Indego Africa’s Senufo Stool Is What Your Home Is Missing

So timeless.

Indego Africa’s Senufo Stool Is What Your Home Is Missing
Courtesy of Indego Africa.

We love when home décor effortlessly blends high-style and timeless craftsmanship. Which is why we turn to Indego Africa’s array of beautifully designed pieces that are ethically produced in Rwanda and Ghana and supply fair-wage jobs and opportunities to working women in those areas. It’s pretty much a mainstay in the space, respectively, and has become widely known for its Instagram-worthy woven baskets, mudcloth accessories, and more.

Well, the New York-based line has released a new product that you’re going to want to add into your home right away. Enter, it’s large Senufo stool ($450)— a traditional African seat carved from one piece of wood.

"We were so excited to launch these mini stools mainly because of their simple design and important story of African culture," creative director Deidre King tells us.

Indego Africa’s Senufo Stool Is What Your Home Is Missing
Courtesy of Indego Africa.

“After seeing the positive response from our customers and their requests for a bigger version, we decided to expand the design to offer a taller option. I love how these stools make a statement in both design and craftsmanship. I can’t get over the fact that they are hand-carved from one block of wood. It’s so impressive."

Whether you're looking for a creative way to display your plants or fancy a unique side table — this is your chance. Get 'em before they're gone.

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