Decorate Your Home & Support Local LGBT Business

Get inspired to create a welcoming and vibrant home while supporting your local LGBTQIA2+ community with these tips and recommendations for shopping from queer-owned home decor businesses.

Decorate Your Home & Support Local LGBT Business
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Date
Jan 4, 2023
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When it comes to decorating your home, it's like painting a masterpiece. Each piece you choose is a brushstroke that helps create a story and character for your space. But just like how artists choose their paint brushes, it's important to choose where you get your home decor from, and how it impacts your community.

Supporting local vendors is like picking your paint from the best art supply store in town. You get unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that you can't find anywhere else and you're putting your money back into the community.

As a member of the LGBTQIA2+ community, supporting vendors who are LGBTQIA2+-owned or -operated is like adding a rainbow stroke to your masterpiece. It's a way to show your support and create a space that truly represents who you are. That's why we've curated a guide to local LGBTQIA2+ home decor vendors in Austin, TX and the surrounding areas. From handmade pottery to custom furniture, these vendors offer a wide range of home decor options that are sure to add some personality and representation to your space.

So next time you're looking to create your home masterpiece, consider supporting local LGBTQIA2+ vendors. You'll be adding character to your space, supporting members of your community and helping to create a more inclusive and vibrant local economy.

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