Canada is home to an abundance of talent. And when it’s time to shop, we’re always on the lookout for ways to support local creators. In honour of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite home decor items made by Asian-Canadian artists. Find everything from hand-poured candles to planters from these awesome businesses.
This delicious candle combines green tea, brown sugar, milk, and honey notes. Once you burn it, your home will smell just like your favourite summer drink: bubble tea! Bubble Tea Soy Candle, Apothegeri, $18.
Rupi Kaur is one of today’s most beloved poets, and she’s Canadian! This gorgeous embroidered tapestry features a passage from one of her most beloved poems. We love how it serves as a daily reminder to slow down and stay present. ‘always evolving’ Embroidered Tapestry, Rupi Kaur, $105 USD.
Did you know mandarin oranges are considered to bring good fortune? According to symbols of the Chinese New Year, this citrus fruit also brings abundance and happiness – which we always strive for in our lives. Dishcloth-Mandarins, Stephanie Cheng, $7.
Turn up the coziness in your home with more ambient lighting options. This LED night light doubles as a piece of art. LED Night Light, SOOWORKS, $87.
Coasters don’t need to be an eyesore. These sleek and customizable options will compliment any modern, minimalist aesthetic. Leather Coasters (Set of 4), Illo Leather, $40.
Snacks are a big part of Filipino food culture, which might be why some of our favourite treats originate from The Philippines. If these snacks bring back good memories, this is the art piece for you. Cute Filipino Snacks Art Print, patrixai, $5.
We love to switch up the scent of our homes depending on the season. And when it comes to spring and summer, floral scents are a perfect fi. Treat yourself to t stunning hand-poured candle that smells as good as it looks. Anemone Floral candle, ZOETSTUDIO, $28.