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If you’re looking for a way to show some love to your favorite Black-owned home brands today — and all day every day — we’ve rounded up some products from our favorite businesses for you to check out.
From stunning, delicate champagne glasses and 100% linen sheets to a very convenient, sustainable toilet paper subscription service (it’s so amazing) and stunningly cozy blankets, these are the products you’re definitely going to want to add to your home. Plus, there’s always a reason to zhuzh up your home. After all, you do spend most of your time there!
Scroll down to shop some of our favorite home products from Black-owned brands and learn a little bit more about the people behind them.
1. Estelle Colored Glass Champagne Coupe (Set of 6), $205
The easiest way to upgrade your home decor is to deck out your bar cart with eye-catching stemware. These champagne coupes by Stephanie Summerson Hall of Estelle Colored Glass are so pretty and delicate that your guests just might want to take them home with them.
Inspired by an antique glass collection, each glass is handblown and comes in a variety of colors — but we’re obviously obsessed with the rose pictured above.
2. Linoto 100% Linen Sheet Sets, $299
If you’re on the hunt for sustainable, 100% linen bedding, then Linoto is your dream. Founded by Jason Evege, Linoto sells top-tier linen sheet sets sourced from Italy and Belgium. While you’re there, also take advantage of the linen towels, boxer shorts, and dining essentials. An extra bonus: Everything ships in plastic-free packaging.
3. LooHoo Cream Wool Dryer Balls, $28.95
Not having to use dryer sheets ever again? Game changer. LooHoo created their wool dryer balls as an energy-saving alternative to dryer sheets. They’ll leave your clothes oh-so-soft and even help reduce dry time by allowing more air to circulate around your wet laundry in the dryer.
Plus LooHoo’s unique manufacturing technique makes their wool durable enough to last hundreds of loads. Just throw one or two in the dryer and that’s it!
4. Johanna Howard Cozi Throw, $175
All you have to do is take a look at the name of this throw blanket again and know that it will give you the softest, coziest snuggle of your entire life. The wool gives it warmth and the cotton makes it soft and light. While this taupe colorway is the stuff of neutral dreams, the throw blanket also comes in eight different colors.
Psst: There’s also a reversible design, so you have unlimited options to style it in your home!
5. Reel Premium Bamboo Toilet Paper, $39.99 or $32.99/month
Not only does Reel deliver a plastic-free, biodegradable box of toilet paper to your house at your selected frequency, but it also offers the most sustainable toilet paper on the market.
Nigerian-born Derin Oyekan and Livio Bisterzo started Reel Paper based on the principles of reducing waste, conscious consumerism, sustainability and providing access to clean toilets for those in need. You can read more about their mission here.
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