20 AAPI and Asian-Owned Home Brands to Support in 2023

20 AAPI and Asian-Owned Home Brands to Support in 2023

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If you’re looking for beautiful, minimalist glassware and floral tea sets, The Qi should be at the top of your list. A few of our favorites include the small rim glasses, glass cups with saucers and the popular Bloom Glass Teapot — all designed to support your daily tea ritual.

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The Sill

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Voted our best overall place to shop plants online, The Sill offers a wide selection of houseplants and floral bouquets alongside beautiful planters and trendy home decor (hint: plant shelves). Search for plants that are easy-care, low-light tolerant or pet-friendly — or, explore its collection of faux and preserved plants.

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Founded by two friends, Material Kitchen offers modern kitchenware for home cooks. There’s simple ceramic dishware, clever tools and knives (including a magnetic knife stand), glassware and cooper pan sets.

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Here for the Burn sells statement soy candles in four popular scents: musky rose and amber, mango guava, Moroccan amber and spices and evergreen. A few of their cheeky phrases include “main character energy,” “out of office” and “I’m not like a regular mom, I’m a cool mom!”

With a commitment to affordability and sustainability, Sabai Design offers made-to-order sofas, sectionals, armchairs and ottomans. Choose from three leg finishes and 10 different fabrics (which are either recycled velvet or upcycled poly). The modern home brand also sells throw pillows and slipcovers in an array of colors.

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Jung Lee NY offers beautiful and one-of-a-kind pieces fit for entertaining. Browse chic homeware for the living room and dining room, which includes everything from coasters, vases and trays to platters, pitchers and glassware.

Specializing in Chinese porcelain, Wing On Wo & Co. is the oldest store in New York City’s Chinatown — but you can also shop their unique homeware online. Browse hand-painted planters, creative vases and colorful tableware like bowls, cups and teapots. The brand also offers an Artistic Line, which are collections made in collaboration with Asian American creatives.

Lu France Interiors

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From naturally dyed textiles and soy candles to handmade home decor and original artwork, Lu France Interiors offers a collection of curated home decor from artisans and small businesses around the world. Just note that because everything is handmade, inventory may vary.

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Graphic designer Melissa Ahlgren creates colorful homeware and paper products, from bedding, throw pillows and shower curtains to framed prints, notebooks and phone cases. The Ahlgren Collage is popular for its vibrant colors and cheery patterns.

With a family history in cast iron mastery, the Hijikata brothers, Kuni and Tomo, decided to continue the legacy and start making cast iron cookware. Vermicular sells oven pots, frying pans and a Musui-Kamado induction cooker that embraces a Japanese technique known as “waterless cooking.”

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Selling a collection of cotton towels and bath sheets, Onsen hopes to make daily shower routines more enjoyable. The brand — which also has a bath robe — offers a number of colors, including denim, forest, brown, black, oatmeal and ochre.

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Not only does this brand sell a large selection of sake, Tippsy also offers beautiful and unique sakeware — think glasses, carafes, sake warmers and masu boxes. Pieces range from colorful and eclectic to neutral and minimalist.

Committed to a better night’s sleep, Luna sells different styles of weighted blankets. Added bonus? The two most popular styles (cotton and cooling) have earned nearly five-star ratings. The brand also has weighted blanket covers and orthopedic pillows.

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Find striking, handmade ceramics that elevate any interior in an instant at Virginia Sin. The brand sells artistic and abstract pieces in the form of wall hooks, candelabras, fruit bowls, book ends and planters. The design team also creates unique lighting fixtures (although they’re a bit pricey).

Elevate your home scent — and your personal scent — with Boy Smells. The trendy brand has a large selection of candles and room sprays — plus, body care and fine fragrances. Choose from an array of delicious and unique scents, which are even ranked by “scentensity.”

Relax and unwind with super-aerated foam pillows, thanks to WAVY. The sleep brand offers two plush, cooling pillows: COVE for side sleepers and SWELL for all sleepers. They also sell gentle laundry detergent so you can safely machine wash your pillows.

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Playful, artistic and colorful are three ways to describe Poketo‘s functional collection of stationery and home goods. Abstract dinnerware, geometric coasters and their Double Wall Groovy Cups, made of hand-blown glass, are a few of our favorites.

What started as a small store in New York City’s Chinatown in 1971 has turned into an iconic Asian emporium with everything from home furnishings and art to snacks. Pearl River has unique ceramics, cookware, dishware and decorative items like lighting, bedding and vases.

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Associate Lifestyle Editor

Alyssa Gautieri (she/her) is the associate lifestyle editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers all things home and interior design. Prior to joining GH in 2022, she wrote for publications including ELLE Decor, Chairish, BobVila.com, Unique Homes Magazine and LODGING Magazine, in addition to crafting product copy for home brands like BrylaneHome and VIGO Industries.

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