Protests for the Black Lives Matter movement are still going strong worldwide, and we all need to do our part to assist the black community. As we’ve previously stated, the Acme family is adamant about using our platform to show our support for the cause. Last week, we shared some of our favorite black female artists, and today we’re sharing some of our favorite black interior designers. Check them out below!
Designer Linda Hayslett has created LH.Design with a strong fashion and entertainment background. Her interiors always have a warm touch that is often missed when clients hire only a contractor or architect for their project. By infusing a construction team with design, LH. Designs uniquely makes the client’s project not only aesthetically pleasing but can raise the property’s value higher than expected.
Find more about Linda and her work at https://www.lhdesigned.com/ or check out her Instagram @lhdesigned
Right-Meets-Left Interior Design
Courtney McLeod is the founder and principal of Right Meets Left Interior Design, an award-winning, full-service design studio located in the heart of the Flatiron District in Manhattan. Courtney brings a sophisticated view to her rooms, informed by her Creole background and extensive travels throughout Europe and Asia. She also guides each client on how best to invest their financial resources and takes great pride in rigorous project management.
Find more about Courtney and her work at http://www.rightmeetsleftdesign.com/ or check out her Instagram @rightmeetsleftinteriordesign
Coco, a Los Angeles native, leads a double life: an executive by day and an interior design blogger and home furnishings designer by night. Coco’s interior design blog, COCOCOZY, provides design and style inspiration with a personal and sometimes humorous approach. Coco took her passion one step further when she introduced the Cococozy textiles collection to the home furnishings market, as well as an assortment of home accessories.
Find more about Coco and her work at https://cococozy.com/ or check out her Instagram @cococozy
Husband-and-wife team Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason started AphroChic as a blog before quickly expanding into creative fields such as interior design, product design, fashion, and content creation. The couple has recently launched AphroChic Magazine, bringing all of their talents together in a single platform.
Find more about their work at https://www.aphrochic.com/ or check out her Instagram @aphrochic
The Black Interior Designers Network, a nonprofit organization providing resources and business opportunities that allow black designers to flourish, is another great source for finding your future interior designer.
Don’t forget to follow these designers on Instagram, share their work, and consider hiring them the next time your home needs a little spicing up!