To embrace diversity is to embrace homes that feature custom furniture design and bold fabric selections. Our clients are known for adding their spin to the things coming into their homes. From brightly colored sofas to extra long and sometimes extra wide furnishings, they bring their imagination and sense of exploration to the interior design process. The most common theme amongst them being, “I don't want a space that looks like anyone else's.” Even when sharing inspiration images found online, they remark on how they would like to change a color or texture to make things just right. These tweaks and the ability to incorporate culturally relevant artifacts is what makes our jobs as designers both fun and challenging. It is imperative that we have industry partners who understand the temperament of the demographic and who work to empower the designers in our network to serve them. Working together we bring our clients the most intriguing and innovative products on the market.
Black buying power is expected to reach $1.2 trillion this year, and $1.4 trillion by 2020, according to the University of Georgia’s Selig Center for Economic Growth. Black homeowners are venturing into this territory exploring high-end luxury brands like Viking and Sub-Zero while mixing in striking pieces that can be found at mainstream retailers.
The home is the natural next frontier. After leaving our mark on fashion, music, and food, the home will be the next place where we take customization to a whole new level.
The Black Interior Designers Network was established to provide homeowners with access to talented designers of color. It's an exclusive network of companies who are capable of completing interior design projects of various scopes and sizes.
The Black Interior Network has designers in cities across the country. With a membership of just over 126 designers, the Black Interior Designers Network is the largest compilation of black designers working in the country.