15 Black-owned home decor brands to elevate your space

If you're looking to support BIPOC creators, from decor to housewares, you're going to want these black-owned home decor brands on your radar

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In addition to great-looking design, we care about the founder's behind our favorite pieces and the stories that led to their brand's inception. That's why we've done a deep dive into exploring the numerous Black-owned home decor brands, showcasing a number of Black-owned businesses specializing in everything from linen to furniture, and everything in between. This list is in no way comprehensive of the tremendous amount of talent out there. 

While we celebrate Black History Month in February, these are brands that should be on your radar today, and into the future. Be sure to bookmark this page the next time you're looking for a resource to shop, whether you're after eco-friendly gifts or your next sofa.  

Alongside the growing popularity of the 15 Percent Pledge, where major retailers like West Elm, Nordstrom,  and Macy's have promised to devote 15% of shelf-space to BIPOC brands, many retailers have special sections that let you shop your values, and created collections to make it easy and fast to discover established and emerging brands. We've tried to make it easy too, with a list of places to discover Black-owned brands at the end of our finds. 

Curious about BIPOC designers, too? Check out these noteworthy Black interior design influencers giving us major inspo for our next makeover. 

15 Black-owned home decor brands to remember

1. Estelle Colored Glass

2. Jungalow by Justina Blakeney

3. Goodee

4. Grounded

5. Sabai Design

6. Linoto

7. Morning Joy Co

8. Rochelle Porter Design

9. Design Dua

10. Bole Road Textiles

11. Candice Luter

11. Ceramic Meltdown

12. CruXGG

13. Perpetual Bliss

14. Edloe Finch

15. Johanna Howard Home

More places to discover Black-owned creators and brands

  • 15% Pledge: The growing initiate championed by Brother Vellie's Aurora James for retailers to devote 15% of shelf space to Black-owned brands has an entire database devoted to Black businesses
  • Amazon Launchpad: A featured selection of storefronts owned by Black creatives
  • Etsy: a featured section devoted to Black makers from crafts, decor, 
  • Madewell Labels We Love: Discover Black-owned businesses in the fashion and lifestyle space
  • Nordstrom: A special section devoted to sharing Black-owned and founded brands
  • Society6: Browse through a large selection of art and prints from talented Black artists
  • West Elm Local: During February, 50% of the proceeds from West Elm LOCAL will support the 15 Percent Pledge and NAACP
  • Target Black-Owned: Over 1,000 products spanning all household categories
Jaclyn Turner
Ecommerce Editor

Jaclyn is an eCommerce editor at Future Home Interest, where she oversees sleep content including mattresses and bedding – in fact, she has passed our five-step certification process to become a verified customer advisor on mattresses. She regularly scouts out the best of the best for buying guides to help you fill your home with only the best. She joined the team in January 2021. She has previously worked with sites like Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, The Spruce, The Spruce Eats, and MyDomaine, but got her start at the trade mag Home Furnishings News, which fueled her excitement for innovation in the home category and seeing the newest launches.  When Jaclyn's not working, she loves long strolls through HomeGoods, unwinding with a chilled glass of Rosé, and entertaining her Cavapoo  Reese.