May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month and many motifs that are popular in the United States come from countries located in these regions. We’re celebrating their cultural influence by rounding up picks of Asian-American artists’ work that would be beautiful additions to your home.
Striped Scallop Washi Tape
This bright adhesive can be used to create accent walls, cover surfaces for a pop of color, or create bright frames for photos or hanging posters. Washi tape is made from Japanese paper and is also great for crafts like scrapbooking or journaling.
This print of a Shiba and Buddha is great for a zen space. This seller specializes in Shiba prints but also offers custom pet portraits. The sumi ink used to create their art is a medium, traditionally made from lamp soot or burnt pine, used in Japan and China.
This wooden frame has floral engraving with gold accents that fit the brown and green hue. You have the option to add a personal message, and can even customize the message with a handwritten note engraved on the back for a heartfelt photo display.
A small tray can be used to display items like crystals, jewelry, or candy. Customers rave about these durable concrete trays that are made with cork bottoms. The trays come in 6 colors and would be perfect in a bedroom, bathroom, or living room.
This handmade soapdish is a great focal piece for a bathroom. It is unassuming yet has a lot of character due to its unusual shape, and the spout drains excess water. It comes in neutral tones so you easily match it to your bathroom decoration.
Typically, scone fixtures are for lighting, but this scone has been transformed to host an air plant or other succulents. Of course, if you’re crafty enough you can use it to anchor string lights or other hanging decorations.