For the greatest in African interiors, look no further than these 5 stylemakers.
Nigerian-German interior designer and home décor expert, Eva Sonaike, has a perfect stake in the growing global interest in African design, textiles and products.
Taking the world by storm, her aim is to position the ‘African’ aesthetic in the global textiles and interior industry as part of luxury interior and lifestyle brands.
Ethiopian, Brooklyn based designer, Hana Getachew started Bolé Road Textiles out of a desire to merge her love of Ethiopian handwoven fabrics with her career in interior design.
Her affinity for vibrant colors and graphic patterns finally merged with her upbringing infused with traditional Ethiopian textiles, and Bolé Road Textiles was born.
Most known for his interior collaborations with luxury knitwear designer, MaXhosa by Laduma in 2014, Mlondolozi Hempe is a creative in architecture that explores design by tapping into numerous avenues of spaces.
He not only curates product and furniture design, but also spatial planning for exhibitions, design events and interiors.
Exclusively designed and made in South Africa, Nthabi Taukobong started Ditau Interiors to provide an exclusive design service to a niche clientele, she likes to call ‘barefoot luxury’.
An interior designer based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Nthabi has a luxurious, yet effortlessly functional design style and a strong focus on creating liveable interiors created with an African touch.
Founded in 1996 in the heart of Franschhoek, South Africa, La Grange Interiors was created by Sumari Krige.
Inspired by effortlessly blends old with new, classic and contemporary style with easy, elegant living, her brand provides soft furnishings in 100% linens to timeworn antiques, custom designed wooden furniture, lamps, accessories, glassware and interior design services