We are trou­bled by the unlaw­ful and appalling tar­get­ing of Asian Amer­i­cans and feel strong­ly for sup­port­ing #stopaapi­hate ini­tia­tives. We also stand with pub­li­ca­tions like House Beau­ti­ful and Van­i­ty Fair which are high­light­ing busi­ness­es owned by Asian Amer­i­cans. Here are some AAPI busi­ness­es we would like to show you that offer a wide-vari­ety of prod­ucts from love­ly bespoke-style vas­es to clas­sic porce­lain home goods, from plants and flow­ers to bath balms to excite your flower enthusiast.

The shop is a curat­ed col­lec­tion of home decor, rugs, fur­ni­ture, light­ing, and more.

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The “best home store in the U.S.”  by House Beau­ti­ful mag­a­zine is a brick and mor­tar shop based in Char­lotte, North Car­oli­na with exten­sive online offer­ings, too!

Sage Col­lec­tive ties Chi­nese cul­ture with the rest of the world through a col­lec­tion of arti­sanal home goods, tea, tools, and more.

This duo makes ceram­ics in New York City that fea­ture a delight­ful col­lec­tion of vases!

This is a tru­ly clever name for a busi­ness that sells plants, flow­ers and pots for your “win­dow sill.” With stores in New York, LA and  San Fran­cis­co, there are lots of ways to shop with them.

Locat­ed in the heart of New York City, Pearl Riv­er Mart was found­ed in 1971 by hus­band and wife Ming Yi and Chi­na Yeh Chen to offer prod­ucts from Chi­na. “Today, Pearl Riv­er is a beloved New York insti­tu­tion and a sym­bol for the cre­ativ­i­ty and inge­nu­ity of Asian Amer­i­cans in this coun­try.” — Pearl Riv­er Website

The old­est store in Chi­na­town, New York, USA has been sell­ing qual­i­ty porce­lain ware since 1925.

To help you get through your next ven­ture, this Sedona, Ari­zona-based busi­ness spe­cial­izes in bath soaks and body scrubs that are made to sooth and calm your body and soul through the use of Tachy­on which the com­pa­ny describes as “a meta­phys­i­cal ener­gy that pos­i­tive­ly ampli­fies your intentions.”

Para Sa’Yo (which means “For You” in Taga­log) was start­ed by Michele and Anna-Marie Josue, two Fil­ip­ina-Amer­i­can sis­ters who share both a love of com­mu­ni­ty and life­long love of shop­ping and the art of gift-giving.