At Acacia Wood Carvings, we specialize in handcrafted African home decor, including unique fine African art, authentic African tribal masks, African weaponry, African statues, African jewelry, handcrafted and beautiful African mudcloths, fine African art and many other interesting and unique decorative products from all over Africa. There is a full menu of our product categories on the upper left labeled “Products” or click here to see them in all in a grid.
Our products are sourced from many different African countries enabling us to stock a large and varied range of traditional and contemporary African Artwork. Most of our pieces come directly from the villages of Africa, which allows us to provide you with authentic home decorations at an affordable price. These pieces will bring incredibly unique character and charm to your African home decor. At the same time, you will be supporting the local African artisans that create these wonderful pieces of art. Please take your time and enjoy your trip through Africa!
Korhogo Cloth Painting$64.99 Add to cart
Asoke Fabric – Choose Your Own Piece$64.99 Add to cart
Congolese Pygmy Cloth – Rectangle$64.99 Add to cart
Congolese Pygmy Cloth – Square$64.99 Add to cart
Baoule Fabric$64.99 Add to cart
Antique Indigo Fabric – Design$64.99 Add to cart
Antique Indigo Fabric – 5′$64.99 Add to cart
Korhogo Painting: X-Large$64.99 Add to cart
Recent Blog Posts
- African Mud Cloth Fashion: a Hot Style Trend (5/6/2017) - African mud cloth, formally known as bogolanfini, has long been a part of fashion in Africa. Thanks to Malian fashion designer Chris Seydou, it has become a huge trend in fashion around the world in recent years. If you’re looking to update your wardrobe and be truly fashionable, you might want to consider adding some […]
- The Importance of Authentic Mud Cloth (4/25/2017) - African mud cloth, known in Mali as mud cloth, is a popular local product. It’s made of cotton fabric that is then dyed with fermented mud, lending the rugs a range of earthy tones. It has been used in Malian culture for centuries and is popularly associated with the country, with the cloth being typically […]