Peppy Valentine Has Luxury, Black-Owned Bedsheets With Culture

Peppy Valentine is a one-of-a-kind home decor business, that has just the right bedding to take your bedroom from basic to stunn
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Peppy Valentine is a one-of-a-kind home decor business, that has just the right bedding to take your bedroom from basic to stunning. According to owner Stephanie Kennedy, the bedsheets are “crafted to elevate the experience of culture within your home.”

Peppy Valentine sheets are made from a high-quality fiber blend and feature Ankara prints, which are bright and bold designs often found in West African culture.

Kennedy is an avid traveler, and one of her favorite places to travel is Africa. She has been around the continent numerous times. During her travels, Kennedy couldn’t help but absorb the vibrant cultures and become inspired by the beauty of African fabrics. “I’ve been to Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Gambia, Morocco, and Guinea-Bissau, and while there, I absolutely fell in love with the beautiful and intricate designs of African print and clothing,” Kennedy expressed. These bedsheets were made to highlight the diaspora and to allow everyone to have a piece of heritage with them. The brand plans on expanding its line to include other decor items that will also incorporate African prints. You, too, can bring a little culture into your home with these soft-to-the-touch Kente bed sheets that come in twin, full, queen, and king sizes. “These sheets are embedded with culture,” Kennedy emphasized.

Stephanie Kennedy

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