8 LGBTQI-Owned Home Decor Brands to Shop During Pride Month (and Every Month)

8 LGBTQI-Owned Home Decor Brands to Shop During Pride Month (and Every Month)

Pride Month is a celebration of the strides made in LGBTQI+ representation globally and a chance to spotlight LGBTQI+-owned businesses. One great way to commemorate the month (and every month) is by shopping at queer-owned businesses for your home.

While there’s no shortage of Pride collections available at large box stores, shopping directly at LGBTQI-owned brands and stores helps support the community and introduces you to unique creations and curations with authentic stories behind them.

If you’re wondering where to get started, we’ve rounded up eight LGBTQI-owned brands, shops, and collections that are creating beautiful homewares worth putting on your radar. From splashy tablewares to heirloom-grade cabinetry hardware, there’s something for everyone in this celebratory edit.

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<p>Very Gay Paint</p>

If you’ve ever found yourself day dreaming about a custom room mural only to face the reality that you lack the artistic skills to bring one to life, you’re in luck. Nicholas Scheppard and Jenson Titus are the masterminds (and artists) behind Very Gay Paint, a custom mural-painting company based out of Los Angeles.

Contact Scheppard and Titus and they’ll band together with you to create a custom mural to adorn your walls. The pair is best known for their retro postmodern-style graphics that will give any room a cool 70s room feel, but they offer illustrative mural options as well.

For those who aren’t in the L.A. area, but want to throw down some of this duo’s magic, check out their custom rug curation which is available online.

<p>Biss Botanicals</p><p>Biss Botanicals</p>

For a sensational selection of plants, planters, textiles, rugs, glitter, and glassware, head to Biss Botanicals. Headquartered in Salem, Massachusetts, (in what was once a 1970s-era hair salon), Biss Botanicals is both a woman-owned small business and Massachusetts’ first LGBTQ-owned plant shop.

You can visit them in person, or shop their goods online, including a gorgeous selection of vintage rugs.

Part of what makes Boss Botanicals so special is that it aims to be more than just a shop that sells, meaning the team also emphasizes sharing insights about its offerings.


It’s rare for an online market to capture the magic of a physical store, but that’s exactly what Minna—and its beautifully intentional curation—does.

Founded by Sara Berks, MINNA offers small-batch, handmade goods that are meant to endure. From pillows and textiles, every item sold at MINNA, (no matter how small), feels special enough to stand on its own as a gift 

If you visit, be sure to check out Berks’s exclusive line of wallpaper, rugs, and art pieces. Featuring her shape explorations in soothing, tonal colorways, her pieces are truly captivating.

<p>Malin + Goetz </p><p>Malin + Goetz </p>

Founded by Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz who set out to demystify skincare in 2004, Malin + Goetz has since evolved into homewares, carrying a line of minimalist candles that are sure to tempt any design lover. 

Showcasing unique scents like vetiver, bergamot, and tomato (a crowd favorite), Malin + Goetz candles clearly display the brand’s philosophy that less is better.

While browsing, be sure to check out Malin + Goetz’s fragrances and soaps, which are perfect for complementing their candles in a guest bath.

<p>Modern Matter</p><p>Modern Matter</p>

Eddie Ross, the designer, has an eye for vintage treasures which are put on full display in his collection for Modern Matter, a one-time jewelry atelier that has since grown into a premium home fashion brand.

Filled with pieces beautiful enough to wear, Ross reimagines escutcheons, crests, shields, and intaglios into modern hardware ready to adorn everything from newly-made cabinets to vintage secretaries and buffets.


Nathan Turner is known as a renaissance man, merging design, travel, and food into a truly charming lifestyle brand.

Riffing off his love for his native Northern California, Turner’s fabric collection for Wallshoppe is an ode to Californian hallmarks like quail, poppies, and oak leaves.

Explore the nostalgic line of timeless prints on linen fabrics, perfect for whipping up pillows, curtains, tablecloths, lampshades, or whatever your imagination can dream up.

<p>Fredericks & Mae</p><p>Fredericks & Mae</p>

Armed with a self-described mission to “bring objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills,” Gabriel Cohen and Giovi Signorile founded Fredericks & Mae in 2007.

Shop the Fredericks & Mae site to explore its founders’ vast self-made line that includes everything from plastic confetti-style cutting boards to colorful horse hair tassels.

Elsewhere in their curation, you’ll find artful objects from artisans and makers who champion playfulness and whimsicality in their work.

<p>Darling Spring</p><p>Darling Spring</p>

With a name that nods to spring, the season of growth and change, Darling Spring is a home decor shop that is dedicated to promoting and nurturing female designers.

Founded by Banu Tanguler and Eric Serbetci, Darling Spring’s edit includes pieces designed to help you cultivate enthusiasm in daily rituals, such as joyful-feeling brooms, towels, colanders, and more.

If you visit, be sure to check out Darling Spring’s in-house enamel-made pieces. Their flashback colander is a longtime favorite that’s sure to brighten any kitchen.

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