Be a change-maker by showing these brands financial support and love.
When they say it begins at home, well that applies to creating a lovely design scheme and an anti-racist environment. By shifting a portion of your purchases to black-owned businesses, you are helping to uplift the Black community and making a statement about what you value and want to see more of going forward. And, of course, adding beauty to your home. We've compiled a directory of black-owned brands that focus on home decor—just a preliminary list to add to your classic rotation. And if you know of a furniture or decor brand owned by a Black person, we are listening.
Founded by interior designer Keita Turner, and named after her great-grandmothers Olivia and Geneva, this company sells gorgeous one-of-a-kind pillows made from vintage textiles.
Former tech professional, Kyle Lee is a ceramicist who uses bright colors on traditional forms.
Noticing a white space in the old world of paint, interior designer, Nicole Gibbons decided it was time to disrupt the sleepy industry. To eliminate the overwhelming experience of shopping for paint, this direct-to-consumer paint brand features an expertly curated range of colors, a technology to assist with the process, and pre-made paint swatches.
Created by designer Justina Blakeny, the Jungalow is known for its lush textures, vivid colors and bold prints.
Started by husband and wife interior design team, Bryan Mason and Jeanine Hayes, AphroChic focuses on the rich culture of black homes. What started as a small blog has expanded into a soulful lifestyle brand that includes a magazine, podcast, and home decor products.
A-List designer, Sheila Bridges, makes wallpaper, clothing, tabletop, umbrellas, and these super-chic Moroccan slippers in her iconic Harlem Toile print.
Add a beautiful basket to your home while supporting employment and fare wages for women of Senegal.
Started by a former photographer to provide the world with stunning accessories while funding a STEAM school for girls in Senegal. 20 percent of the proceeds of each product sold is put into an education fund.
This London based company has bold accessories with a West African vibe.
You can find anything from quirky pieces like a ceramic daschund wearing a striped sweater to more streamlined casegoods at the New Orleans shop.
DRESSING ROOMS INTERIORS STUDIO
Find one-of-a kind vintage pieces at this Charlotte-based boutique.
PEACE & RIOT
This Brooklyn-based boutique features everything from housewares to bed and bath accessories with a nod to the owners' Caribbean and African heritages.
NICOLE CROWDER UPHOLSTERY
Nicole Crowder Upholstery is a design studio based in Washington, DC that creates bespoke furniture for hotels, restaurants, design firms, and more. Crowder is also known for transforming classic pieces into works of art by reupholstering them in eclectic fabrics.
MODISH DECOR PILLOWS
Started in 2015, this online retailer and multi-city pop-up shop sells luxe throw pillows and tabletop.
This Chicago-based brand offers custom wall art, wallpaper, textiles, and rugs.
Mixed media artist K'era Morgan creates globally influenced prints, blankets, pillows, and tapestries.
BOLÉ ROAD TEXTILES
Textile company started by Ethiopian-born designer, Hana Getachew features soft goods in rich colors and graphic patterns. Inspired by her childhood home filled with traditional Ethiopian fabrics, Getachew creates with her cultural inheritance in mind.
This socially-conscious platform started by Byron and Dexter Peart sells beautiful home decor goods made by minority artisans.
This Atlanta-based brand makes bright sustainable home accessories and textiles.
Founder Nasozi Kakembo incorporates her international experiences and social justice in her Brooklyn-based store.
These super-soft textiles are made from alpaca and inspired by founder, Johanna Howard's Swedish upbringing.
DOMAIN BY LAURA HODGES STUDIO
This studio uses a mix of modern and traditional materials to create hand-made ceramics, lighting, furniture, and soft goods.
MARIE BURGOS DESIGN
Inspired by her native city, Paris, Marie Burgos has a collection of luxe lighting, furniture, and decorative accessories.
BLK MKT VINTAGE
This Brooklyn-based shop sells an expertly curated collection of vintage curiosities rooted in Black history.
Virginia-based designer, Jomo Tariku, infuses African art and culture into his striking furniture designs.
With fragrances like Basil and Gardenia and Santal, the luxe candles look good and smell great. They're also made from sustainable non-GMO food grade certified coconut wax.
Named after the tallest summit in Africa, 54 Kibo is a design brand specializing in everything from tabletop to furniture sourced throughout the diaspora. Sparked by Founder, Nana Quagraine's realization of the of the under representation of African artisans was the genesis of the brand.