Shopping online for home decor and furniture allows you to look beyond the big-box retailers. If you want to find unique home furnishings, these Black-owned home decor and furniture brands will help liven up your space.
Black-Owned Home Decor to Shop Now
From bold printed wallpaper to African-inspired textiles to home decor marketplaces, here are 15 Black-owned businesses to keep on your radar as you decorate your space.
Dedicated to preserving Africa’s artisan heritage while showcasing some of the best contemporary design talents on the continent, 54kibo is a digital hub for lifestyle and home decor. Here you’ll find everything you need for your home in one place. You can shop lighting, furniture and decor by the country where it was designed and created.
Curating the finest furnishings for private residences, hotels, developers, and restaurants throughout Canada, Augustus Jones’ collection is meticulously sourced to ensure each client’s space stands out. Although you can’t order the product directly online, consulting with founder and design director Cliff Smith is worth it.
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British Columbia store, Batiqua, has a selection of handmade, fair trade, home and lifestyle gifts from Zimbabwe. Everything is ethically sourced and created using eco-friendly practices. This ensures that the one-of-a-kind decor items adding colour and texture to your home are also good for the planet.
Black Rooster Decor
Attracting A-list clients to their bold and bespoke furnishing, Black Rooster Decor sources bold furniture and design items from around the world. If you’re not in Toronto, you can find an expansive collection online with design pieces that are sure to spark a conversation.
Bolé Road Textiles
Brooklyn-based Bolé Road Textiles pays homage to founder and designer Hana Getachew’s Ethiopian roots with throws, pillows, rugs and wall hangings. Each product is hand-made in Ethiopia by African artisans in a fair-trade marketplace to bring these colourful prints home.
Clean Design Home
Clean Design Home has developed a line of allergen-aware linens, beddings and home furnishings made with premium products like Supima™ cotton. Founded and curated by Robin Wilson, outfitting your home with hypoallergenic items with an eco-friendly design is simple through her online boutique.
Add some colour to your living space with a beautiful print from Élana Camille. Best known for her fashion illustrations, Camille’s designs encapsulates fashion-forward women through prints and her new line of stickers.
Doubling as a hub for home essentials and a design studio for your next photoshoot, Everyday Joy brings out the simple pleasures of having a well-decorated home. Founder Jochebed Essel has made timeless and elegant products for your home with home accents, glassware, textiles and dining items to upgrade your home.
Run by twin brothers Byron and Dexter Peart, Goodee is a marketplace offering high-quality and highly curated items for your home. This ethical design marketplace has a selection of dining, furniture and decor items made in a socially-conscious way.
From the creative mind of Justina Blakeney, Jungalow allows you to bring her signature boho-chic style home with a collection of rugs, wallpaper, planters and more. It’s a one-stop shop to recreate her signature interior design style of saturated jewel tones, earthy hues and bold prints.
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Furniture designer Hollis Newton helps breathe new life into vintage and antique furniture. Through reupholstering, re-staining and other care techniques, founder Roxanne Brathwaite embraces the history of a piece while also giving it a modern facelift.
Transform your space with bold wallpaper from Maison Jiji, available in both peel-and-stick and traditional applications. The bold brush line and tribal-inspired artistic designs make the perfect statement for your walls.
Omo Bamboo Shop
Find some of the most innovative sustainable products from Omo Bamboo Shop in Toronto. This store offers zero-waste solutions for everyday items, including cleaning products, home decor and cooking and dining innovations.
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Toronto-based Promise Supply has helped plant lovers expand their collection across the Golden Horseshoe. Swing by their store at Stack Market to find many trendy plants and accessories.
Seventh and Oak
With a complete line of candles and room and linen sprays, Seventh & Oak makes your home smell great without the oils, additives or toxins. The clean burn candles have scents created by perfumers in small batches that you’ll love in your home.
Feature image courtesy of Black Rooster.
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