Who Are the Makers of HGTV Urban Oasis 2020
Discover some of the artists and independent designers behind the furnishings of HGTV Urban Oasis 2020. Plus, learn about some of our other favorite makers and places to shop small.
From custom artwork to handcrafted textiles, the HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 is full of beautiful pieces that create a one-of-a-kind look. We're sharing some of the amazing makers as well as other inspirational designers and small shops to infuse your home with a style all your own.
This Brooklyn-based studio works with artisans in Ethiopia, where all their pieces are handwoven. This lightweight and versatile throw is made from 100 percent Ethiopian cotton and a colorful, cozy addition to your living room, bedroom or outdoor space.
An easy and budget-friendly way to fill out your art collection is with printable pieces on Etsy. This typography print representing a myriad of skin tones finds a place of honor in the neutral-and-blush gallery wall in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 guest bathroom.
Bring history and diversity into your home with these gorgeous reproductions of folk-art paintings. This giclee fine art print is a replica of a piece painted in 1944 by African-American artist William H. Johnson, titled "Three Little Children."
One of artist Collen Elizabeth's paintings sits in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 living room, and it only takes a quick scroll through her website to see her unique perspective and sense of wonder. This piece is named after the Gaelic deity of weather and available in eight sizes.
Olive Branch Print Shop offers a collection of kid- and adult-friendly digital downloads that speak to inclusiveness and the power of kindness. A portion of each purchase goes to Covenant House, an organization dedicated to helping homeless, runway and trafficked youth.
Hanging in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 studio is this empowering print. The high-quality jpeg is sent directly to your inbox so that you can download, print and frame for your own space. Purchasing digital downloads of original artwork is an important way to support independent artists and freshen up your home in a snap.
Janine Lecour is a surface pattern designer with eye-catching collaborations, including Spoonflower, Casetify and Printed Village. We're a fan of her work on Society6 since we can buy her stunning prints in different mediums, such as this "Bee Garden" wood wall art.
Handcrafted in Westchester, N.Y., these sheets are made from 100 percent heirloom-quality linen sourced from Italy and Belgium. Founder Jason Evege worked in New York City's garment center before using his expertise to create Linoto and luxury artisanal linen products.