Cultural Dopeness!

Oakland, California 163 Sales On Etsy since 2016

4.5 out of 5 stars (32)


Cultural Dopeness!

Oakland, California | 163 Sales

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Donielle Woods

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Donielle Woods

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Last updated on Sep 2, 2019

I am back!
If your looking for more great African/African American Home Decor products please check out:


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4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • M on Jan 11, 2020

    5 out of 5 stars

    Pretty and eye catching. Arrived in a timely fashion.

  • delina on Oct 9, 2019

    5 out of 5 stars

    I ordered and they gave me a date and the pckage came early. I will shop again.

  • Jennifer on Aug 17, 2019

    5 out of 5 stars

    Pretty wreath. Pretty shade of purple/ burgundy.

  • Wonna on Jul 5, 2019

    4 out of 5 stars

    I really like the curtains. The reason why I gave it 4 stars was because I wish it had backing on the curtains. Over all, I have gotten complements on the curtain. I wish I could upload a picture but I wasn't able to on this review.

  • Krystle on Jun 21, 2019

    5 out of 5 stars

    I put my whole foot in my mouth😂 i sadly didn't know what a duvet was and was ignorant, I chatted with donielle and she schooled me, I put a queen comforter inside the duvet cover and it looks ahhhhh may zing, 😀😁amazing!!!!! It looks nice on my vintage book shelf bed 👑📚 and goes great with my Afrocentric free spirit room! Thank you, AfrochicBoutique 😇😍😘💙💙💙💛💛💛 I love it!!!!!

About TheAfroChicBoutique

Sales 163
On Etsy since 2016

I am a maker of beautiful things

Welcome to the AfroChicBoutique!
About the Shop: Thank you for taking the time to check out my shop! The AfroChic Boutique is dedicated to developing creative and unique Afrocentric home décor and products.

About the Wreaths: While working at an African-American museum as a museum educator it was part of my responsibilities to create arts and crafts for kids that were African and/or African-American inspired. While shopping at Michael’s craft store (every month) I noticed how the wreaths on the wall would change with every season (Halloween in October, Thanksgiving in November, etc.) In December I noticed the usual Christmas wreaths and noticed a Hanukkah one…which then made me ask myself “where are the Kwanzaa wreaths?” When February of that year came, I saw wreath for Valentine’s Day and even some for St. Patrick’s Day and again I asked myself “where are the African-American wreaths? Do African-American wreaths exist? Don’t Black People buy wreaths? So, seeing a glitch in the market I set out to answer my own questions. I wondered if I made beautiful, unique, well-made wreath that reflected the beauty of African-American history and culture would somebody buy it. And so, I began my quest

About Me: I’m a woman who LOVES African and African-American home décor and products! I could live in a museum. I enjoy traveling and have lived many placed throughout the county. I am now settled down in my hometown of Oakland, CA.

Production partners

  • BespokeBinny

    London, England

    Manufacture of home decor products

  • Lakay Designs Company

    Denver, CO


  • shades

    Los Angeles, CA

    make great things

  • AfroPop

    D.C., United States

    AfroPop African American Home Décor and related products

  • Stuff n Things

    San Francisco, CA


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