5 stylish Black-owned shops to support during the Etsy Labor Day sale

The Etsy Labor Day sale includes gorgeous home decor and more.

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Labor Day weekend means two things: The unofficial end of summer...and sales. Chances are, your inbox is already blowing up with savings. The Etsy Labor Day sale is full of gorgeous merch, including pretty finds from a number of Black-owned Etsy shops are just too good to miss.

Running September 4 through 9, participating Etsy sellers are offering discounts of 20 percent or more. And if you vowed to support more BIPOC-owned brands back in May, it's a great way to continue your efforts while also bolstering small business. Not to mention, these handcrafted pieces for your home and wardrobe are simply must-haves. We've listed out a few of our favorite finds, below.

Want more LDW bargains? Check out our roundup of the best Labor Day sales.

Perpetual Bliss

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Concrete is one of the most coveted material trends in interior design right now. If you can't afford to redo your countertop, chic concrete home accessories from Perpetual Bliss are a great way to get your fix. 

Gorgeous candles are made from raw concrete and soy wax to add texture and style. Each piece is crafted in Atlanta, Georgia, by founder and designer Erin Carter. A creative spirit and burgeoning entrepreneur, Carter is always up for a challenge. You can private message her with custom requests to execute your concrete dreams. 

GabeJade Accessories

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Looking to spice up your wardrobe? GabeJade's bowties, headwraps, and pet accessories are crafted from African textiles in saturated hues and dynamic patterns.  

It all began when founder and designer Ade Ogbomo's nephew asked for a bow tie that looked like one of her African dresses. When Ogbomo could only find "blah" options on the market, she sought out to craft her own. Of course, people started asking where they could buy her nephew's new bowties, and GabeJade was born. Now, you can shop an array of options for him, her, and even four-legged friends. 

Archer Home Designs

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Farmhouse decor lovers, rejoice! Ntebo Archer builds and refurbishes furniture for her eponymous Archer Home Designs. Pieces are crafted from solid wood and whitewashed or distressed for a rustic look. Archer finishes furniture in polyurethane for a lasting quality. 

Browse larger items like coffee and dining tables and keep your eyes peeled for new, smaller introductions like trays, picture displays, and mug holders. 

Ubuntu

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Handmade in Brooklyn, Ubuntu's jewelry supports a good cause. Shop owner Josyln Allen donates a portion of each purchase to help sponsor five children at Gertrude's Orphanage (Notre Maison) in Port Au Prince, Haiti. Notre Maison offers special needs children a home so that they don't need to be raised in an institution. 

And along with Ubuntu's philanthropic characteristics, on-trend pieces add flair to any wardrobe. Current favorites include shell accents, tassel statement earrings, geometry, and perfect-for-layering gold necklaces. Ubuntu's nimble company structure allows Allen to stay ahead of the most current styles and cultural influences. 

Crafted Glory

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Crafted Glory Design is pushing the limits of wood. The company's "thoughtfully crafted items for the heart and home" are all crafted from solid wood, without the heavy association often made with the material. Think Scandinavian-style coffee tables, live-edge consoles, modern end tables, and geometric honeycomb shelves. 

If you're looking for something a bit smaller, the shop stocks decor accessories like cutting boards and personalized napkin rings. Prefer to decorate yourself? Crafted Glory offers an array of modern, geometric earrings, featuring an array of wood finishes—often all in one piece! 

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