Did You Spot This Indie Brand in 'Queer Eye: We're in Japan'?

living room with striped couch and three framed geometric prints on the wall
credit: Block Shop

We spent the weekend watching Queer Eye: We're in Japan! and taking notes on designer Bobby Berk's makeovers. We couldn't help but notice a few common items throughout the spaces — specifically from indie brand Block Shop.

The Los Angeles-based business creates its textiles by hand with partner communities in India, and it invests 5% of its yearly profits into "community health and empowerment programs in Jaipur."

In the "Crazy in Love" episode, we spotted a couple of familiar pieces:

living room with dark blue walls
credit: Netflix
geometric print
credit: Block Shop
geometric print
credit: Block Shop

And during "The Ideal Woman," we noticed a couple of prints in Kae and her sister's room, like this one near the window:

pink room with pink steps and a chandelier
credit: Netflix
geometric print
credit: Block Shop

And this one on the way to the upstairs portion of the bedroom (where Kae is shown, understandably, freaking out):

woman coming up stairs of room
credit: Netflix
geometric print
credit: Block Shop

If you're looking for smaller, more affordable pieces, we've picked out a couple other chic options:

notecards with geometric patterns
credit: Block Shop
napkin with geometric pattern and dish nearby
credit: Block Shop

We can't wait to see what Philadelphia-based Season 5 of Queer Eye brings!


Eva Recinos

Eva Recinos

Eva Recinos is an associate editor at Hunker. You can reach her at eva@hunker.com.