Siafu Home

The story of Siafu is one of collaboration and tradition materialized in colorful pieces for the table. The brand was born out of a friendship between Gladys Macharia, a Nairobi-based designer seeking to preserve Kenyan craftsmanship practices, and Niccola Milnes, a Canadian Vermonter with a passion for homewares who once called Nairobi home. Siafu, meaning “ant” in Swahili, epitomizes the role of women in community building. Working with Kenyan artisans and responsibly-sourced materials, the brand embraces slowness with an approach that is thoughtful and rooted in sustainability.

Siafu Home supports

  • Recycled Materials
  • Natural Materials
  • Heritage Craft Preservation
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Siafu Home

Community, partnership, and working together for the greater good are at the heart of Siafu’s ethos. Using materials that are either recycled, upcycled, or will eventually return to the earth, the brand creates vibrant designs that will foster meaningful conversations across tables.