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Indigenous Art Home Goods

Indigenous Art Home Goods

Salish Sunset Indigenous Art Pillow Cover
Indigenous artwork is instantly recognizable for its beauty and symbolic motifs; it can have a powerful impact when displayed in the home, adding vibrant colour and dramatic design.

We’ve recently introduced Indigenous-themed home goods by Native Northwest to our website. These stunning textiles will both decorate and incorporate important stories and traditions into your living space.

Woven Blankets

Warm, generously sized blankets ideal for home use or ceremonies.

Treasure of Our Ancestors - by Donnie Edenshaw
 Treasure of Our Ancestors Indigenous Art Woven Blanket
A luxuriously soft blanket with lightly fringed edges and a crimson and black design that swirls with movement. At 60” x 80”, this woven acrylic throw is large enough to keep you (and a friend) cozy on the sofa or around the campfire.

Donnie Edenshaw, also known as Gaju Xial, (“Song and Dance Man”) is a Haida artist, raised in Old Massett, British Columbia. He grew up on the land, hunting, fishing, singing, and dancing. He became interested in art as a young man, soon establishing himself as a gifted carver. Edenhaw says, “It is a responsibility to show people what we have. Just as I continue to learn about my culture - I have to teach others as well.”
Treasure of Our Ancestors Native Northwest Woven Blanket Throw
The Indigenous Art Woven Blanket is available in a variety of designs and colours by different Indigenous artists. To purchase online, please visit:

Pillow Covers

Update your sofa or bed with throw pillows beautified by these striking designs. Salish Sunset - by Simone Diamond
Salish Sunset by Simone Diamond Native Northwest Pillow Cover
A jacquard woven cushion cover in warm stripes of red, gold, black, and turquoise that capture the radiance of a sunset sky. For throw pillow inserts 18” x 18” or 20” x 20”. (Pillow insert not included.)

Inspired by her natural surroundings, the artwork was created by Simone Diamond, a self- taught Coast Salish artist from Duncan, British Columbia, Canada. In her own words: “I create art that connects me to my family, our traditions, and our spirit of continuity.”

Running Raven - by Morgan Asoyuf
Running Raven by Morgan Asoyuf Native Northwest Pillow Cover
This jacquard woven pillow cover is characterized by a bold contrast of black, red, and white. The raven is a significant symbol in many Indigenous legends, and beyond. For throw pillow inserts 18” x 18” or 20” x 20”. (Pillow insert not included.) This design pairs well with the “Treasure of Our Ancestors” woven blanket.
Treasure of Our Ancestors woven blanket perfect  house warming gift
Morgan Asoyuf is a Ts’msyen multi-disciplinary artist from the Lax Kw’alaams community near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. Asoyuf says: “Art is an intimate connection to our history, identity and our community. I am honoured to continue our traditions and to share them.”

To order pillow covers online, please visit:
Native Northwest Art by Indigenous Artists
Native Northwest textiles and designs feature authentic, culturally significant Indigenous artwork to beautify your home. Be sure to view the whole collection on our website!

A Statement of Respect and Authenticity:

Increased awareness and sensitivity are changing perspectives on Indigenous art and goods. The conscientious consumer wishes to avoid cultural appropriation by supporting authentic Indigenous artists and their products.
Home Decor Gift Woven Blank Indigenous Artist Artwork by Native Northwest Vancouver BC Canada
Native Northwest is a Vancouver-based Canadian brand that exclusively carries authentic Indigenous designs, acting as partners to the artists and stewards to the artwork they promote.

Native Northwest believes in building everyday connections to Indigenous cultures. 100% of the art featured on Native Northwest products is designed by Indigenous artists and this is their Statement of Respect and Authenticity:
Native Northwest believes in building everyday connections to Indigenous cultures
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