Interior designer Tracey Hairston of Mocha Girl Place has an eye for color, a passion for pattern and a prolific green thumb. We’re excited to be partnering with her in 2021 as part of the Spoonflower Ambassador Program and thrilled for her to be introducing us to six Black interior designers that have inspired her design direction. From earthy interiors to dreamy design choices, you’ll be ready for your next room refresh after meeting these designers.
Meet Tracey Hairston of Mocha Girl Place
I love to show people how they can create gorgeous spaces in their home on a budget. I use color and texture to create stylish, yet functional spaces throughout my home. I am drawn to earthy rich tones as well as global and Bohemian designs.
For the coming year, I’m seeing spaces with more plants and tons of art trending! We had a lot of downtime last year and a lot of us were able to get creative with art or learning more about plants and incorporating them into our space. Being able to work with your hands is a great way to change up how you design and style your home.
These six designers have all inspired me to be more creative, to use more color and more print and that is because our ancestors have really embedded that into us.