These LGBTQ+ Home Brands Are Ones to Watch This Year

published Jun 12, 2022
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Yelp has released its list of LGBTQ+ Ones to Watch , including stylish homeware brands across the country.

“As part of our celebrations of Pride Month, we’ve compiled a list of amazing LGBTQ-owned businesses across the U.S., spanning categories like food, beauty, home, wellness and entertainment,” said Yelp’s Trend Expert, Tara Lewis, in a press release. “Whether you’re looking for vintage treasures to update your wardrobe or home, a serene spa for your next vacation, or your new favorite eatery to indulge in, you can find great LGBTQ-owned businesses on Yelp to support this month and year-round.” 

To mark Pride Month, check out the businesses to add to your radar below.

New Orleans, LA

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Yelp review: “CRAZY PLANT BAE IS AWESOME!!! When we walked in the place it looked like a jungle with fresh colorful vibrant plants!!! The prices were reasonable and the customer service was amazing. Teresa gave us top shelf customer service with plants that will show house nothing but the best decor.”

Seattle, WA

Yelp review: “Amazing service, friendly cleaner and a beautiful job well done! Highly recommended!”

Louisville, KY

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Yelp review: “Best thing to happen to the paddock… a unique local business trying out a new location in the east end. Happy to serve the customers ! Staff were super friendly fun and knowledgeable!”

Phoenix, AZ

Yelp review: “Beautiful shop, greenhouse, and coffee shop. Over all perfect environment to explore inside or hang in the shade with a fresh craft cappuccino outside amongst the plant friends in the nursery.”

Los Angeles, CA

Yelp review: “Travis did an amazing job staging my condo in Silverlake – it sold really quickly and way over asking! I can’t say enough good things about Travis. He totally hit the nail on the head with the style that matched the condo and the general area.”