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There are a million and one ways that anyone can support the Black community, and purchasing items from Black-owned shops is one of the simplest and easiest ways to do it. And it’s especially easy when said shops sell home decor items as beautiful as those listed below. 

From stunning, candy-coated glassware to beautiful, handmade ceramics, the following retailers are full of gorgeous items that will enhance any and every aesthetic. 

 

Ceramic Meltdown

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Helmed by Brooklyn-based ceramic artist, Kyle Scott Lee, Ceramic Meltdown is your one-stop-shop for unique, handmade (and often hand-painted) vases. In addition to being beautiful, many of the vases feature a symbolic message, like the Red Sun Vases, which are meant to symbolize the rising

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Just like pretty much everything else in 2020, this year’s Pride celebrations look a little different than they usually do thanks to the pandemic, but that definitely doesn’t mean you can’t support the LGBTQ+ community in all sorts of creative ways. 

Given that we’re major interior design enthusiasts over here, one of our favorite ways to safely show solidarity and support is by investing in home decor products that are not only Pride-themed but also donate portions of the proceeds to The Trevor Project, the largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ+ youth. 

From gorgeous, sweet-smelling candles from Boy Smells to vibrant catch-all trays and other ceramics from Mark & Graham, the following products will elevate your

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While it goes without saying that having a baby is very exciting, it’s also quite overwhelming for most, particularly for new parents. Given that there are boundless logistics and costs to consider, it can be tough to find enough time to contemplate the style and design of the nursery, even for the most design-savvy parents. 

You can always keep things simple and lean on the traditional hues associated with boys and girls to inform your nursery design, but maybe you want to think outside of the pink-and-blue box to create a more gender-neutral space for your little. If so, then the following tips will make it a breeze to create the gorgeous nursery you’ve always wanted. 

 

Consider Your Colors

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The warm weather of summer brings many of us out to our patios to enjoy al fresco dinners, barbecue lunches, and other fun in the sun. But due to the patio being a largely seasonal space, it tends to get neglected during the rainy and cool months, which can result in a not-so-inviting atmosphere once the good weather hits. 

If your patio could use a little TLC, but you’re not quite sure where to start, then find all the inspiration you need from these stunning patio designs on Instagram. 

 

Rattan furniture is great for outdoor spaces because it can withstand the elements while its organic style blends beautifully with natural surroundings. 

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Most minimalism enthusiasts are probably already familiar with Marie Kondo, the minimalist maven responsible for writing the hit book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and hosting the Netflix Show “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.” 

For those not familiar with Kondo, she’s an avid promoter of reducing the number of miscellaneous things that take up space in our homes and our brains. Thanks to her thoughtful philosophies and techniques, people far and wide have become inspired to cut the clutter in their lives and only keep items that “spark joy.” 

Given that so many people have found success using Kondo’s clutter-reducing methods in their homes, it makes sense that the minimalist authority is now offering us

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From improving your mood, creativity, and productivity to purifying the air you breathe, plants are packed with science-backed benefits that can enhance your quality of life. Not to mention, they have an uncanny ability to improve any aesthetic, instantly adding warmth, movement, and vitality to a look while proving to visitors that you’re capable of caring for another living thing. 

Whether COVID-19 is preventing you from going out or you simply don’t have time to make it to a local plant nursery, there are many online retailers that make buying botanicals a breeze. Of course, not all online plant stores are created equal—you’ll definitely want to shop with a reputable brand that’s known for shipping strong, healthy plants in packaging that will keep

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With the longer, warmer days of summer upon us, many of us are craving more time outdoors. And while COVID-19 makes venturing out to public pools, populated beaches, and busy parks more difficult than in seasons’ past, there’s plenty you can do to your own outdoor space to optimize it for a ton of summer fun—even if said outdoor space only constitutes a tiny balcony or deck. 

The following tips are designed to maximize any outdoor living area, but they’re particularly well-suited to those of us who aren’t working with quite as much square footage as we’d like. 

 

Think Green

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Studies suggest that being around plants can do everything from improve your mental health to your

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Whether you’re navigating the typical stresses of everyday life or, you know, a global pandemic, most of us are happy to do whatever we can to ease life’s stresses and feel a little better each day. And while activities like exercising, spending time with loved ones, and binging great shows are all popular stress-relievers, many people don’t realize that organizing and decluttering your home can reap some very real, science-backed benefits for your emotional health. 

According to a 2009 study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, a cluttered home was linked to homeowners feeling more depressed than those who live in an uncluttered space. And a 2011 study published in the Journal of Neuroscience offers some insight into this link,

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and given that most of us are finding ourselves at home more often than usual right now, it’s a great time to give your mom a gift that will enhance her interior and make quarantine a little more comfortable. And thanks to the internet, you can find the perfect last-minute gift without ever leaving home.

From pre-planted windowsill gardens to custom pet portraits, these gifts are sure to make your mom’s home happier this Mother’s Day. 

 

Floral Press Candle, $15+

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With their beautiful, pressed-flower tops and soothing scents, like Garden Tangerine and Palo Santo Rosewood, these candles will uplift any home they live in. 

 

Self-Care Gift Set, $85

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Self-care is more

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There are a lot of advantages to working from home, like pants-free meetings, no hectic commutes, and our pets as coworkers, to name a few. But if you’ve ever found yourself scrambling to style or clean up your home before a Zoom meeting to ensure your colleagues don’t see you in your full quarantine state, then you know that not every aspect of working from home is easy. 

Fortunately, many home decor and interior design brands have come to the rescue, creating chic interior backgrounds that make it look like you’re living in a pristine, high-style home, even if you’re actually surrounded by laundry, plates, and other quarantine debris. And if you’re one of the few people who have somehow managed to maintain a

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