Our picks for must-have Long Island brand products

Celebrate Long Island life in your home.


Long Islanders looking for ways to show their pride need look no further. We’ve put together a list of our favorite Long Island brand products for your home. Whether it’s a coffee table book or scented candle you’re looking for, these products will have you covered and celebrate Long Island living from North Shore to South Shore and East End to the Queens border.


Homesick Premium Long Island Scented Candle



If you’ve left Long Island and want to remember the best beaches in the world or just want to bring the smell of the sea air indoors, this candle is for you. Lighting this candle gives off scents of pure ocean air, jasmine flowers and apple trees. This 13.75 oz candle is made from natural, sustainable materials with fragrant top notes of bergamot and sea air, middle notes of jasmine and cucumber, and base notes of musk and apple.


Buy your Long Island scented candle here ($14.99)


Set of four bamboo coasters



Drinking your Long Island iced tea and want a fun place to set your drink? Try this set of bamboo coasters. Four pieces make up the map of Long Island. A great conversation piece, the laser-engraved artwork evokes the sights and places that make Long Island beautiful. Assemble the coasters to complete the picture.


get your bamboo puzzle piece here. ($14.99)




Long Island Shaped Serving and Cutting Board



This cutting board can be functional or artistic! A bamboo wood cutting board in the shape of our native island. Measuring 22″ x 6-1/2″ x 5/8″, this cutting board features engraved artwork highlighting Long Island’s top sights and attractions. Flip the board to the blank side to use as a carving knife. high quality.bamboo cutting board.Too nice to cut?Comes with a clip to easily double as wall art.Show your love of Long Island by hanging it in your kitchen, dining room, den or office Also makes a great gift!


get your Long Island shaped cutting board here. ($29.99)


Slice of Life Long Island Serving and Cutting Board



An alternative to the cut-out design above is this engraved bamboo cutting board from the same company. An 11 x 8.75 inch kitchen item that lets you enjoy a slice of the island with beautiful illustrations highlighting Long Island’s best places and attractions.


get your Long Island engraved cutting board here. ($12.99)


Postcard “Greetings from Long Island”



Do you have friends or relatives who live far from Long Island? Send them this “Greetings from Long Island” postcard. The design is based on vintage postcards printed from the 1930s-1940s. You get a set of 20 identical postcards made in the USA. Cards measure 4 x 6 inches. Also great for collectors or scrapboarding.


get your set of 20 vintage postcards from Long Island here. ($9.98)


Long Island Neighborhood Map Art Print



Long Island typographic map art made up of city and town names. This signed print is from Joe Brewton Art, a uniquely designed and highly collected hand-drawn letterpress card art series of original ink drawings (frame not included). The prints are signed by the artist and available in several colors and sizes.


get your signed print of hand drawn Long Island typographic map illustration here. ($25)


Long Island Vintage Aluminum License Plate



This 6 x 12 inch aluminum license plate is in the classic blue and white design with Long Island pressed into the metal.


get your Vintage Long Island license plate here. ($19.95)


Book “Hidden History of Long Island”



Filled with fascinating firsts, magnificent mansions, and captivating characters, author Richard Panchyk reveals the rapidly fading traces of Long Island’s intriguing history. From Glenn Curtiss, the first pilot to fly an airplane on the island, to Earle Ovington, who carried the nation’s first airmail, the area is known as the birthplace of aviation. Millionaire William K. Vanderbilt’s Long Island Motor Parkway, remnants of which still remain, was the nation’s first highway. The desolate ruins of the estate of an Albanian king in exile lie amidst the woods of the Muttontown Reserve. Captain William Kidd, pirate hunter turned pirate, is said to have buried treasure on the island.


Get your copy of “Hidden History of Long Island” here. (paperback, $21.99, hardcover, $31.99)