Nambili is the Zulu word for "twelve"- my age when I first discovered African textiles, the Eameses and my love of chairs. I started House of Nambili as a small home-based business offering custom pillows and other soft furnishings that incorporated cultural aesthetics. *pandemic* that one product led to my relocation and my business grew - allowing me to expand the services offered to include upholstery, furniture repair, and furniture flipping services. With my attention to detail and dedication to customer satisfaction, I will continue to build a strong reputation in my community as a reliable and trustworthy resource for furniture restoration and rejuvenation.
At House of Nambili, we are committed to sustainability and environmentally-friendly practices. We source materials from local and eco-friendly suppliers whenever possible, and we make an effort to minimize our impact on the environment in all aspects of our business.
Our personalized approach to customer service sets us apart from other upholstery businesses. We take the time to get to know our clients and understand their vision for their furniture, ensuring that every piece we work on is a true reflection of their style and taste.
We are proud to be a woman and minority owned business and believe that this diverse perspective is an asset that allows us to bring a fresh and unique perspective to the furniture restoration industry.