The juju hat, also known as a tyn, is a type of West African head piece made of feathers tightly sewn onto a cloth-covered raffia base.
Worn primarily by prominent members of Cameroonian society, the feathers symbolize prosperity and a wealth of positive qualities associated with birds.
Each hat is painstakingly hand-made by a group of up to four artisans, and requires several days to complete.
Magnificent and impactful pieces of art, these head-pieces have exploded in the world of interior design, adding color, texture, and the hand of the artist to interiors around the world.
I love these examples of how fantastic one can look in a space.