In the 1970s and 80s, when the Black community was growing, architects and designers across the country were drawn to a vision of a more inclusive, less racist landscape.
They created homes that reflected their own ethnic heritage and cultures.
This design ethos was embodied in the African American home, which, along with the modern design of the house itself, is still used to this day.
But it wasn’t until the 1990s, with the advent of the internet and the emergence of Black communities around the world, that the designs and aesthetics of these homes were brought into the mainstream.
In an effort to bridge the gap, designers around the country started creating African-inspired homes.
In the process, they also created a movement of Black designers and architects who wanted to bring this culture back to the mainstream, but without being afraid of being seen as racist.
In 2006, the Black home craze caught on with designers across America, and now, nearly every major American city has a Black home design craze going.
I have the pleasure of sharing with you a few of my favorite designs.
I’m excited to share with you that some of these are available for purchase on Etsy.
I wanted to show you a couple of these designs that I’ve been able to purchase.
The first of these is from a family of three from Dallas, Texas.
This home is inspired by the African-African theme of the home, as it features two bedrooms and a two-car garage.
It is a beautiful, vibrant, and eclectic home.
There are three different styles of the design, but the first one I’m sharing is the African theme.
It features the “lonely” African American, and the “mixed race” African-Asian theme.
This style has an elegant yet elegant look to it, and a strong emphasis on the African culture.
These two designs, one by James Jones and one by Sarah Wilson, are both from Chicago, and they have a very different look and feel to them.
In both of these examples, the African home has an African motif on the roof, and it’s almost like a modernist interpretation of a traditional African home.
They have the same black fabric and design that was originally used in the houses of the early 1900s, but now it’s embellished with a bright color scheme.
Sarah Wilson is the owner of Black House Design, and her designs are very much inspired by her African home experience.
She’s the designer behind the Black House, a beautiful African home that is inspired and designed in the spirit of the African tradition.
The Black House is one of the most popular and successful Black home designs in the world.
If you’re a Black designer looking to make a Black-themed design, this might be a great time to look into it.
Some of the best Black home designers are incorporating African-themed elements into their designs.
Sarah Wilson is one such designer.
She has created a series of beautiful African homes inspired by different cultures around the globe, including South Africa, Kenya, and Namibia.
Like any other designer, Sarah Wilson has to make sure that the design doesn’t reflect the racial and cultural backgrounds of the owner.
In her case, the owner is an African-Canadian woman named Lisa K. Wilson.
Lisa’s home is a classic African-Indian home, inspired by a traditional home built in the late 19th century.
Her design is very much a work of art in itself.
Her home features traditional African furnishings and designs, as well as a modern design.
It has an old-world look to the interior.
Lisa’s house is one I am very proud to own.
It’s a great example of the kind of African design that can be found in a modern home.
This home is very visually appealing, and I love how it evokes an African heritage in its design.
My favorite design is by Dina Alston, and this home is from Georgia.
It features an African design inspired by African heritage and is a wonderful example of an African home with an African theme, as this home also features traditional designs.
As a black woman, I know how important it is for me to be able to walk into my own home, and know that I’m part of this house.
I feel like this home represents my home and culture, and is an example of how I can feel proud of my heritage.
For me, this home looks like it’s from the 1940s, and as a child growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, I had the chance to visit the homes of African Americans.
I love the African style of the roof design, the elaborate designs, and also the intricate details in the woodwork.
When I was growing up, I used to play around in my neighborhood in Atlanta.
I remember when I was a kid, we used to gather at