18 Black-Owned Etsy Shops to Bookmark for All Year Round

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Welcome to Small Business Week! Join us in celebrating local shops, mom-and-pops, and more.

Shopping for a new mirror or looking for a unique gift? That's always a good chance to support Black creatives with small businesses. And there's one place we often go to in search of unique finds: Etsy, the online marketplace where you can find goods that make friends go "wait, where did you get that?"

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If you don't quite know where to start, Dayna Isom Johnson, Etsy Trend Expert, tells Hunker that you can "keep an eye on Etsy's Black-owned shops Editors' Picks page to discover more one-of-a-kind finds created by Black sellers in our community."

Even if you aren't quite ready to shop, there are other ways to show your appreciation.

"Shoppers can support specific sellers by sharing their favorite shops on social media or "favoriting' them on their Etsy accounts, which makes it easy to locate the shops whenever they are ready to make a purchase and signs them up for on-sale notifications," Isom Johnson says.

Here are just a few Black-owned Etsy shops to support all year long.

1. Bespoke Binny

Self-described as an "eclectic homeware brand rooted in African expression," Bespoke Binny is all about bringing more joy into interior design and decor. The shop carries lampshades, aprons, oven mitts, napkins, and more — all in bright prints inspired by Ghanian aesthetics.

Our pick:Bespoke Binny African Print Table Runner, $36.47

2. Pepper Palm

Pepper Palm's tagline is "everything botanical," so you know we're automatically interested. Planters like this colorful one make great additions to any side table or desk.

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Our pick:Pepper Palm Prabal Gurung Creator Collab Minimal Pastel Plant Pot, $30

3. Made By Rheal

If you're looking for some colorful accent pieces in your home, shop owner Rheal is here to help. Find everything from handmade coasters to woven throw blankets.

Our pick:Made By Rheal Limited Batch Marbled Glass Coaster (Set of 4), $85

4. Godly Gorgeous

Ready to get organized? This shop features calendars, meal planners, notepads, and more.

Our pick:Godly Gorgeous Happy Illustration Notepad, $12

5. Studio Nom

Looking for a statement wall hanging? Studio Nom creates pieces like this one made of cotton and beech wood and even takes custom orders for wall spaces that might prove a little trickier.

Our pick:Studio Nom House of Harlow 1960 x Etsy Woven Wall Hanging, $246.97

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6. Archer Home Designs

Archer Home Designs is all about creating chic, rustic pieces that let the natural materials shine. This farmhouse console table with wheels can be custom stained based on what style you're looking for.

Our pick:Archer Home Designs Farmhouse Dining Table, starting at $1,200

7. Ignite Your Peace

Candle brand Ignite Your Peace hopes to capture "the essence of your soul in a candle." This candle, meant to clear negative energy, is made of natural soy wax and uses a lead and zinc-free cotton wick.

Our pick:Ignite Your Peace Glass Half Full Candle, $19.27

8. Shop Candice Luter

Using wood and fabric scraps, Candice Luter creates home decor items like this eye-catching half-circle mirror with fringe. Luter was a finalist in the first-ever Etsy Design Awards in the Inventive Decor category.

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Our pick:Candice Luter Half-Circle Fringe Mirror, $300

9. xNStudio

Created by Ugandan and American designer Nasozi, xNStudio features home decor items that incorporate African-inspired textile design. The pillow featured here was a result of the brand's residency at Kokrobitey Institute in Ghana; it was created using the batik technique and was fully handprinted and dyed in Ghana.

Our pick:xNStudio Batik Pillow, $140

11. Mirlande

Mirlande Jean-Gilles creates multilayered artworks, like this collage with an eye-catching green background. Perfect for that empty space that's just waiting to become a gallery wall.

Our pick:Mirlande Collage Art Print, $12

12. The Pink Locket

Technically, this shop focuses primarily on jewelry, but we couldn't help swooning over the jewelry dishes The Pink Locket carries. Perfect for keeping all sorts of knick-knacks in one place.

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Our pick:The Pink Locket Jewelry Dish, $22

13. Blade + Bloom

Blade + Bloom is all about natural, high-quality products. The brand carries items like this candle inspired by "inspired by lounge clothes, zoom meetings, tv binge-watching" and more.

Our pick:Blade + Bloom Soy Candle, $25

14. Charlie Rose Company

Sometimes you just need to light a candle to either get to work or relax before bedtime. Thankfully, Charlie Rose Company has a range of scents for all your needs.

Our pick:Charlie Rose Company Rosemary Sage Candle, $14.50

15. Copper and Brass Paper

You can find plenty of "Afrocentric wrapping paper and gift-giving accessories" with Insta-friendly designs in the work of Copper and Brass Paper. Whether you need a new notebook or weekly planner pad, there's plenty to give your desk some extra style.

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Our pick:Copper and Brass Paper Goal Getter Notebook, $10

16. Uniquely

If you need to unwind after an especially long day, Uniquely definitely has a few options that might help. The brand carries sugar scrubs, bath salts, and soaps in lively colors and scents.

Our pick:Uniquely Almond Coconut Shea Butter Soap, $7.99

17. Candid Art Accessories

All the items in the Candid Art Accessories shop are "influenced by the modern African Diaspora and cosmic geometry." You can find everything from quilts to masks to greeting cards.

Our pick:Candid Art Accessories Grow Card, $5

18. Bedside Glow Candles

Described as "chakra candles for your spiritual wellbeing," Bedside Glow Candles is all about relaxing vibes. The Calming Orchids candle, for example, focuses on the heart chakra — and also brings those spa-like floral notes to your space.

Our pick:Bedside Glow Candles Nag Champa Chakra Candle, starting at $11

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Eva is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers trends, news, and makers for Hunker. Her writing has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Bustle, KCET and more. She is a proud bookworm and organizes her books by color.

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