Bring your home right on trend with our line-up of exotic furniture finds.

Pilgrimage Spaces

To say we’re obsessed with the furniture from Pilgrimage Spaces would be putting it mildly. Each item is lovingly handcrafted by skilled artisans, who work with centuries-old skills to create one-of-a-kind pieces.

Cinta hand-carved console – R10 800

Senang hati Bali cabinet – R12 500

Weylandts

Weylandts’ Indian furniture collection is testimony to the time-honoured skills of the artisan. Its Indian almirahs come in a range of sizes and vivid colours, and are show-stoppers in any home.

Indian Almirah – From R8 995

Blue Indian Almirah – R4 995

OKHA Interiors

South African artist and designer Atang Tshikare’s recent collaboration with OKHA has resulted in the Metsing table, a limited-edition piece of furniture (or should we say art?) with an unusual organic form. Atang is renowned for his African emblematic style of graffiti, graphic design and illustration, and is an ever-evolving South Africa creator.

Metsing table – Price on request

@home

@home’s range of side tables includes two nature-inspired pieces, which will add texture and interest to any contemporary living room. Wood and metal work beautifully together to create a luxe, yet pared-down decor look.

Lona side table – R899

Mumba side table – R999

Trade Secret

Embracing the fundamental ideals of the modernism design movement, Trade Secret is cutting excess and upping the practicality-of-materials factor to create its new Modernism Collection. Cleaner lines matched with an enthusiastic mix of materials, including repurposed timber and hand-brushed metal, make for a highly textured and layered aesthetic.

Pine desk – R8 750

Kitchen dining table – R9 995

Amatuli

This list would not be complete without mentioning Amatuli, which is a veritable treasure trove of exotic finds. Amatuli doesn’t have a catalogue of products per se, but you can visit its warehouse and browse through hundreds of unique pieces of furniture and objets d’art.