African Art Toronto

AfriMod in Toronto… accent furniture, large clay pottery, natural fiber rugs, large comforter-size African baskets, etc.

African Art Toronto

Handmade, solid wood African coffee-tables. These are one-of-a-kind statement pieces that blend seamlessly into any modern or contemporary decor. The hand-carved bas-relief patterns and images add sophistication, texture and interest.

Can a modern global home decor be really complete without a piece of hand-crafted African stool or accents? Individual artisans painstakingly carve each of these pieces by hand from solid chunks of indigenous wood -- mahogany, afara, ebony, mango, iroko, etc.

African Art Toronto

A selection of Bamileke stools, Nupe stools and Dogon stools from West Africa. These hand-carved African stools add rustic charm and sophistication to any decor.

African Art Toronto

Hand-carved African accents: wooden chest, collapsible stool and wooden floor vase.

African baskets add organic texture and colorful patterns to your modern eclectic decor. Each basket is made by hand with natural fibers and up-cycled materials to create unique forms and interesting patterns.

African Art Toronto

These very large lidded African storage baskets are simply eye-catching in any setting. They also make elegant storage baskets in bedrooms, children's rooms and even laundry rooms. They can accommodate a playroom full of toys or may be used as storage for comforters, spare blankets or towels. Fit-in easily with any decor and are excellent additions to any home or condo apartment. Sizes range 19 to 25 inches wide.

African Art Toronto

Tea-Harvester baskets are woven and used for tea harvesting in the misty hills of the Mambilla Plateau in West Africa. These baskets exude a rustic charm that conjures up images of freshly picked tea leaves. Work well in any eclectic decor.

True one-of-a-kind pieces. A collection of authentic African pots in various sizes and shapes. These pots work beautifully as indoor accents and can also be used on the patio or in the garden.

African Art Toronto

These large pots measure an impressive 15 inches wide and 16 inches tall, creating impact in whichever room they are placed. Earthy tones, classy embossments and incisions add interest and texture to these classic pieces.

African Art Toronto

These smaller pieces of pottery also exhibit intriguing embossments and incisions and come in a variety of shapes, sizes, designs and patterns.

African Art Toronto

These are vintage Nupe pots. Ideal for serious pottery admirers and collectors. These large pots were acquired from to a family in the village of Giri (outside of Abuja, Nigeria) where they were used for water storage.

The unique double volume pot is enhanced with brass accents and was acquired from Adamawa, Nigeria).

Expert weaving and high-impact patterns are on display in these handwoven natural fiber rugs.

African Art Toronto

These round 4 ft wide rugs add natural texture and abstract patterning to your floors. Perfect accent rugs for your home or small-space condo living.

African Art Toronto

The art of handwoven rugs by African artisans. Painstakingly weaving intricate colors and patterns into everyday floor coverings.

Pyro-etched gourds can be charming, unexpected and delightful forms of three-dimensional wall decor for that well-traveled look.

African Art Toronto

Traditional women artisans etch patterns with red-hot knives on hollowed-out dry gourd halves. Each piece depicts age-old abstract patterns and images of flora and fauna.

African flat baskets: excellent as wall decor for that interesting statement wall… or use as tableware. One thing is for certain, - it's difficult to choose just one.

African Art Toronto

A wide array of patterns are available to mix and match for unique modern global wall decor. These flat baskets are rustic and cute, with playful and understated charm. Versatile as tableware as well.