Rain Sky Home | 2018 saw the launch of St. Louis, Missouri’s Rain Sky Home Decor. Years of hard work and the introduction of our most successful line, the “Tic Tac Toe Africa” Collection, culminated in our 2019 move to Atlanta, Georgia. Rain Sky Home has relocated to Houston, Texas, and continues its mission of showcasing culturally celebratory artwork and collaborating with community-minded nonprofits. Designed in-house, our Africa Coasters, Tic Tac Toe Africa, and Africa Tray Collections are the first of their type.
Buzzfeed and other major media outlets have highlighted our work, and we’ve sold over 16,000 coasters to date to clients including AT&T and others in the Fortune 500.
As an adoptive and a former foster kid, I’ve always had a strong desire to help marginalized groups. To show young girls and boys who look like me that we can build an unshakeable foundation to uplift the ones who need it, despite the fact that our paths may have had obstacles along the way and that we may not always have had a place to call home.
Together with A Sense of Home, we set aim to end teenage homelessness and furniture poverty in 2022. We’re supporting their work by donating 10% of Marble Africa Collection sales.
Rain Sky Home made history in 2023 when it teamed with Wayfair, the undisputed industry leader in home furnishings, becoming the first black-owned resin artist to do so. Since we first introduced our brand in 2018, we have helped people all over the world “bring culture to the table” with our unique line of home furnishings and artwork. Through our collaboration with Wayfair, we hope to continue our promotion of cultural diversity around the world.
In the coming years, I hope to collaborate with influential businesses, architects, and nonprofits that share our beliefs. Every purchase should provide our increasing group of backers the satisfaction of knowing they are helping those who are marginalized and defenseless.
I hope that as we expand our online store, Rain Sky Home will also become a physical location where artists of all stripes can come to work, make connections, and promote their work. As newcomers to Houston, we can’t wait to make friends in the area and help people who are dedicated to doing great work.
We are confident in our ability to make a significant influence in our local community and to use art as a vehicle for social change if we are provided with the appropriate means, support, and collaboration.