Are you looking to add some Hawaiian home decor to your house? Then look no further! This guide has tons of amazing Hawaiian home decor items to add some island vibes to your interior design.
When sprucing up your home, you have a lot of different options. You can go for big pieces like artwork or blankets. Or you can go for smaller pieces, like coasters and pens. Regardless of what you choose, these items can bring a little bit of life back into your home. And when these little touches are Hawaii-themed, these Hawaiian home decor items bring a little slice of paradise to you.
Hawaiian Home Decor Items for Your Walls
Hawaii Ocean Artwork from Sarah Caudle
There are so many talented Hawaii artists, who make beautiful pieces that deserve to be hung proudly in homes around the world. One of these artists is Sarah Caudle, who creates beautiful shining ocean scenes out of resin. When you glimpse one of her pieces, it’s almost as if you’ve been transported to the sunny shores of Hawaii.
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Hawaii Flower and Landscape Artwork from Karen Whitworth
Another artist that manages to capture the beauty of Hawaii is Karen Whitworth. This talented artist uses bright colors and brilliant light to depict the flowers, landscapes, and animals of the islands. Her pieces are sure to bring fun, colorful energy into any homes that they grace.
Vintage Posters from Nick Kuchar
Many people prefer vintage posters to fine art, and Nick Kuchar creates some of the coolest Hawaii vintage posters around. His colorful, geometric style easily draws viewers’ eyes to the beautiful island scene, making him one of the most well-known contemporary artists in Hawaii.
Hawaiian Home Decor Items for Your Kitchen
Reusable Beeswax Food Wraps from Meli Wraps
Meli Wraps is a sustainable alternative to plastic wrap made of beeswax, organic cotton, tree resin and plant oils.Use Meli Wraps to wrap up any extra bit of food that doesn’t fit into a resuable container. This sustainable Hawaii business manages to play its role in keeping plastic out of our oceans. And they come in fun, eye-catching patterns like vibrant papayas and adorable pineapples.
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Dishes from Lauren Roth Art
Can you imagine having Hawaiian-inspired dishes in your home? Every time you sit down for a meal, you’ll remember all of the wonderful memories of your Hawaiian vacation. It honestly sounds like a dream!
Luckily for you, Lauren Roth Art recently released several island-inspired plateware collections, including ones that are hibiscus-themed, bird of paradise-themed, and monstera-themed. Snatch up a set to add some tropical vibes to your home!
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Spatulas from Workshop 28
The spatulas from Workshop 28 are absolutely adorable! With fun says and a variety of color options, you’ll be sure to find an option that you like. My favorite saying that they have engraved on the spatula’s wooden handle is, “Ohana first. Aloha always.”
Cutting Boards from Workshop 28
One of the cutest Hawaiian home decor items that Workshop 28 has are the cutting boards! But there’s a little bit of a different process to purchase these cutting boards. Unlike the spatulas, which you can just head to the Workshop 28 website and buy, you have to head to the Workshop 28 speed sales Instagram page. There, you can get your hands-on wooden cutting boards adorned with cute pineapples or that say “serve with aloha!”
Coasters from Workshop 28
In addition to spatulates and cutting boards, Workshop 28 also has Hawaii-themed cork coasters. While you can easily buy these coasters from the Workshop 28 website, they’re often offered as part of a set on the Workshop 28 speed sales Instagram page mentioned above.
Island Coasters from Locali Creative
If you’re looking for coasters that’ll last a little longer than the cork ones from Workshop 28, consider the concrete and resin island coasters from Locali Creative. Each of these coasters are decorated with a golden silhouette of the four main Hawaiian Islands: the Big Island, Maui, Oahu, and Kauai. These little pieces of modern Hawaiian home decor will certainly stand out in the best way possible.
Aloha Kitchen by Alana Kysar
Now that your kitchen has been stocked with all of the coolest Hawaiian home decor items, you’re all set to make some great dishes from Hawaii! Aloha Kitchen by Alana Kysar has some of the best recipes for Hawaii’s special fusion dishes, including poke, mochiko chicken, spam musubis, and many other delicious foods from the Hawaii food bucket list.
Hawaiian Home Decor Items for Your Office
Stationery from Bradley & Lily
The touches of Hawaiian home decor don’t have to be limited to the fun parts of your home, like your walls and your kitchen. No, work and play can overlap a little bit. Add little bits of Hawaiian home decor, including some Bradley & Lily stationery, to your office as well!
The notebooks from Bradley & Lily are both eye-catching and effective. If you’re looking to just jot down ideas, consider purchasing one of the mini notebooks. If you’d like to have a notebook for more official notetaking, consider buying a spiral bound notebook instead. All of the Bradley & Lily notebooks come with the option of blank paper, lined paper, or graph paper.
Tropical Book End from Etsy
Almost every office has at least a few books in it. Sometimes they’re perched on a bookshelf, sometimes on a lone shelf, or sometimes on the edge of a desk. Regardless of where, the books often seem tempted to topple over. To prevent that, consider adding this tropical-themed book end to your office.
Koa Wood Pen from Martin & MacArthur
If you’re feeling extra fancy, you could buy a koa wood pen for your office from Martin & MacArthur. Koa wood is a rare wood that can only be found in Hawaii. Its warm, golden color is unlike any other wood out there, which makes it very sought after.
Now, it’s important to note that these koa wood pens don’t come cheap. At $59 to $195 a piece, these fancy pens are quite a bit more expensive than your average writing utensil.
Hawaiian Home Decor Items for Your Bedroom
Pillows from Lauren Roth Art
What is a little bit of home decor without adding a few pillows to the mix? Lauren Roth Art has a few different pillow designs on her site, including bright rainbows, leafy Hawaiian plants, and blue surfboards. Which one of these comfy pillows match the vibe you’re going for?
Use the code BORDERS5 for 5% off your purchase on this Lauren Roth Art website.
Throw Blanket from Coco Moon Hawaii
Coco Moon Hawaii is known for its soft blankets and clothing – but it’s usually marketed towards infants. But not too long ago, Coco Moon Hawaii found out that the parents were borrowing their babies’ blankets, because they were just SO soft! So Coco Moon Hawaii decided to add a few, cloud-soft throw blankets for adults to their collection.
Do know that these adult throw blankets from Coco Moon Hawaii run out quickly! So if they’re in stock, be sure to snatch them up before they’re gone again!
Comforter from Walmart and Amazon
One of the largest, most eye-catching pieces of home decor is a comforter. While it can be difficult to find a comforter that you love, once you find one, it’ll put a smile on your face every day. Perhaps this palm tree comforter from Walmart is for you. Or maybe this bold hibiscus comforter from Amazon is more up your alley.
Traditional Hawaiian Quilt from Hawaiian Quilt Collection
The vast majority of the Hawaiian home decor items on this list are modern Hawaiian home decor. True native Hawaiians in the past did not use reusable bees wax food wraps or island-themed book ends. They did, however, use a variation of the traditional Hawaiian quilt.
Back when the islands remained untouched by European travelers, the native Hawaiians made fabric called kapa for their formal clothes and bedding. This fabric was made of pounded tree bark that was then dyed using natural materials.
When the missionaries eventually found their way to Hawaii, they showed the native Hawaiians how to make quilts. However, the process didn’t make much sense to the native Hawaiians, so they combined the traditional kapa-making process with the missionaries’ quilt-making process to create what is now recognized as the traditional Hawaiian quilt.
There are only a handful of places to buy traditional Hawaiian quilts nowadays, and most have to be custom-made. If you would like to purchase a custom traditional Hawaiian quilt, check out the Hawaiian Quilt Collection.
Hawaiian Home Decor Items for Your Bathroom
Candles from North Shore Candle Company
So far on this list of Hawaiian home decor items, we’ve included things that will make your house look and feel like Hawaii. But now we’re adding something that’ll make your house smell like Hawaii too: candles!
The candles from the North Shore Candle Company all come in lovely, fragrant scents, including fresh plumeria, Kona coffee, Hawaiian pikake (jasmine), and passion fruit and guava. As an added bonus, these 100% soy candles are packaged in repurposed glass bottles.
Soap from Hawaiian Bath and Body
Another way to add a bit more of Hawaii’s essence into your home is through a few bars of scented soap from Hawaiian Bath and Body. Handcrafted in Hawaii, these soaps come in a variety of Hawaii-inspired fragrances, including Hawaiian plumeria, Hawaii mango, coconut cream, and Hawaiian coffee. There’s even a set of soaps inspired by three of the best beaches on the North Shore of Oahu.
Tissue Box Cover from Jana Lam
If you’re looking for just a little touch of Hawaii to add to your bathroom, consider a tissue box cover from Jana Lam. Now, instead of just having one or two tissue boxes with fun prints, every tissue box will be able to add a small burst of color, fun, and Hawaiian vibes to your day.
Bathmat from Etsy
Another little touch of Hawaiian home decor that you can add to your bathroom is a bathmat. This golden palm tree bathmat from Etsy isn’t too over the top, so if it matches your décor, it could be a nice addition to your home.
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*Disclosure: This post was written in partnership with Sarah Caudle Art. All opinions are from Borders & Bucket Lists.