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Here’s How You Can Decorate Your Kids’ Bedroom With the Season’s Coolest Colors

Here’s the latest scoop: This season, ice cream pastels are the cool hues for kids bedroom décor. Deck out your keiki’s nest in cotton candy, pistachio, honey lavender and lemon custard.


Kids room

Photo: David Croxford


Left to right:

Pillowfort Pompom Teepee, $79.99, Target, 4380 Lawehana St., (808) 441-3118.


Me Museum book, $16.95, Eden in Love, International Market Place, (808) 377-4394.


Roost plush elephants, $14 for large, $12 for small, Echo & Atlas, 1 N. Hotel St., (808) 536-7435.


Sass & Belle suitcases, $45 for set of three, Eden in Love.


Jellycat flamingo, $38, Red Pineapple, Ward Village, (808) 593-2733.


A Little Lovely pineapple light, $16, Kira Hawai‘i, 400 Keawe St., Suite 106, (808) 450-9129.


A Little Lovely lightbox, $45.99, basic letter set, $12, kids ABC pack, $12, Hopscotch, Ward Village, (808) 593-1825.


Meri Meri heart and star pillows, $35.50 each, Echo & Atlas.


Pillowfort crown pillow, $16.99, Cloud Island sweater knit blanket, $19.99, Target.


Turkish towel, $38, Mudpuppy Little Feminist book set, $14.99, Getting Sew Crafty teething necklaces (on rabbit lamp), $22 each, Owens & Co., 1152  Nu‘uanu Ave., (808) 531-4300.


Prinz giraffe coin bank, $27, Eden in Love.


Mr. Maria Miffy lamp, $250, Red Pineapple.




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