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Black History Month

Join us in celebrating Black-owned shops—this month and every day.

Beautifully, boldly Black

Shop Gee's Bend quilts

Seller Spotlight

The Gee’s Bend Quilters

Discover and own a one-of-a-kind quilt from the women of Gee’s Bend, a rural, Black community in Alabama. Their works are currently in the permanent collections of over 20 museums and—for the first time!—are available for purchase online.

Learn their stories

Amplify Black artistry

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Melissa Koby of M. Koby Art

Let the pieces from this Miami-based illustrator serve as a powerful reminder that art can make any space happier and homier. “Everything I create is based on my mood and emotions at the time,” says Melissa. “I’m able to translate what I feel to imagery, and there’s real intention and meaning behind every drawing.”

Meet Melissa

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Natalie Blamire of Natalie Gaynor Designs

With lush florals and looping lettering, this talented UK textile artist creates gallery wall-worthy hoops stitched with heartfelt messages, and curates DIY kits to help shoppers do the same. “You’re giving somebody the opportunity to learn a skill,” she says. “That in itself is a life-long gift.”

Read Natalie’s story

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