Monochrome, beiges, creams, and topes encapsulate the “quiet luxury” look. You can achieve the quiet luxury design aesthetic by using elevated basics paired with high-quality chic and timeless, thoughtful decor pieces. Although the viral trend was originally in fashion, it quickly transitioned to the interior design landscape. The gist of the trend is accomplishing a luxurious and intentional design concept without it being too flashy or looking like you put too much time into it.
When considering ways to incorporate the quiet luxury trend into your home, consider leveraging thoughtfully curated interiors and focusing on precious and authentic materials like wood, marble, and cashmere linens. This style is about investing in quality pieces that will remain a staple in your home for years, and remember, less is more.
Ahead, see nine beautiful decor and furniture items from Black-owned designers that will transform your home into a quiet luxury oasis in no time. Our list features plush minimal rugs, unique accent and throw pillows, and sleek and stylish coffee tables and couches.
Souk Bohemian – Marble Taper Holder
This taper holder is perfect for achieving that perfect ambient aesthetic. Made out of marble and featuring a calming shade of beige, this uniquely shaped piece easily holds any taper candles. Looks great on side tables, as centerpieces, or shelves.Available at
The Jean Coffee Table is an Oval Coffee combined with natural stone finishes. Handmade with solid stones base. Combining three different Natural Stone Marbles, Estremoz marble, Nero Marquina, and Estremoz Pink marble, makes this piece a sign of nonconformity and originality.Available at
A table piece so generous and welcoming will bring curiosity to even the most modest ice water, ensuring cups on any tabletop spread stay filled. Ideal for decanting an exceptional bottle of wine.Available at
19th Century Japanese Obi Slipper chair upholstered in a white graphic textured polyester fabric with jade metallic velvet fabric down the front to mimic an obi belt worn on a traditional Japanese kimono. To keep in the chair’s lineage, the outside back has been upholstered in a Japanese tatami mat imported from Japan.Available at