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    16 Black-Owned Furniture And Decor Companies

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    1. The Black Home by celebrity interior designer Neffi Walker is a New Jersey-based home goods shop dedicated to highlighting the Black experience. From glassware and candles to dining tables and lounge chairs, there's something for everyone.

    The Black Home

    Get the black velvet ladder dinner chair from The Black Home for $269 and the matte black and gold luxury flatware for $32.88 (for a four piece set).

    2. Don't Sleep Interiors designs mindful and historical decor items like art prints of historical Black newspapers and pillows printed with quotes from the likes of Audre Lorde and James Baldwin. Each piece is created with a thoughtful combination of African diaspora culture and political consciousness. 

    An art scroll with various newspaper titles from 1881 to 1901
    Don't Sleep Interiors / Etsy

    Get the¬†Historic Black Newspapers Poster 1881‚Äď1901¬†from Don't Sleep Interiors on Etsy for¬†$80.

    3. Jungalow by Justina Blakeney is an all-encompassing brand of boho-inspired home decor, from pillows and bedding to planters and rugs. Justina is also the author of The New York Times best-‚Äčselling book The New Bohemians, among other books.

    A beautiful bedroom with many green tones and plants and decor

    You can shop her latest collection Jungalow by Justina Blakeney for Target.

    4. Albany Park is a furniture company run by a husband-and-wife team in Houston who became fed up with shopping in expensive designer showrooms and being overwhelmed with hundreds of sofa options. The company's furniture is way less expensive than average, takes less time to be delivered, and is designed to be moved into apartments (aka they come in pieces that easily snap together).

    The albany park sectional in navy blue velvet is in a living room
    Albany Park

    Albany Park's furniture comes packaged in apartment-friendly, space-conscious boxes that can easily be maneuvered in stairwells and tight hallways. Each piece is composed of high-resiliency foam wrapped in cruelty-free synthetic feathers. Shipping's also free, and the company has a 30-day return window.

    Get the Park sectional from Albany Park for $1,895+ (available in seven colors/fabrics and two leg options).

    5. Linoto is luxury linen company making bedding, window treatments, bath towels, and other home accessories. One of the reasons Linoto stands out among the other linen bedding companies is that it has a vast array of colors available, from terra cotta to turquoise to aubergine.

    A bed with sheets that are purple and blue striped linen
    A pile of folded light grey linen

    Get the 100% linen sheet sets from Linoto for $269+ (available in nine bed sizes and 29 colors).

    6. Estelle Colored Glass makes handblown colored glassware for the most gorgeous tabletops out there. We love the set of six mixed champagne coupe glasses that come with one royal blue, amber smoke, forest green, red, lavender, and blush pink.

    A variety of colored glassware sits inside a white display cabinet
    Estelle Colored Glass

    Get the set of six mixed champagne coupe glasses for $195.

    7. Clare is a paint company that aims to make paint shopping hassle-free. Founded by interior designer Nicole Gibbons, the colors are designer-curated and the swatches are peel-and-stick, which is perfect for renters who don't want to paint the actual wall until the final color's been selected.


    All of Clare's paints are zero VOC, which means they don't contain harmful toxins that cause headaches when drying.

    A gallon of paint is $59 and a swatch is $2.

    8. One Eleven Candles makes candles with intentions by blending essential oils and crystals.

    Three candles are displayed next to crystals and a vase filled with white flowers
    One Eleven Candles

    Get the Moonlight & Rainstorms Candle from One Eleven Candles for $11.

    9. Pardon My Fro makes lifestyle goods and home decor like shower curtains and coffee mugs. Graphic designer Dana Bly started Pardon my Fro in 2010 after starting her natural hair journey and noticing a lack of imagery of Black women with natural hair.

    In a bathroom a shower curtain with the design of a woman from behind is shown
    Pardon My Fro

    Get the Essence shower curtain from Pardon My Fro for $65.

    10. Jeanette Gonzales is a designer and illustrator making vibrant prints and home textiles like tea towels and blankets.

    Close up of a drawing of a woman relaxing near a fruit stand
    Jeanette Gonzales

    Get the "Havana Girl" 8x10 Art Print for $24 unframed or $60 framed (available in black or white). 

    11. Hilton Carter is an all-around plant genius who has amassed over 500,000 followers on Instagram. He's also the author of three books about houseplants and plant styling.

    The apron is displayed with all the pockets filled with tools
    Things by HC

    Hilton launched a line called¬†Things by HC¬†‚ÄĒ¬†a collection of gardening accessories ‚ÄĒ including this¬†denim apron¬†with leather details. It has leather pockets for holding heavy and sharp tools like shears and a ring for holding a towel or mister/spray bottle.

    Get the apron from Things by HC for $100 (available in original or dark denim).

    12. Wicks NOLA Candle Company makes over 65 luxury candles and home fragrances inspired by all things New Orleans. All of their candles are all-natural and vegan.

    The French Quarter Beignet candle is displayed next to a serving of beignets
    Wicks NOLA Candle Company

    Get the French Quarter Beignet candle from Wicks NOLA Candle Company for $30.

    13. Yowie in Philadelphia is an impossibly cool lifestyle retail store that has an array of homewares like handmade planters from Australia and hand-thrown stoneware like mugs. All items from the shop can be purchased online through the store's website.

    Yowie store owner Shannon Maldonado happily stands in the middle of her shop

    In addition to Yowie being Black owned, products made by Black artisans are tagged as such on its website. 

    14. Sweeten is a referral service for finding the very best general contractors to assist you with your home renovation. Founded by Manhattan architect Jean Brownhill in 2011, People post their home project, and then Sweeten's team curates a list of pre-screened general contractors that you then choose to connect with.

    A beautiful kitchen and dining room is shown after a complete renovation

    Folks have used Sweeten from everything from tiny projects like a tile backsplash installation to big projects like complete home renovations. Check out Sweeten's renovations blog to get an idea of all the sweet, sweet home renovations they helped facilitate. 

    15. Under the Sunlight is a mindful stationery brand making everything from calendars to notebooks to habit trackers.

    A hand is touching a calendar
    Under the Sunlight

    Get the 2021 Sun Wall Calendar from Under the Sunlight for $18. 

    16. EcoVibe is a retail shop in Portland, Oregon (they have a fabulous online store, too!) focusing on sustainable, ethical practices. Husband and wife team Leonard and Andrea Allen support local designers, women, minority- and family-owned small businesses.

    The store is packed with plants and plant supplies

    While the business sells all sorts of earthy homewares ‚ÄĒ like barware and gardening supplies ‚ÄĒ the real star of the show is the shop's online plant inventory. Trust us, what they sell will have you green with envy.

    Me after writing this post


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