40 of Wayfair's Black-Owned Businesses & Home Brands

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If you are looking to support Black-owned businesses, you're in the right place. In this guide, we are spotlighting Wayfair's Black-owned furniture companies or Black-owned decor companies. As you search for furniture or decor, we hope this directory helps you find products that fit your style and needs.

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Looking for furniture for your home? This section focuses on our Black-owned furniture companies. They offer an impressive range of sophisticated styles that can instantly elevate any space.


Former New York City fashion and beauty publicist Janelle Langford has traded in her editorial clipboard for a more creative display of her expertise. Langford pivoted her 15-year PR career into a thoughtfully curated lifestyle brand, Karen Jai Home, dedicated to elevated living for the design-obsessed.

Karen Jai Home has been featured in countless publications including Architectural Digest, Refinery29, Martha Stewart Living, MyDomaine, Brides Magazine, Forbes, The Washington Post, and Cosmopolitan.

Karen Jai Home has created thoughtfully curated product pairings to take the overwhelm out of designing or redesigning your space. They are elevated, yet in touch with their clients' basic needs and desires to have a beautiful home or office without having to compromise design. Karen Jai Home is an approachable Black-owned furniture company that helps customers engage their inner designer no matter how novice they are.

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Brianna Nichole Love founded and leads Studio Apotroes, an emerging sustainable Black-owned furniture company that creates both furniture and materials designed to ward off environmental destruction. Utilizing her background in architecture to blend and marry new and traditional fabrication techniques, as well as her background in applied environmental science, Brianna is able to experiment and create new and health-conscious materials that can be employed in living spaces. She draws inspiration from stories (both real and imagined), nature, and the various cultures that make up her community. She wants Studio Apotroes designs to allow people to see how sustainability can fit into their lives through design.

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Calling upon Marie’s intimate knowledge of lighting and furniture available in today’s home decor market, the Marie Burgos Collection offers design professionals and homeowners bold new contemporary lighting, furniture, and decorative accessories with a fresh perspective.

In her design projects for residential and commercial interiors, designer Marie Burgos emphasizes harmony, comfort, and abundant style. She looks for shapes, textures, and colors that will enhance her clients’ lifestyles, while adding exciting new design dimensions to their rooms. This is also the approach that Marie has taken in developing the Marie Burgos Collection of carefully curated modern furniture, lighting, decor, and art.

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When it comes to Black-owned decor companies, we have a curated collection of unique options you are sure to love.

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Jasz founded Tackussanu Senegal in March 2019. Her products were formed from handmade and functional gifts she had been given over the years. As Jasz started considering expanding her business, she began looking at the baskets she had accumulated. Through research she quickly learned the items she had were all made by women in Senegal using traditional artistry.

After meeting many of these women, Jasz became part of the design process and final product – creating a mutually beneficial relationship for both parties. Their design process is approached differently from most industry standards. Tackussanu Senegal Products lean into the idea of authentically telling the story of their artisan partners while also advocating for direct impact on the community.

They are creating bridges from Senegal to the USA, connecting people, products, and possibilities.

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Design Dua is a social cooperative brand that works directly with artisan crafters to create completely handmade products for the nursery and home. They transform rural crafts into world class products. Design Dua was founded by Coretta Owusu in 2015 and in cooperation with her team, made original designs in Ghana's northern region. Design Dua now works with artisans in four countries and provides fairtrade work opportunities in their housing facility and factory in Ghana.

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Lynai Jones is the founder of Mitchell Black, which is most notably known for its American-made designer wallcoverings and art. Ms. Jones allows the “art of fine-living” to guide the style of this casual-luxury home decor brand. Jones’ Caribbean roots are reflected in the refined yet sensible design aesthetic of the Mitchell Black wallpaper designs. Their wallpaper patterns vary in style to provide a design accent for modern, traditional, coastal, or transitional homes. Mitchell Black wallpaper is a fun way to decorate your space thanks to how easy it is to apply and remove.

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Iowa-based artist Candice Luter has a knack for weaving experiences together to create beauty. In 2014, she began creating one-of-a-kind designs from her home studio. What started as a hobby continues to build momentum in the custom home decor space. Influenced by her travels, family, and life experiences, Candice Luter Art + Interiors skillfully blends mid-century modern, art deco, and minimalist styles to create commercial art and unique home decor.

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Macklin Bath and Home is an exclusive brand of premium, luxurious bath accessories designed for modern living. Their focus is on the comfort of self-care through a unique and one-of-a-kind collection that’s designed to reduce stress, maximize comfort, and help reclaim your time.

As part of their commitment to finding that delicate, real-world balance, Macklin Bath and Home has made it their mission to provide you with premium, high-quality bath accessories that complement your unique style.

Each of their products is designed to add to that experience with a wide selection of comfort-focused bath accessories made exclusively for you and your self-care.

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Gregory Perkins – inspired by his dedication to God and deep commitment to family – began African American Expressions in a small shop in Sacramento, California in 1991. It is now the largest Black-owned greeting card company in America. Today, African American Expressions sell over 2.5 million cards annually with over 500 original designs. This multimillion dollar operation has expanded to include many other inspirational gifts such as calendars, handcrafted figurines, journals, mugs, magnets, bookmarks, Christmas decorations, and more.

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Latrice Thompson launched Palette Pots in July 2020, and designed it to help plant parents who were having difficulty finding functional planters with drainage holes as well as planter pots that came in colors that fit their aesthetics.

Palette Pots was created to make home decor easy. Latrice is inspired by director Wes Anderson's color direction and aesthetic, choosing to incorporate her style with his when curating the Palette Pots collection. This collection brings not only joy but also more fun and ease to the plant world.

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Assane Dieme is the owner of Casa De Mansa Interiors, whose home decor and furniture collection are made by skillful artisans from different countries in Africa. They have items from wall baskets to fabrics and vintage items, as all of their items represent a tribe or ancient civilization. With one of these products, you’ll be adding a piece of history – like the Kuba fabric from Congo or a Bamileke stool from Cameroon – to your home. It is their aim to showcase to the world the beautiful work of African artisans while standing by their slogan – “we bring a little Africa to you."

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Roachele has a way with words. Her typographical alchemy is transforming phrases from literature, affirming quotes, and pop-culture references that inspire into home decor and wearable artworks with her brand Rayo & Honey. The brand is known for its natural canvas pennants with black felt lettering that have been featured by Beyoncé and have also been chosen as one of Oprah's Favorite Things.

Commissioned to create special pieces and totes by Magnolia Pictures, Schomburg Center, Google, and Penguin Randomhouse, Roachele distills her own words and those of icons – such as Toni Morrison and John Lewis – while creating modern affirmations perfect for home and uplifting office decor.

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La Casa De Pinos was founded in 2018 and is the creative practice of ceramicist Tiffany Pinos. Her work is produced by hand in small batches, utilizing both the potter’s wheel and hand-building techniques. Tiffany places an emphasis on simplicity and classic forms with a twist, with a goal to create functional wares that invite you to slow down and become part of your daily rituals.

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Cedric Mitchell is a Los Angeles–based glass artist from Oklahoma who honed his skills while attending Tulsa Community College studying business. After learning about the art of glass while recording in the music studio as an emerging hip-hop artist, Cedric became intrigued and added this as an elective to his studies.

As a student, he quickly transitioned into an apprentice and instructor at The Tulsa Glassblowing School. Inspired by an eccentric mix of graffiti art, pop culture, mid-century modern, and Memphis design, Cedric creates work that ranges from functional to decorative art, combining simplicity in design with bold colors to craft hand-blown vessels with a purpose.

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Sukie's Candle Co. provides exotically scented premium soy wax candles that are made fresh-to-order and individually hand-poured. Their vegan soy candles are not only infused with essential oils but also offer an environmentally clean burn thanks to no toxins, additives, dyes, or pollutants ever added. Sukie's Candle Co. also stands uniquely at the intersection of a luxe indie brand that is 100% Black woman–owned and operated, eco-friendly, and purpose-driven.

They are distinguished by their commitment to locally hand-pour their products, source sustainable materials, and hire locally within their community. Their collections are uniquely distinguished and exotically crafted, yielding an eco-friendly burn time of up to 40 hours. With each candle, the hope is to invite you to create soft atmospheric vibes that promote peace, sensuality, and deep relaxation.

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Founded in 2019 by Brooklyn-based artist Virginia Felix, Keraclay is a ceramic tableware and decor brand using hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques to design sustainable homewares. Virginia emphasizes the use of natural materials through craft and design in creating timeless pieces that promise functionality and playfulness. All pieces are handcrafted with an obsessive attention to detail using recycled clay out of her Brooklyn studio.

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Jasmine Willaims is the founder and creative visionary for Sunny & Ted. For Jasmine, making memories has always been a big deal. After noticing a lack of diversity in holiday home goods and decor, she decided to create and manufacture a line of homeware featuring characters in beautiful shades of brown. Sunny & Ted officially launched in 2020 with their first product, the Cocoa Santa Mug, and immediately sold out. Sunny & Ted’s mission is to create home goods that black and brown people can see themselves in and make memories with.

Through an assortment of ceramics, melamine dishes, pillows, and handmade felt ornaments, Sunny & Ted’s heirloom-quality products can be passed down from generation to generation, used to diversify your current holiday collection, or start a conversation about diversity and inclusion. With Sunny & Ted's Black-owned home goods and decor, you will be sure to see yourself or your loved ones represented around your home.

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In 2018, owner and designer Asia Clayborne founded Rain Sky Home Decor which is home to the Original Tic Tac Toe Africa Set, Africa Coasters, and Africa Tray collections. Since their founding, this Black-owned home goods company has designed over 15,000 pieces that have inspired communities worldwide to celebrate the beauty of culture. Their design style draws inspiration straight from the motherland, and features a variety of hues and textures – from bold shades of blue, to neutral "shades of melanin." For a stunning addition to your home, pick Rain Sky Home Decor's original art and decor.

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Southern Elegance Candle Company is owned and operated by D'Shawn Russell, a military spouse, CEO, mother, educator, and passionate candle maker and designer. As the owner of one of the largest Black female–owned home fragrance companies, she is constantly working to create new products and give back to southern communities, including her own small town in North Carolina.

Southern Elegance Candle Company is a Southern roots–inspired and developed candle company that seeks to instill the timeless nostalgia and heart-warming feelings of growing up in the South. Their products include four distinct collections of candles, room and linen sprays, jumbo wax melts, and diffusers with reeds. Although the heart of what the company does is steeped in southern traditions, Southern Elegance products are for anyone who wants their personal space to feel comforting and inviting.

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Diana Adams started SampleHAUS in 2019 in Los Angeles. SampleHAUS started as a place where she created unique and one of a kind art work from interior design waste and discontinued marketing samples. Now she makes incredible small batch pottery such as her well sought after planters and home accessories. Her work is inspired by bright colors and bold graphic African patterns.

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Looking for Black-owned companies that focus on textiles? Check out the businesses below.

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Johanna Howard grew up in Sweden where she developed a keen design eye and a firm belief in buying things to last. After moving to the US, she became a successful clothing designer, while simultaneously broadening her love of textiles and knack for color.

When Johanna began her new venture as a Black-owned home goods and decor company, she took these passions with her. Johanna Howard Home started with a simple idea – throws and pillows should be designed for humans, not just homes. Designs that capture moods and memories, textiles that crave to be touched, and colors that change your day.

Johanna Howard works with artisan weavers and family-owned mills in Peru and Portugal, rewarding them fairly, and exchanging skills and knowledge. They make sure to use sustainable baby alpaca, cotton, and wool, weaving textiles that are made to last. The Johanna Howard Home collection was born from a small family idea that blossomed into a big family story.

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AphroChic is a modern design brand dedicated to celebrating the culture, creativity, design, and arts of the African diaspora. Through products featuring bright colors, bold prints, and graceful illustrations, AphroChic offers an expansive range of home decor items including pillows, bedding, wallpaper, and handmade pieces including art and lighting.

Every piece and every pattern is designed to speak directly to the culture and history of the African diaspora, celebrating the beauty of Black life through pieces that celebrate Black hair, love stories of "jumping the broom," and traditions. Each piece is thoughtfully designed to turn a room into a personal story of home.

An award-winning design brand, AphroChic products have been featured in the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times, as well as Elle Decor, Real Simple, and PEOPLE. The brand's latest book, APHROCHIC: Celebrating the Legacy of the Black Family Home, is being hailed as a genre-expanding masterpiece, blending design inspiration with sweeping historical narrative and social critique.

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Ulli Home founder and creative director, Ify Ojo, firmly believes that the most unique and compelling thing about anyone is their story. Ify has taken the best of her Nigerian and Canadian culture to influence her work – rendering vibrant interpretations of bohemian, tribal, mid-century, and minimalist patterns with a distinctive West African aesthetic on soft home furnishings such as pillows, blankets, throws, and shower curtains. Her hope is to give you the spark needed to tap into your own creativity and become the visual storyteller of your space.

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The concept for Linoto began in 2007 when founder and creative director Jason Evege was shopping for real linen sheets and was unable to find any set in a simple, modern style for less than $1,000. Additionally, there was a four to six week waiting period for delivery from Europe. The frustration from this search resulted in Jason making his own set of linen sheets as well as a few sets for friends and family. The sheets were a huge hit and it was suggested that he set up a website and see if there was demand. He was fortunate to have his degree in fashion design from the University of Cincinnati, his skills, and the machinery required to try his ideas without large capital investments. With an incredible amount of hard work, this Black-owned linen company grew to become extremely successful.

Today Linoto makes amazing, real linen sheets that help you sleep better, and linen spa towels that rejuvenate and refresh your bath and shower experience. Most importantly, they make beautiful, soft, artisanal quality products that enhance the quality of time spent at home.

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K’era Morgan, the founder of k-apostrophe, is a Los Angeles–based artist and textile designer. Her creative process is an intuitive one resulting in vibrant mixed-media pieces that fuse painting, collage, and mark-making. Her abstract paintings are the basis for the k-apostrophe collection of home textile accessories that include throw blankets, pillows, and tapestries, as well as table linens. As one of the popular Black-owned decor companies, K’era aims to elevate everyday goods into functional pieces of art that come together to create a comfortable, casual yet artful home sanctuary.

All k-apostrophe textile products are made of natural fibers like cotton and wool, making them durable yet soft and luxurious, as well as easy to clean and care for. K'era is proud to collaborate with artisans in the USA and Mexico to bring her designs to life.

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Bold color, pattern, and style converge in Rochelle Porter Design, an eclectic lifestyle brand and design house specializing in sustainably made decor, apparel, and accessories. Inspired by everything from her colorful Caribbean roots to the stark simplicity of Scandinavian design, Rochelle’s hand-designed patterns give global design traditions a fresh, modern twist.

True to their tagline, “design for abundant living,” Rochelle Porter Design’s goal is to make life richer and more vibrant for everyone who encounters the brand. This means designing the most fashion-forward prints using low-waste production methods and eco-friendly dyes, and partnering with ethical factories to pour back into local communities. In short, Rochelle Porter Design aims to create the best possible products while doing the least possible harm.

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Kingston Goods offers a carefully curated selection of heirloom-quality home textile essentials – think modern bed sheets and bath towels in nature-inspired colorways crafted from 100% cotton by fourth-generation artisans in Portugal.

For your comfort, they pay attention to the smallest details, like adding extra room to their sheet pockets for a better fit, using envelope closures on their pillowcases to ensure they stay in place, including corner ties and well-placed button closures to keep duvet inserts secure in their covers, and attaching hanging loops to their towels for convenient storage in between uses.

They believe nurturing peace and coziness in your everyday routines is vital to your happiness and wellbeing, and their products are thoughtfully designed to elevate your home with this in mind.

Everything is sustainably sourced, ethically made, and OKEO-Tex certified non-toxic. Always. Plus, every purchase plants a tree.

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Robin Wilson has an origin story with humble beginnings in Austin, Texas, along with devoted parents who navigated her allergy journey. Today, she is recognized as the first Black American female founder of a global allergen-aware lifestyle brand. She is listed on Inc.'s “Top 100 Female Founders” and selected as an "Oprah’s Pick" for towels and “Best Anti-Allergen Sheets” by Cosmopolitan. CLEAN DESIGN HOME® has an assortment of home decor items and textiles, including pillows, bedding, towels, and robes, focused on minimizing asthma and allergy triggers – and multiple licensed categories that will appear soon. Our lexicon of home and health has changed since the pandemic and the CLEAN DESIGN HOME® brand has evolved for the allergen-aware consumer lifestyle from the "foundation to the furnishings."


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Anisha Rice founded her luxury bedding company, Mismatch, because she believes that all sheet sets should come with matching silk pillowcases. Her signature sheet sets consist of cotton sheets with matching silk pillowcases, giving you two fabrics with one style. Anisha incorporated her love for beauty, clean design, and natural fabrics into the Mismatch sheet sets.

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Chantal Bradley is the owner of Modish Decor Pillows – an upscale Black-owned pillow company and home decor brand based in New York City. It was her love for interior design that allowed her to start this company in late 2015. Her collections feature a wide range of exciting colors and textures, while her products symbolize her upmarket style. Her products offer an effortlessly modern aesthetic that is easy to attain in any work or living space. Make a lasting impression and accentuate your space with stylish modern pieces from Modish Decor Pillows.

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Kellee and Jerell met while working at a fashion company in NYC. Eventually, their love of design and each other led to marriage and a clothing line. In the process of exploration and creativity, they realized throw blankets were always in the mix. These throws made them feel better on sick days, cuddle more on movie nights, or spend more weekends at the park.

Through years of enjoying and repurposing throws, they combined their love of art with their love of comfort, and Karbon Market was born. Karbon Market is an art studio and lifestyle brand of minimal and statement pieces; here is where they design and curate prints and textiles. Both at home and abroad, the work of KM assists in conjuring moments of clarity, serenity, and balance.

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Valérie Louis was born in Haiti and spent her whole life appreciating fine art in fabrics and wallpapers from other cultures, until she realized that hers also mattered and should be appreciated.

The company is named after herself and her daughter Yaël to showcase unique patterns that are influenced by Valérie's Haitian-Caribbean-African heritage, culture, and traditions. She has created a new kind of exoticness of high-end fabrics, wallpapers, and home accessories by combining in perfect harmony Caribbean elegance, vibrant colors and African cultural heritage. With this brand, you are invited to experience this new norm inspired by African roots. In her words, "Invite it into your space, appreciate its value and its authenticity, and discover the soul and essence of freedom."

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Luxe Weavers is family-owned and based in New Jersey. It was created less than a year after its founder, Tobi Odunaiya, immigrated from Nigeria to the US in 2004. His goal was to create a company culture that was not only inclusive and diverse, but a leader in the competitive world of home decor accessories with long-lasting value in mind, and after 15 years, this Black-owned company has become an industry game changer for the rug industry.

From the beginning, Luxe Weavers has focused on quality and providing customers with life-proof home goods products to make their everyday life more comfortable. That’s why Luxe Weavers area rugs are made from stain-resistant fibers with an incredibly soft feel. The brand is committed to producing stunning designs that are as diverse as their company and allow you to make every room a place you love to be.

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We don't just support Black-owned furniture companies and Black-owned decor companies. We are proud to provide a space for Black designers to collaborate with larger brands and offer their design style to each collection.


Ayesha Curry is a renowned restaurateur, chef, two-time New York Times bestselling author, producer, host, and entrepreneur. Her accessible approach to cooking and passion for creating easy-to-use products has made her one of the most sought after experts in food and lifestyle. The Ayesha Curry Home Collection features inspiring, professional-grade cookware designed with special attention to the details that make cooking feel less like work. The essential collection of cookware is perfect for home cooks that are inspired by Ayesha Curry's signature style.

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Tia Mowry is a multi-talented actress, producer, author, entrepreneur, and social influencer. As a trusted source of advice, she offers her experiences in health and wellness, cooking and entertaining, and modern family living. “Spice by Tia Mowry” is her stylish, yet practical homewares line inspired by her love for healthy recipes and joyful cooking. Mowry partnered with the Los Angeles–based company, Gibson Homewares, to develop each piece with style, quality, and value for any home cook. Spice by Tia Mowry is available in beautiful designs and vibrant colors and offers kitchen and dining essentials for preparing, cooking, baking, and serving up easy and exciting meals every day.

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The TOV Furniture team, including CEO Chaya Krinsky, have come together to create The Voice Collection which includes pieces from six powerhouse Black interior designers and creatives. They are:
Nicole White – CEO and principal designer of Nicole White Designs
Nile Johnson – 2020 House Beautiful Advisory Board Member and African-American top 20 interior designer
Erika Ward – award-winning published interior designer
Justin Q. Williams – Atlanta-based interior designer
Carmeon Hamilton – Memphis-based interior designer
Don Ricardo Massenburg – founder of DESiGN iNKREDiBLE.

The Voice Collection was established to bring more visibility to the Black design community to award those within in their just recognition. Each designer in this collection worked closely with the TOV team to ensure their individual inspiration and designs were fully formed from start to finish.

Whether you are in search of a sofa, credenza, side table, bed, or more – The Voice Collection has an impressive array for you to choose from.

TOV brand is renowned for designings bold, luxurious pieces that are innovative and stylish.

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Hera Ford is a multimedia artist specializing in textile and apparel design. She is inspired by her ancestral lands and creative processes that speak to the passing of memory through garments and fabric.

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Haitian-American designer Victor Glemaud launched his eponymous designer collection of statement knitwear, designed for all people, genders, races, sizes, and personalities in 2006. Glemaud’s collection with Schumacher features patterns that reference Haitian history, culture, and landscape.

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Hadiya Williams' art and design practice includes pottery, surface, design, and visual art. Her aesthetic is inspired by the depth of black culture across the diaspora, and her collection with Schumacher was inspired by Williams’ focus on themes of genealogy, lineage, and home.

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With a shared love of color and textiles that add life and layers to a home, Amir Loloi of Loloi Rugs has partnered with Justina Blakeney of Jungalow, to create beautifully inspired pieces. Justina finds her inspiration in florals and foliage, allowing a jungle of botanicals to flow into her bold and bright patterns.

Justina’s bold hues and dense compositions celebrate maximalism and have a universal appeal – as evidenced by over two million followers she’s acquired on Instagram.

She illustrates this "more is more" philosophy in some of her most recent work, including the next generation of Justina Blakeney x Loloi textiles. The three new collections: Berkeley, Good Morning, and Villagio, encompass everything from polychromatic yarns to graphic patterns, the latter on a dramatic scale.

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