Global Treasures

When it comes to my own personal decorating style I would say it is heavily influenced by tribal decor. Over the years I have collected an eclectic mix of items and I do mix them in with contemporary and traditional pieces, but I must admit I like my home to look like a cool collection of treasures from around the world. I guess the reason I like tribal decor so much because it consist of unique pieces that are not found usually in mainstream society. It helps me connect to a way of life so different than my own, but still rooted in my ancestral heritage. Now I do not want to cause any confusion. Tribal style is just a general term that pertains to all of the different cultures and tribes around the world from India, Asia, Latin America, Africa, Australia (Aborigine)  and even North America (Native American). I tried my best to list as many as I could off the top of my head so please forgive me for not listing them all. 

While browsing online trying to find products to feature today I came across some beautiful decorating images that exemplifies tribal style.

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Textile designer Madeline Weinrib's seating area in her home.

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A beautiful assortment of African masks. Designer/Source unknown.

Today's home set is featuring a few of my favorite finds inspired by different cultures around the world. All of these fabulous pieces would be a great addition to your home! 



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Comments

  1. I think Scandinavian describes my stile of decorating the best: Wood, lots of free space and clean design.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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    1. I do love the abundance of wood used in Scandinavian design and helps add warmth to the style.

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  2. I like Scandinavian interiors for some of the home. We have a Moroccan theme in our living room, and the other parts of our decor is more of a French-vintage and English cottage style. Great inspiration. I'm a bit obsessed with chandeliers, so I love that in the mix. Happy weekend./Madison
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    1. You sound like you have an eclectic decorating style. I love Moroccan design as well.My home has a little bit of everything thrown together. I do not adhere to one style in particular as long as it feels right it works for me.

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  3. The picture with the different masks on the wall reminds me of my own home, I have a corner wall that is decorated with 4 hand painted wooden masks too but mine is Asian inspired.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. I have a few Asian inspired masks as well. I have a really diverse collection of home items from everywhere but somehow it all works.

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  4. I tend to gravitate more towards Moroccan and Mediterranean inspired pieces. I just love mosaics and intricate details, I find them so captivating! That said, I love the idea of mixing in more traditional pieces with these vibes with more contemporary to create a nice fuse! Thanks so much for sharing, beauty, and I hope you have a great weekend!

    XO,

    Jalisa
    www.thestylecontour.com

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    1. Half of my home is decorated with Moroccan pieces. I have a few mosaic tables, candle holders and stools.

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  5. Love the rain drum! Such a unique piece :)

    Blessings,
    Edye | Http://gracefulcoffee.wordpress.com

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    1. I agree and it is an easy way to incorporate the trend into your home.

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  6. While I like tribal I think I'm drawn more to vintage pieces. These are very unique pieces and I wouldn't mind having them in my home.

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    1. If I was to buy vintage furniture I think I would navigate towards mid century modern.

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  7. Looks amazing!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Gil Zetbase
    http://gilzetbase.com/

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  8. I'm totally with you on tribal decor, it's timeless and it brings authenticity to a modern home deco. It's also very nice to get pieces like that while travelling, it's even more meaningful.
    I also love ethical home decor, I found this website (it's very pricey unfortunately) www.stfrank.com they have such a cool concept bringing forward handcrafted home decor products from all around the world.

    xx
    Aurelie | http://www.surface85.com

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    1. Great website. They are a bit pricey but have very cool pieces.

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  9. I love the sound of your personal home decor taste - tribal influences sound great, and especially when treasures have been collected from around the world. I feel that way about artwork in particular!

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    1. When you collect great pieces in your travels it is even better because of the memories and experience associated with it.

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  10. I like this etnic decor...I prefer arabic or baroque style anyway this is nice and interesting...and especially express personality and discerning taste!Kisses
    Sophia
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    1. I'm not into baroque as much but I do like Arabic pieces.

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  11. I love tribal decor....I was always fascinated by different cultures.
    great inspiration dear!

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    1. I agree. Different cultures are fascinating and inspiring.

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  12. These are awesome tribal pieces. Its so interesting and will surely show personality in any space in your home. I guess when it comes to decors, I'm a minimalist but I do like some pop of colors. Have a great day boo! xx

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    1. I do understand the appeal of minimalist style but I am more of a maximumlist. Lol.

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  13. Loving everything dear!
    Emma
    www.emmalovesfashion.com

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  14. Very nice! I like this post so much.

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  15. what a lovely post my dear
    i adore interior Posts, they are so inpisirng
    simply love it!
    lovely :)
    with love your AMELY ROSE

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