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Latino Holiday Gifts for The Home – 2022 Holiday Gift Guide

Here are our favorite gifts for the home by Latino businesses. Find the perfect decoration or accent for your loved ones’ spaces.

Macrame Hanging Rope Lamp

$98.10

This delicate and trendy Macrame Hanging Rope Lamp is perfect for the obsessed decorator who is always lookig for unique items for their home.

It features:
– Plug-in Pendant
– Length is 8 feet
– On/off switch located in light socket
– Macramé is handmade with natural cotton rope

*indoor use only
*light bulb is NOT included

HANDMADE IN THE USA (TEXAS)







Jessica Meléndez

Founder

Jessica Meléndez, the owner and artist behind SITOS is a Colombian designer living in sunny Texas and deeply in love with the ancient art of Macramé.

Jessica herself, designs and creates every Macramé piece that you see in the shop. Most products are made to order and packed with love by Jessica herself.

She has also recently started experimenting different crafts like hand-dyeing and collaborating with other artists to add a broader home decor inventory to the shop while supporting other makers.

Cuban Dominoes set double 9

$29.99

According to our Tio Pepe, every single Latino house should have a Dominoes set. It also happens to be the PERFECT gift for ANY home.

Double nine domino set as played by Cubans. Consists of 55 white tiles with black color dots, each 2″ x 1″ x 3/8″.

Cuban flag and the word Cuba engraved in color on each tile.

Packed in a rectangular art deco wood box, 7 3/4″ x 4 3/4″ x 2 1/8″.  







Maria Vazquez

Founder

Everything started off as an internet site in a little warehouse in El Doral 8 years ago.

The owners, Miguel and Maria Vazquez decided to open up Sentir Cubano, their second home in the heart of little Havana in the popular Calle 8. 

Maria, the Jefa in charge and a proud Cuban,  wants everything to look “Muy Cubano” and she tries her best at it.

Visitors to their store will likely run into her with a big smile, helping customers find the perfect gift.

Incausa Stone Smudge Set

$42.80

Delight your bougie friends with a smudge set.

Contains:

  • Stoneware smudge bowl
  • White sage smudge stick
  • Palo Santo pressed incense box
  • 1 piece of sustainably harvested Palo Santo wood from Peru

Colors Available: 

  • Piker White
  • Celadon
  • Woo Yellow
  • Shino







Vinicius Vieira de Vieira and Carolina Monteiro Vieira

Founder

Incausa, created in 2012 by owner Vinicius Vieira de Vieira and his wife, Carolina. Natives of Brazil, they shared a vision of creating a company that benefits the common good – one that’s financially viable for them and their employees, and that gives back by selling indigenous-made goods.

As a social-enterprise company, Incausa is both for-profit through sales of its Incausa-branded luxury goods, and a not-for-profit, returning 100% of proceeds from sales of indigenous-made items back to the artisans. Its well-curated product lines feature self-branded items including fine soaps and skin oils and handcrafted wares by artisans in Brazil, Peru, Nepal, Chile, and the U.S.

Hand Painted Clay Coffee Cup

$14.99

Serving cafecito o mate is ONE thing every Latino homeowner can relate to. And what better way to flex your cafecito service than with this adorable hand painted cermaic/clay coffee cup?

Each cup sold separately, so you can build your own set with any of the designs shown here. Get one or get 6!

Each cup is all hand painted all  the way around the cup.

Size:
Height- 4 inches
Width- 4 inches

 







Fressia Ochs

Founder

Fabiola Marina Ochs & Fressia Ochs are the mother-daughter duo behind RanchoAlpino who love treasure hunting and vintage style crafts.

Based in San Diego, California, this shop features all types of hand made Mexican apparel including embroidered shirts and dresses, aprons, bows, ornaments and so much more!

Find your favorite Mexican inspired cositas to delight anyone looking for the right gift or decoration.

San German Gift Set

$70

$70

Gift that special person a mindfully curated San German gift box.Set Includes:

  • Best selling San German Candle made with a Vegan blend of Virgin Coconut and Soy Wax, clean organic fragrance and essential oils of white lily, gardenia, vanilla, ylang ylang, galbanum and an eco-friendly clean burning wood wick, 8 oz.
  • San German Room Mist, 2oz.
  • “SOl” soap with saponified oils of olive and coconut and olive seeds for exfoliation.







Nidia Alexander

Founder

Nidia Alexander, Creative Founder of Flor y Yerba, loves scents as they evoke memories.

She decided a year ago to share her love of clean scents and ingredients and incorporate them into her products such as Candles, Room Mists, Body Scrubs, Salts, Soaps, and Perfume Oils.

Flor y Yerba is a small batch clean scent studio/lab. All my candles, room mists, body scrubs are made by hand for you and for the goodness of your Soul.

Check out the other categories below to round out your Christmas list and support Latino businesses this holiday!

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