Last week I featured Black-owned beauty and skincare brands on the blog in honor of Black History Month. I’ve really leaned into home decor and interior design over the past few years, and I have been intentional about making sure that I have at least one Black-owned or Black-designed piece of furniture, art, or decor in every single room in my home. This week, I want to share with y’all some of my favorite Black-owned home decor brands. From paint, plants, furniture makers and artists, to wallpaper and accessory sellers, there is something for everyone on this list. Keep scrolling to read about 20 Black owned home decor brands that you should definitely know about, and download the full list of 150+ Black-owned home decor brands below:
Founded by Natalie Manima’s the British based business offers pillows, lampshades, aprons, oven mitts, table runners and more use African prints to spice up practical homeware.
Carmen Neely’s home decor shop features carefully curated textiles, hardwood furniture and wall art. They all evoke a feeling of warmth and homeliness.
Emma is a British designer from Cambridge based in Portugal. Her illustrations and artworks are AMAZING. I knew I had to get some for TKB’s new bedroom.
To eliminate decision fatigue for sofa shoppers, Albany Park developed 3 couch styles that collectively satisfied the needs of everyone. I LOVE their Park armachair and Kova Pit!!
Founded by Vernon Williams, Karibe has a great combination of quality kitchen utensils, cast iron skillets, and stainless steel saucepans that will add spice to your cooking.
These soy candles with interesting sayings in bold graphic font are both deliciously fragrant and stylish. With over 20 varieties, you just might find yourself getting addicted to them all.
CNN and The New York Times both crowned her America’s Best Interior Designer. Her eclectic wallpaper designs would be a great addition to bold and creative interior spaces.
Studio Nom is a fiber art workshop based in the Netherlands. This contemporary fibre art shop comprises of macrame pieces to make your space feel unique.
This shop run by best friends Jesicca and Simone, offers handmade decorative trays, art prints, trinket dishes, soap dishes, keychains, stickers, pin-back buttons and even jewelery.
Unwrp boasts an eco-friendly, sustainable, creative alternative to traditional, boring wrapping paper. Perfect for wrapping gifts, framing as wall art or for pillow covers and notebooks.
Nicole Gibbons has designed a whole new paint shopping experience by selling paint + all the supplies you need to do it yourself, and a two-minute quiz to help you narrow your choices.
Leonard and Andrea Allen have built a community-focused brand that carry a wide array of aesthetic planters that can be used for outdoor, indoor, and hanging plants.
Zoe Sinclair’s digital collages center inspiring Black figures from the past and present. Her gallery includes civil rights icons like Rosa Parks and Nelson Mandela.
K’era Morgan is a Los Angeles based artist who hand paints designs and then has them made into beautiful statement textiles for your home. Her collection is nothing you’ve seen before.
If you’re looking to transform your walls with beautiful wallpaper designs, Mitchell Black has lots of peel & stick and tiled wallpapers in various styles.
Founded by Brittiny Terry, Effortless Composition features a curated collection of elevated home decor such as pillows and throws, sculputres and even kitchen utensils.
The Muted Home is a collective vision of luxury home decor products meant to enhance and reimagine every area of your home. Their spice jars, *chef’s kiss*.
Philece was the very first Black owned home decor business I ever supported (also the first original artwork I purchased). Her ability to capture the Black female form in detail is amazing.
This Chicago based company by Hayet Rida is a luxury candle collection lighting the way on your journey to self-discovery. All the candles smell absolutely divine.
Iowa-based fiber artist and interior designer, Candice Luter, creates custom wood and fiber decor. She skillfully blends mid-century modern, art deco and minimalist styles.