September 15th marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the U.S., and, in celebration, we’re thrilled to take a look at some stellar Latinx-owned home businesses. With extra support from Yelp, we’ve pulled together a list of unique homewares shops across the country, all owned by Latinx curators, tastemakers, and home goods lovers.
Whether you're celebrating Latinx culture, showing your support for these growing small businesses, or a mix of both, we hope this round-up serves as an excellent shopping list for National Hispanic Heritage Month and beyond.
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Founded by Lauren (Wiley) Tarullo, this Stockton-based shop prioritizes “lovingly selected housewares, provisions and gifts” that are “predominately women-owned, have a low carbon footprint, and prioritize philanthropic causes in their communities.” Even if you’re not near Stockton, Cena Luna offers online shopping.
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Husband and wife duo Francesca and John founded Casa Bríxe through Francesca’s passion for “sharing the art and culture of Mexico in a true and ethical way.” The store primarily sells artisan-quality wool rugs proudly made by women in Mexico. With their anti-mass production and anti-factory promise, each rug is sold with the knowledge it was created under fair work conditions.
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Nestled in Vancouver Washington, Kindred Homestead Supply is a “low-waste, bulk refillery for home and personal care.” Visit in person or shop online for everything from kitchen brushes to garden supplies. There’s also a vintage section, further showcasing the store's mission to combat fast fashion.
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If you love quirky, desert-inspired housewares, then Mario and Ginger Diaz’s San Antonio-based shop, Ranch Diaz, is a must. Offering handmade items from Mexico, Texas, and the wider world, this shop is all about one-of-a-kind and artisanal items. Online shopping is available.
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With a mission “to empower Latin American artisans by showcasing their unique craft with the world,” Luna Sundara was co-founded by native Peruvian Sandra Manay. The shop has a primary focus on wellness, but also features beautiful handmade Peruvian housewares.
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Revival Vintage originally started as Sonia Rife’s Etsy store, but has since become a locally beloved multi-vendor marketplace that celebrates all things handmade and vintage. The space has been set up with ease and customer service in mind, but if you can’t make it to Austin, be sure to browse their online offerings, too.
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After moving from Brooklyn to California, co-founders and partners Cristina Ramos and Nu Goteh started mandana blvd. Feeling inspired by their own experiences furnishing a home with finds from flea markets, estate sales, and Craigslist, they set out to create a curated shop of beautiful and unique goods. Derived from “the Persian word for eternal,” mandana blvd “offers a thoughtful collection of vintage, bohemian, and mid-century pieces that pay homage to the past and embrace modern living.”Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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With its unassuming shopfront, this Orlando-based furniture store is appropriately named. But, once you’re inside the pink doors, you’ll find a huge array of eclectic and vintage furniture. It’s worth noting that Warehaus moves quickly—the showroom is re-stocked regularly, rotating in locally made and sourced goods weekly.
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As a member of the Fair Trade Federation, Zee Bee Market’s main focus is on socially and environmentally conscious items from around the world. Browse their website for the same beautiful offerings you’ll find in store—everything from lighting to entertaining is available.