BLACK-OWNED INTERIORS BRANDS TO SUPPORT

Black Lives Matter

09.06.2020

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The toppling of slave trader Edward Colston’s statue by protestors in Bristol has proven that public spaces are to be as scrutinised as people in the fight against systemic racism. With private spaces, it should be no different. While we doubt you have any such monuments lurking on your mantlepiece, consciously outfitting your home with items from Black-owned interiors brands is a small act of anti-racism that signifies an investment into Black futures.

After all, home is where the heart is. Make sure yours is in the right place.

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JORDON WILLIS

A brand that offers a ‘safe space for the eclectic woman’, ceramics are just one element of Jordon Willis.

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PRICK

Prick is London’s first ever shop dedicated to cacti and other succulents.

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LA BASKETRY

La Basketry celebrates Senegalese craftsmanship in all its glory.

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ZONA BAARI

All objects available to buy at Zona Baari are designed and made by one woman.

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DENNISTON HOUSE

Denniston House specialises in ‘goods that tell a story’.

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LINOTO

Linoto offers a very good reason never to leave bed again.

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BONITA IVIE PRINTS

Bonita Ivie Prints is our go-to for bold colour and pattern.

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LICHEN

Lichen does thoughtful homewares and coffee.

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endulge

Endulge sell vintage homewares from their Instagram.

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CLAUDE HOME

NY-based Claude Home has vintage furniture for sale and incessant interiors inspiration on their Instagram.

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ceramic meltdown

Ceramic Meltdown’s Kyle Lee works in technology on Wall Street during the day and practices ceramics at night.

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elan byrd

An alumna of both Central Saint Martins and the Parsons School of Design, Élan Byrd seeks to embrace the beauty of imperfection in her homewares.

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isatu hyde

Isatu Hyde works in-house at Studio Artificer.

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la botica

Perfumed candles and palo santo are La Botica’s specialities.

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camille at the wheel

Camille at The Wheel is for anyone who wants their ceramics to be as useful as they are visually pleasing.

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ashe ceramics

We had no idea we could get excited about pots until we discovered Ashe Ceramics.

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pontie wax

Pontie Wax offers soy wax candles in a variety of scents.

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grey remedy

Grey Remedy aims to make our routines as beautiful as possible.

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bespoke binny

Bespoke Binny’s Natalie Manima is also a CBT therapist.

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lolly lolly

Lolly Lolly manages to make mugs actually look interesting.

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naked clay ceramics

Naked Clay ceramics are handmade in Bedfordshire by Carla Sealey.

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nur ceramics

An incense burner from Nur Ceramics is on our wishlist for complete calm.

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pottery by osa

Osa Atoe creates pottery inspired by multiculturalism.

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the lam label

The Lam Label is a treasure trove of vintage ceramics.

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tracie hervy

Her MFA in Ceramics is abundantly evident in Tracie Hervy’s work.

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utility objects

Aleisha Ellis creates ceramics that are as alluring as they are functional for her brand Utility Objects.

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nicole crowder

Nicole Crowder is a furniture designer and upholsterer who makes everything she touches - from sofas to meditation pillows - sing.

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