Taraji P. Henson Swears By These Black-Owned Home Decor Brands

published Feb 18, 2021
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Last week, actress Taraji P. Henson began a five-day mission of highlighting Black-owned businesses in honor of Black History Month. Starting Feb. 8, Henson began her weeklong venture with a collection of Black-owned wellness brands, then moved onto the beauty sphere, following up with art and design, and finally, she touched upon Black-owned home decor brands. And if you’re not already well aware of the brands she mentioned, it’s time to familiarize yourself.

“Today is all about Home, decor, and living.” Henson captioned her Feb. 11 Instagram post — the fourth day of posts.

Check out Henson’s go-to Black-owned home decor brands for paint, furniture, linens, and more:


Clare is a paint company founded in 2018 by interior designer Nicole Gibbons, with a focus on being eco-conscious and expertly-curated.

Claude Home

Claude Home is a New York City-based retailer of vintage furniture and design. Each piece sold through Claude Home fits the brand’s modern aesthetic that will last through the ages.

Bolé Road Textiles

Bolé Road Textiles, founded by Hana Getachew, offers a wide variety of textiles, each of which is designed by Getachew in New York and then handwoven in Ethiopia. Bolé Road features bold Ethiopian-inspired colors, motifs, and patterns that are reworked for the modern home.

PUR Home

PUR Home is a line of green and sustainable cleaning products including laundry packs, spray cleaner, castile soap, and dishwashing tabs that are good for the environment. The brand is Leaping Bunny certified, non-toxic, and uses recyclable packaging.

Aya Paper Co.

Aya Paper Co. is a stationery company founded by SaVonne Anderson that uses 100% recycled and sustainable materials. Aya cards and paper products feature natural tones, minimalist design, and celebrate a variety of different sentiments without harming the earth. 

Add these super stylish brands to your shopping list, and check out Henson’s Instagram feed to see her full week of Black-owned business roundups.