Bedding Accessories from Black Owned Brands

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This post is dedicated to two African American entrepreneurs and innovators, Sarah E. Goode, and Leonard C. Bailey.  Sarah E. Goode obtained a patent in 1885 for a cabinet folding bed.  The cabinet bed (patent number 322, 177) served as a desk that could be transformed and unfolded into a bed.  It was designed with an appreciation of the small spaces in which many African Americans lived.  In 1899, Leonard C. Bailey invented and patented his folding bed for use in hospitals (patent number 629, 286).  He also noted the bed was practical for storage and easy transport. 

These pioneers helped set the stage for further black entrepreneurship, as their attainments affirmed the notion that with hard work and opportunity, much can be accomplished.  And it is with their legacies in our heart that we review bedding accessories from black owned brands.  These include linens, duvet/comforter covers,  comforters, blankets, satin pillowcases, and bedding options from children and youth brands.  You will find 100+ items.  See the companies and product links below for additional details. 

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  • Aphro Chic @Perigold (advertisement) offers a selection of 300 thread count cotton sateen sheet sets that include a fitted sheet, a flat sheet, and two pillow cases for queen and king sizes.  One pillow case is include with twin size sets.  A selection of duvet covers are also available. 








DAMC Designs (advertisement) offers a selection of bedding that includes duvet covers and comforters. 





  • Justina Blakeney (advertisement) has a selection of cotton duvet and quilt sets that are available at Target.

  • Justina Blakeney designs via Opalhouse are also available at Target (advertisement).  A diverse selection of bedding is offered. These include comforter and sheet sets, comforter and sham sets, percale sheet sets, duvet and sham sets, quilts, and quilt collections. 








  • Off White (advertisement) offers a selection of double bed sets that include a duvet cover, pillow cases, and matching sheet.

  • Sheila Bridges (advertisement) developed her Harlem Toile de Jouy as a clapback against African American stereotypes.  Her signature Harlem Toile de Jouy pattern is available as a bed or headboard in several sizes (i.e., twin, full, queen, king), designs (i.e., square back and art deco), as well as in several colors.  Harlem Toile de Jouy is listed as a “conversational” pattern. 





  • Ulli Home (advertisement) offers a selection of duvet covers in several sizes that are from light weight ultra soft wrinkle free microfibre fabric.  Matching pillow shams are also available. 


  • Beddley offers a selection of 100% cotton duvet covers with a 300 thread count.  Their patented technology makes inserting and removing the duvet easy and convenient.  Nine colors are available, and sizes range from queen/full to king.  














In reviewing these items, I hope you find bedding accessories that work for you.  

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    References

  1. Essington, Amy.  “Sarah E. Goode. (C 1855? – 1905).” 5 November, 2010. https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/goode-sarah-e-c-1855-1905/
  2. Sgamebelluri, Sabriana.  “Leonard C. Bailey (1825 – 1918).”  16 July, 2018.  https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/bailey-leonard-c-1825-1918/
  3. “L. C. Baily Folding Bed.” https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/d1/9b/f5/3e6b35d5319580/US629286.pdf
  4. “Sarah E. Goode Cabinet Bed.”  https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/0c/d4/20/e3dfe1d0327e7e/US322177.pdf

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