PEOPLE Editors' Favorite Black-Owned Brands to Shop This Black History Month — and Always!

Sabai Design

This direct-to-consumer furniture company makes just a handful of pieces — a sofa, a sectional, and an ottoman — but they fit with endless styles. Crafted in the U.S., their items are made of sustainable, recycled materials and arrive right to your door ready to assemble.

Buy it! $1,095;

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Los Angeles artist K’era Morgan creates home goods including luxurious tapestries, knit blankets, throw pillows and notebooks (made in the USA!) featuring the stylish abstract prints of her mixed-media fine art. 

Buy It! $178;

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Morning Joy Co.

What better way to immortalize grandma’s legendary recipe than by creating a new heirloom. The couple behind Fort Worth, Texas-based Morning Joy Co. make stunning, one-of-a-kind cutting boards laser engraved in your loved one’s original handwriting. 

Buy It! $59, 

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Eco Vibe

This Portland, Oregon, shop ships the trendiest house plants (and everything you need to tend to them) nationwide. Our pick: the 5-piece first-time plant parent kit that includes a spray sprinkler watering can; your choice of one of 5 plants; a copy of How to Raise a Plant (and Make It Love You Back) and more.

Buy It! $60; 

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Justina Blakeney’s lifestyle empire started in her own plant-filled bungalow, the “jungalow,” and she’s since brought her bohemian vision to life in products ranging from wallpaper to band-aids. (She also just became Target’s newest Home Style Expert!) Her latest creations include this leafy and lush Aja wallpaper print.

Buy it! $175 per roll,

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Clare Paint

Shopping this modern paint brand, founded by former fashion PR pro Nicole Gibbons, is far from the hardware store experience. Find inspiration on her site, then choose from colors like Rosé Season and Money Moves. They’ll send swatches, paint and any supplies you need to your door.

Buy it! $54 per gallon,

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Jeanine Hays runs a lifestyle magazine, a decorating business (she recently worked on Orange Is the New Black’s Danielle Brooks’ New York home) and an online shop, where you can buy items like these Cameroonian-inspired “juju hats,” which she makes in collaboration with South Carolina-based Maman Afrique Boutique and uses as wall decor.

Buy it! from $395;

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Byron and Dexter Peart, the founders of cult-favorite travel accessories line WANT Les Essentiels, have branched out into home goods — selling ethically-made and impeccably-designed furniture and accessories by a collective of designers. The Bassi market tote seen here was designed by the pair in collaboration with Cartiera, a social cooperative dedicated to empowering asylum seekers and migrants.

They also just launched a 100-piece collaboration with Nordstrom — and everything’s under $100!

Buy it! $199,

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Founder Ashley Fouyolle sells paper gift wrap ($18), reusable fabric wrap ($38), cards ($6.50) and more, in original patterns from a group of artist collaborators. Patterns range from tropical leaves to an abstract depiction of women of all colors that looks more like fine art than run-of-the-mill wrapping paper.

Thanks to a new collaboration, Unwrp designs are now available at West Elm — including some gorgeous throw pillows!

Buy it! Items from $6.50,

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Worthy and Badass

If you can dream it, Worthy and Badass can cut, carve or stamp it. Creator Justine Wiggins, who’s also a member of the Army Reserve, sells highly-giftable items from serving spoons and personalized bookmarks to jewelry and cheeky keychains out of her North Carolina studio.

Buy it! $10,

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Nicole Crowder Upholstery 

Washington, D.C.-based upholsterer Nicole Crowder’s main business is recovering custom furniture for private design clients, but she also sells colorful one-of-a-kind cushions with her favorite patterned fabrics. They’re intended as “meditation pillows,”  but also make for a stylish decorative accent. (Feeling ambitious? She’s also offering virtual upholstery workshops!)

Buy it! $90;

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54Kibo, named for the peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro, is an online marketplace stocked with the goods of 30 differen creators. Founder Nana Quagraine sells everything for the home from pendant lights and full-size furniture to knit kids’ toys and soft goods, like the Gabi Ethiopian throw blanket, above.

Buy it! $155,

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Aya Paper Co.

Good vibes and healthy reminders are the MO for this paper goods company, which offers calendars that keep you focused, birthday cards for when you accidentally weren’t, and much more. Bonus: It’s all eco-friendly! 

Buy it! $24;

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The founders of clean beauty company Glory pride themselves on “putting women of color at the center of everything we do.” Their Spring Candles Set is designed to brighten up any space and promote relaxation. The Cozy-Up candle features notes of lemon, bergamot, cashmere and white musk, while Groove is infused with eucalyptus and mint. 

Buy it! $40 for set of 2,

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Kultured Kitchens

Dinnerware brand Kultured Kitchens offers plates, bowls, mugs and more that are inspired by African cultures. Though they offer many different designs, the salad plate seen here is decorated with their “Zulu” pattern — inspired by the Zulu people of South Africa. The company explains that the pattern is based off a sacred cloth typically created as “an intricate message of love from wife to warrior.” 

Buy it! $18 for plate,

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Be Rooted

Founded by Jasmin Foster, Be Rooted is a stationary brand aiming to disrupt the industry with “inclusive and celebratory designs” for all. They create notebooks, stickers, and these cute pencils, designed for anyone who needs a little motivation while writing. Each features gold foil lettering that reads, “Keep killin it!” 

Buy it! $6 for 6,

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