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3 ways to honor the strength of Black families in your home


Outside of holidays, black history month and graduation season are my favorite times of the year. I can always find a reason to get into crafting, decor, and themes!

This year for black history month, my mind has floated a lot around the black artists that I studied in college to black wall art that my grandparents had in their homes. Wall art is just one way to suggest the strength of black families in the home. And honestly, in my childhood, I feel like there may have not been many more options to boldly display black family aesthetics in the home.

Now fast-forward to a digital era. Creativity has lent its hand at giving people options to find eclectic pieces and a variety of staple pieces for the home. Wall art is still a go-to source for many, while others find new ways to display the versatility and diversity of black family structures.

This year I chose to highlight the Harlem Toile Collection from Sheila Bridges, for more reasons than one! Maybe I'll get to that in a later post, but here I'll focus in on a few products and methods that I am in love with from this girl on fire!

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meet T. Nicole


Hi! I'm T. Nicole a.k.a Designhangover, I'm a city girl who met country scenes early and fell in love with it.  I'm a sweet mix between city, country, and town living.  I've lived in Augusta, GA, Washington D.C. and currently a small rural area in South Carolina. I studied Interior Design and Architecture at my dream college.  Now I'm happy to be back between Georgia and Carolina with my family!

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