Specializing in Native American Crafts Since 1916

Housewares

Let Cameron Trading Post be your online resource for Native American houseware and decor, including kitchenware, wall art, and table art. We sell a wide variety of items to suit any decorating needs you may have, or to give as a gift! Enjoy beautiful Southwestern and Native American design potholders, oven mitts, kitchen towels, shot glasses, mugs, cactus gardens, blankets, tiles, and more.

At Cameron Trading Post, there is a long tradition in Native American decor and houseware. We have many items available in our store at our physical location, but we can’t possibly display all of our Native American houseware and decor in our online store, but we try! We offer a veritable cornucopia of Native American Indian art and Southwest decor. Shop our Native American gifts online today!

 


Shop Native American Houseware & Decor

Collecting and decorating with Native American decor is a passion that has spread throughout the world! While you browse the Southwestern Indian art, if you don’t find what you are looking for, please let us know. We will do whatever we can to help you find the special Southwestern paintings, prints, design lamps, tables, candles or whatever you desire.

Native American Kitchenware

If you enjoy collecting Native American kitchenware, let Cameron Trading Post be your first stop! We have a beautiful assortment of potholders, oven mitts, placemats, knives, kitchen trays, mugs and glassware, and coasters, all with Southwestern designs that honor the designs of local Southwestern peoples.

Set your well-earned drink on your Southwest Indian art sandstone kokopelli coaster, sit back and enjoy! Browse all our kitchen linens and accessories here to see all our Native American kitchenware.

Native American Office Decor

Working from home? Cameron Trading Post has a large inventory of Native American decor to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home office or other area of your home. These includes Native American blankets, bookends, lamps, decorative objects like lampstands/candle stands, and mouse pads.

Throw a Southwestern print fleece blanket over the back of Grandma’s couch, add a beautiful lampstand to your living room table, or plop a Mill Creek Eagle sculpture in that empty corner. Take a look at our home office category to see how you can enhance your home office with beautiful Native American decor!

Native American Wall Art

At Cameron Trading Post, we know from personal experience that decorating with Native American and Southwestern wall art is fun! There is no end to the combinations you can make in your home. Southwest decor blends interestingly and easily with any decorating theme. For example, Navajo rugs and Pueblo pottery all compliment the Southwest decor found here.

You’ll also find paintings, glass art, posters, and other Native American decor that you can proudly hang on the wall! So hang a couple of Southwestern prints on the wall of your home, office, or cabin. Native American wall art, in all its forms, seems to hold something intrinsic that appeals to all humanity.

Native American Houseware & Decor FAQs

How can I make my home have more of a Native American influence in home decor?

To add Native American decor to your home, we suggest adding traditional design elements, such as rugs, pottery, wood carvings, dreamcatchers, blankets and kitchen, wall, or table art. Other ideas include adding furniture and other items made or carved from wood. Genuine Native American decor will always be handmade by a skilled Pueblo, Navajo, Hopi, or other artist.

What type of decor is found within Native American homes?

Native Americans, by tradition (and as passed down by many generations), have used natural materials such as feathers, wood, leather, and wool to meticulously craft a wide variety of Native American houseware. These include rugs, blankets, dreamcatchers, clothing, wood carvings, and art, which you can find on our website.

Shop Native American Decor at Cameron Trading Post

Founded in 1916, Cameron Trading Post has Native American decor and houseware is our specialty and if we don’t have it, we know where to look! Questions? Please contact our team today for assistance. If you’re interested in learning more about history of Native American art, take a look at this article for further information.

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