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Made in Africa Home Decor

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Ivory wool placemat - Bongiwe Placemat

2LP5370

R 530.00

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Charcoal wool placemat - Itafile Placemat

2LP5371

R 600.00

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Karoo Comfort Stone Scatter Cushion, 60cm x 60cm

2LP6683

R 1,299.00

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Karoo Comfort Tumeric Scatter Cushion, 60cm x 60cm

2LP6682

R 1,299.00

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Karoo Comfort Stone Scatter Cushion, 40cm x 60cm

2LP6681

R 1,099.00

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Fine Line Scatter Cushion

2LP8400

R 1,169.00

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Layered Scatter Cushion in Ivory

2LP8402

5.0 (1)

R 1,489.00

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Layered Scatter Cushion in Charcoal

2LP8401

R 1,489.00

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Squared Scatter Cushion in Charcoal

R 1,059.00

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Squared Scatter Cushion in Ivory

2LP8403

R 1,059.00

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Tribal Lines Gourd

2LP2223

R 1,559.00

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Pebble Gourd

2LP2222

R 1,239.00

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Antique Khoi Pot

2LP2224

R 1,469.00

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Striped Ukhamba

2LP2221

R 799.00

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Eclipse Ukhamba

2LP2220

R 739.00

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Curly Mohair Bowl

2LP2590

5.0 (1)

R 1,489.00

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Chic Fusion brings you unique hand-felted bowls, gourds and scatter cushions crafted the traditional way by local craftswomen, using all-natural, ethically sourced wool and silk fibres.

These out-of-the-ordinary home décor pieces are designed by local Cape Town artist Razaan Jakoet, and then hand-felted, dyed and shaped by women from disadvantaged communities, who are trained in the art of felting at the Woodstock studio.

The result is gorgeous felted ukhambas, gourds, bowls and scatter cushions in pure merino, karakul and alpaca wool, with silk fibres for texture and mohair for whimsy, in palettes ranging from soft neutrals to vibrant splashes.

Not just beautiful and unusual, Chic Fusion products are also ethical and environmentally friendly. All wool is sourced from non-mulesed sheep in the Eastern Cape, and the dying and felting process uses rainwater, and gas stoves for reduced CO2 emission.