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The Versatility of Traditional African Fabric Fall Colors

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If you are looking for a way to brighten up your home or refresh your wardrobe, consider African fabrics. These richly-colored textiles made from durable materials are making huge waves not only in the world of fashion but in interior design as well.

African fabric fall colors range from the rich, deep hues of the African horizon during autumn - indigos, purples, and dark blues; to the yellowish-brown shades of leaves and trees. Each fabric is carefully woven on looms from locally harvested bast (a woody fiber), cotton or raffia palm. You can also opt for woven silk or wool. They are then dyed with different colors and patterns.

You can use them for decorating your home or sprucing up your wardrobe.

Decorating with African Fabrics

Modern interior design is currently experiencing a shift. Modern and contemporary designs are now being restyled to include African textile fabrics. They are now being tapped by interior designers for their unique and colorful designs. Trust these textiles to provide your home with a warm, earthy glow whatever the season is.

In kitchens, African fabric patterns can be used as tablecloths, place mats, table runners, curtains, seat covers or even as well decors. Add some indoor plants, use appropriate lighting you'll have a rustic, cozy kitchen all year long.

Awe your guests with an African-inspired living room. Use African textile fabrics for your sofas, divans, curtains, throw pillows and table covers. Throw in a furry carpet, some good antique African jars and artifacts, indoor plants and you'll have a great-looking room that your guests will definitely envy.

You can even use African pattern fabrics to transform your children's bedroom into a safari. Use these fabrics as bed sheets, blankets, pillow cases, drapes, etc. Hang some vines and jungle animal decals to complete the look. Your kids will surely love it; you'll hardly see them running around your home.

Spruce Up Your Wardrobe with African Textile Fabrics

Yes, African fabrics are so versatile, you can even wear them. Even top designers are using them for:

1. Gowns, blouses and dresses. It used to be that African fabrics were used for traditional celebrations. But since fashion designers have explored the many possibilities of this material, hordes of women are adding them to their wardrobe.

2. Summer wear. African fabrics are soft and breathable, making them ideal for blouses, pant suits, shorts and other hot weather wear.

3. Accessories. African designs are great for head ties, purses, bracelets, and more.

Renew the look of your home and wardrobe with African fabrics today.


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