Decorating your new home or revamping your current home? Need a little design inspiration to make your home stylish? Today we are here to help with our list of 10 Black Owned Home Decor BrandsTo Support. We love great design from traditional to modern, and as long as it can be well styled in a southern home with southern hospitality, we can’t have enough of it. If you feel the same way, be sure to check out these 10 Black Owned Home BrandsLines To Support. Know of other lines? Send us your favorites and we will add them to this list!
10 Black Owned Home Decor Brands To Support
Rochelle Porter Design (RpD) is an Atlanta-based lifestyle brand that’s big on sustainable textile and product design.A�From vibrant abstract watercolors to crisp black and white motifs, our textiles are marked by a global sensibility and playful vibe.
Elle Gibson Designs create globally inspired fabrics,A�wallpapers and decor accessories that have an artisan feel and hand to them. A�
The Robin Wilson Home brand has created business and licensing relationships that are mutually beneficial to her brand and partnerships. Retailers, carry the Robin Wilson Home product line of licensed bedding, hypoallergenic pillows, towels and custom cabinetry. In 2014, she partnered with Panasonic USA to promote their latest line of cutting edge products for the home. She is an ambassador to the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, on the board of theA�Sustainable Furnishings Council and in May 2013, she launched a furniture line, Nest Home by Robin Wilson, at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York.
Based in Chicago, Mitchell Black caters to consumers as well as boutiques, interior designers, hotel developers, design centers and furniture manufacturers. Known for a pop-art style that marries vintage art with modern framing, Mitchell Black also produces wallcoverings and a home fragrance line of scented soy candles.
AphroChic began in 2007 a�� the brainchild of husband-and-wife team Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason. AphroChic became a place for Jeanine, a former policy attorney, and Bryan, a Ph.D. student, to escape the stresses of work and share their passion for culture and design. To embody their personal vision of a new kind of design the two coined the phrase, a�?Modern.Soulful.Style.a�? a�� design that embraces culture and the unique admixture of the traditional and the contemporary that helps to define us all.
Darryl Carter’sA�whole homeA�design portfolio reflects his keen sense of style and understanding of composition, proportion and scale.A� There is a complexity to the forms that demonstrate Bakera��s abilities in the art of fine furniture-making and Cartera��s appreciation of design in its purest sense.A� The collection resonates with the familiarity of traditional form, nods to the utilitarian discipline of mid-20thA�century design, and captures the spirited chic of fashionable understatement.
Inspired by her travels, armed with experience of a successful career in design, and driven by the desire to build a design platform for her global artistry, Malene boldly launched the Malene B brand in 2005 and became focused on carpets in 2009. Her company, a M/WBE certified business, grew to attract the gaze of the luxury market, and fashioned a client base of sophisticated tastemakers with a deep appreciation for her globally-minded creations. Among these are Saks Fifth Avenue, Chatsworth Building, The Astor – Luxury Residential, Revel Hotel, The Baystone Hotel in Mauritius, Duke University, Avalon and Arianna Huffington. Today, Malene B is also a proud partner of Kravet and Goodweave.
As one of the leading design personalities on the web, Justina hasA�over two million followersA�online and has been named aA�top designerA�to follow on Instagram by Harpera��s Bazaar, NY Mag and Lonny Magazine. Justina’s eponymous lifestyle brand,A�Justina Blakeney Homea�?,A�a includes a wide range of lifestyle and home products including furniture, case goods, rugs, pillows, wallpaper, bedding and stationery.
In 1996, Sheilaa��s passion for interiors inspired her to design furniture and home furnishings under the name Sheila Bridges Home, Inc. Sheilaa��s home furnishing collections have been sold to design conscious consumers online, through trade showrooms, mail order catalogues and at such notable national retailers as Anthropologie and Bed, Bath & Beyond. Sheila is honored to have her Harlem Toile De Jouy wallpaper represented in the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museuma��s permanent wallpaper collection. Her design work has been showcased in many exhibits and museums throughout the country and Europe including The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Museum of Art and Design in New York City, The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of The City of New York and most recently the MuseA� De La Toile De Jouy in Jouy-en-Josas, France.
The B. Smith with Style Home Collection, which debuted at Bed Bath & Beyond in 2001, is the first line from an African-American woman to be sold at a nationwide retailer and includes bedding, tabletop and bath products.A�From duvets to doormats, Smitha��s dA�cor line continues to grow with a variety of pieces for entertaining and home and incorporates her signature a�?Afrasiana�? design concept, which merges core African and Asian elements. A�