Whether it’s rented or owned, personalizing your home is key to creating a space that’s filled with peace, but also says something about who you are. Choosing the right decor can be extremely time consuming and overwhelming, with options that seem endless. However, there’s no need to stress yourself out with tons of items you might not even need, a few key pieces can give your space a brand new vibe.
These Black-owned home decor brands are perfect for finding items that will inspire, brighten, make a statement and breathe new life into your home and your spirit.
Kintsugi Candle Co.
Kintsugi or “Golden Joinery," is the time-honored Japanese art of repairing broken pottery using lacquer mixed with gold to highlight the beauty of imperfection. It is this imperfect beauty in life that Kintsugi Candle founder Allison Mathis Jones seeks to create with each candle. Covered in words of hope and inspiration, each Kintsugi candle breathes words of positivity and peace into your home.
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Add pops of color to your home with these one-of-a-kind pillows from Atlanta based lifestyle brand Rochelle Porter Design. Inspired by her travels, designer Rochelle Porter specializes in vibrant, happy home décor and fashion textiles derived from her original artwork. Each piece is ethically made with high-quality organic cotton and eco-friendly materials, proving that sustainability can also be stylish.
Photo Credit: Rochelle Porter
Every room needs a statement piece, and nothing makes a statement and brings life into a room like artwork. Cross-media, contemporary artist, Malene Barnett draws on her deep love of color and rich textures to create a collection of contemporary paintings and patterns, clay objects and bespoke carpets that will liven up your home.
Photo Credit: Malene B.
Bolé Road Textiles
Brooklyn based designer Hana Getachew started Bolé Road Textiles out of a desire to merge her love of Ethiopian handwoven fabrics with her career in interior design. Her vibrant designs not only pay homage to her culture, but add a natural beauty to any space in your home from your kitchen to your bedroom.
Photo Credit: Bolé Road Textiles
What home doesn't need a little Black Girl Magic in it? Victoria Reese founded BAUS with the philosophy that your environment should speak peace yet power. With one of her custom doormats (made from 100% natural coir), your home can make a statement that let's all who enter know to leave their mess, literally and figuratively, at the front door.