Go global with these African-inspired home wares

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  • Category
    Homes
  • Curated by
    Jennie Nunn

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Leni red vase, $149

CB2

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Mudcloth Sienna wall art, $218

Anthropologie at Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance and Plaza El Segundo

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Ugandan kitchen basket, $68

Meridian

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Tribal carved wood accent table, $170

Cost Plus World Market in Torrance

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Hand-carved ebonized wood vessels made in Mozambique, from $65

Dacha in Manhattan Beach

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South African ceremonial shell collar on stand, $285

Dacha in Manhattan Beach

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Mudcloth pillow XXV, $185

Meridian

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Porta ceramic centerpiece bowl, $229

CB2

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