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These New Home Décor Trends Make Island Living Easy, Breezy and Fun

Decking out your dwelling in just one era is pau for 2017. Instead, create a modern, eclectic look by mixing vintage pieces with vintage-inspired and contemporary interior décor.


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Photos: David Croxford, Aaron K. Yoshino, Thinkstock

 

Punchy colors might be old news, but tropical prints are in, so the aesthetic will still be very Hawai‘i, and still very you.

 

SEE ALSO: Spruce Up Your Place With Inspiration From These Local Homes

 

1. Charleston ceramic jug

$54, Place, 275-3075. 

 

2. Eight Mood Surf pillow

$55, The Refinery, 744-6175. 

 

3. Macrame plant holder

$25, plant, $25 and up, Ginger13, 531-5311. 

 

4. Andrew Mau leather coasters

$56 for set of four, Owens and Co., 531-4300. 

 

5. Arvin retro radio

$85, Hound and Quail, 779-8436. 

 

6. Chulucana Pottery vase

$32, TJ Maxx, 484-0930. 

 

7. Vintage glass fishing floats

Prices vary upon size, Surf N Hula Hawai‘i, 428-5518.

 

8. Retro camera

$30, Hound and Quail, 779-8436.    

 

This year, coastal home décor turned the tide. Out are the bright corals and turquoises, in are subdued, cozy hues that reflect the calmness of the ocean.

 

Home decor

 

1. Steve Martin ceramic plates

$35 for large, $33 for small, Fishcake, 593-1231.

 

2. Libra leathers zebra rug

$100, Echo + Atlas, 536-7435.

 

3. Garrid Chapman ceramic wall planter

$60, Paiko Hawai‘i, 988-2165.  

 

4. Apprvl handmade basket

$32, Echo and Atlas, 536-7435.

 

5. Studio Carta ribbon spools

$9.50 each, Echo and Atlas, 536-7435.

 

6. Manoush wool blanket

$258, Echo and Atlas, 536-7435.

 

7. Dhurrie pillow cover

$120, Place, 275-3075.  

 

8. Amelia Samari Iris tote

Fishcake, 593-1231.

Turkish towels

$38 each, Owens and Co., 531-4300.  

 

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