**I don’t know where to start with sculptor Constance E. Swaniker’s never ending talents. Ms Swaniker and team at Accents-Art, can it seems -do anything. High-end shop fixtures, beautiful garden furniture, sculptured pieces for indoors and outdoors, trendy mirrors, statement furniture for any environments, burglar proof window and door screens, exotic lanterns, candle holders, statement gates, commissioned works of art, fabulous balustrades, children’s furniture and much more can all be commissioned. Using, “a unique combination of exotic hard woods, wrought iron, cane and glass with an emphasis on exclusivity”, team Accents-Art’s pieces offer interior connoisseurs a host of creative possibilities. For more information visit: http://www.accents-art.com/
Accents & Art Limited is a fully Ghanaian owned company founded in May, 2000 by Constance E. Swaniker as a sole proprietorship and registered as a limited liability company in November, 2009.
Through our office, production facility and showroom located in Bubiashie, a suburb of Accra, we have strived over the years to realize our clients’ aspirations using a unique combination of exotic hard woods, wrought iron, cane and glass with an emphasis on exclusivity.
With our select group of artisans, we pay careful attention to minute details, giving our pieces a quality look and feel comparable to global standards.
Over the past eleven years, our journey has been one of creative exploration towards satisfying the very real Ghanaian appetite for quality yet affordable practical home and office furnishing.
Today, we have established ourselves as a symbol of timeless craftsmanship with an unlimited selection of traditional and contemporary design choices, high-end finishes, along with top of the line organization, customer service and quality.
After eight years of being in existence, AA has been a household name; we have carved a niche in metal art and wrought iron furniture in the industry. With finesse and style, we have created a whole new experience of wrought iron and art in Ghana; our products speak for themselves.
In 2007 and 2008, we were featured on various TV programmes – Reuters News Agency, MNet’s Studio 53, TV Africa’s Obaa Mbo and TV3’s Today’s Woman & M’Asem. This has served as a means of selling ourselves to the rest of the world and at the same time inspiring the youth as well as up-and-coming entrepreneurs. We have also been featured in local newspapers (Graphic Showbiz & The Daily Graphic), international newspapers – Business & Financial Times - and magazines.
In August 2008, we received an award for ‘Outstanding Industrial Metal furniture firm in Ghana’ by the Women Artists in Africa (wAi Africa).
As part of its social responsibility, AA organizes periodic clean-ups and tree-planting exercises in neighboring communities and schools. In addition to this, every year AA takes on students from the tertiary institutions to provide them with a hands-on experience of their courses.