In honor of Black History Month, what better time to update your decor? With so many options to consider, quality, affordability, and sustainability are some of the things you probably desire when choosing to upgrade your space. With that being said, it’s also important to think about whom you’re supporting. Small businesses have taken a large hit as a result of COVID-19, with a lot of them being owned by underrepresented populations. Supporting these small businesses means you help close the racial wealth gap, strengthen local economies, and foster job creation. Black History Month offers a great opportunity to do some shopping from Black-owned businesses while livening up your home at the same time. Check out some of the options below if you’re seeking ways to show your support this month.
This Black-owned home decor brand is known for its stylish decor with muted hues. If you’re looking for unique, their abstract flatware sets are unmatched. When it comes to intricate woodworking, check out their serving sets and nesting bowls.
Located in Wilson, NC, this Black-owned business builds quality, hand crafted furniture that is made to last and fit your lifestyle. All furniture is made-to-order in the shop.
Have you recently moved into a new home in the Raleigh area and need some help mounting all of your essentials? Scott’s offers wall mounting services that include sound bar mounting, wire management, dismount, assembly, and general mounting services for all of the things you might not have time for.
It’s still cold outside, which means that snuggling season is in full swing! This Black-owned business is located in Raleigh and specializes in personalized, fleece blankets for all events ranging from holidays to birthdays, weddings, baby showers, sports and more.
Say goodbye to plain stemware with the colorful creations of this Black-owned home decor brand. The Estelle Colored Glass collection consists of handblown glass cake stands and stemware in a mix of jewel tones and soft pastels that will make a statement on the table, in your hand, or even on display.
By Kendra Stowe