It’s no secret that I’ve been on my home decor kick these days. Every chance I get, I’m looking at or picking out some new pieces for our apartment. I have a pretty solid rotation of retailers I like to buy from, but recently I’ve decided to begin looking into more Black-owned home decor brands. What I found is an array of unique, beautiful, and thoughtfully made home decor that I had to share.
Wild prints, bold colors, and texture galore. If you’re someone who has more eclectic tastes, The Jungalow is for you. Interior designer Justine Blakeney offers an array of furniture and decor for every room in your home.
With products handwoven in Ethiopia, this Brooklyn-based design studio has a great selection of pieces for every room. Ranging from pillows to rugs, curtains, wall hangings, and more, there’s something deeply personal about each piece from Bolé Road Textiles that’ll add a loving touch to your home.
Goodee combines ethics and sustainability with great design in its global marketplace of home goods. Ran by twin brothers, Byron and Dexter Peart, Goodee offers a curated selection of covetable decor and furniture that are sure to make a statement in any space.
This ultra-luxe home accessories boutique is a must-shop for your next decor haul. Karen Jai Home is a one-stop-shop for those who are design-obsessed and looking for uniquely made quality pieces.
The home of contemporary African design. 54kibo features products by African designers that are often more difficult to find. Each piece is authentic, celebrates African culture, and is beautifully made.