bed sheets, pillows cases, lampshades and several other pieces.

To get some inspiration on how to introduce some “Africanness” into your interior decoration, below are more examples of how you can blend the fabrics to create sophisticated designs for your home.

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Do you see yourself incorporating any of these African print designs in your interior?

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