HOME DECOR GIFTING IDEAS
The bright colors, striking patterns and high quality craftsmanship found throughout the 54kibo collection are wonderful home decor gifting ideas. Not to mention the cultural influence, which makes our curated selection unique and memorable gifting options. We asked some of our product designers for their top home decor gifting ideas. Read below for top picks by Lisa Hunt, Faty Ly, Malene Barnett and Candice Lawrence.
HOME DECOR GIFTING IDEAS: FURNITURE & LIGHTING
"The Ndebele Woven Green Pendant Light has been on my wishlist since I first discovered it and 54kibo about a year ago. I’ve never seen anything like it before, all the elements work so perfectly together and I can imagine it being a conversation starter installed in our dining room." - Lisa Hunt
"I love the woven pendant lights. They are contemporary, feminine-looking, and authentic at the same time. I love the fact that they’re handmade so a lot of love and craftsmanship was put into them. I already purchased 2 for some of my design projects!" - Marie Burgos
HOME DECOR GIFTING IDEAS: DECOR ACCENTS
"The Black Cascade kilim rug, it was the first cotton design we produced and had those thick yellow tassels that gave it richness and a truly unique look...The sisal baskets! Whenever I see them, I relate to Africa, which is the main reason we joined 54kibo. We felt that the mission to combine the rich African origin crafts in one place is an amazing idea to get the different vibes of Africa and the diversity of its people." - Ibrahim Shams
"Ceramic textile artist Malene Barnett is another “fan of handmade textiles,” and pointed us to this throw with a contrasting geometric pattern that is hand-spun and loomed by local artisans in Ethiopia. Aside from loving it’s made-by-hand nature, Barnett appreciates that the blanket is “lightweight and has a minimalist design." - NYMAG The Strategist's 27 Best Throw Blankets According to Interior Designers
Explore the site for home decor gifting ideas and incorporate these directional cues from contemporary African designers we adore.