Hawaiian Home Decor at the Aloha Home Market in Kailua, Oahu

Hawaiian home decor is beautiful. It often features tropical wood, shells, and other natural materials. But where do you find those great items of Hawaiian home decor? One great source is the Aloha Home Market in Kailua, Oahu.

What is the Aloha Home Market?

The Aloha Home Market is an outdoor gathering of vendors from all around Oahu. Most specialize in Hawaiian home decor, but there are also vendors with other types of handmade craft items. This week, vendors were selling jewelry, decorative items, ceramics, small plants, wall decor, pet items, throw pillows, tables, and rugs and other textiles. In addition, Rocket Coffee is there for your cup of morning Joe.

Rust & Root Kailua furniture makers.

Vendors include: Aloha AuraAloha PuppyArtsy Fartsy DecorBee’s Cotton WrapChristian Bendo Art, Heartfelt AlohaIsland Bungalow HawaiiLovingly Restored By Laura, Lyfted Hammocks, Malia Nakai Designs, Marr Artworks, Matt Okahata, Momo Terrascapes, Rocket Coffee, Rust and Root, Show Pony, and more! It’s fun to browse around and soaking up the artsy and fun vibe. Besides that, you can pick up some great holiday gifts.

Cute plants that are sold with macrame hangers.

Art and decorative pillows at the Aloha Home Market Kailua, Oahu.

Time & Place

The Aloha Home Market occurs periodically, every month or two. The market is typically Sunday morning from around 9am-1pm. Follow on Facebook, to stay advised of the dates. The address is 340 Uluniu Street Kailua, Oahu. Fortunately, the Market is under a covered parking lot, so no worries about the weather!

Aloha Home Market on Uluniu

This is a fun place to see your Kailua neighbors and gain a sense of the friendly and vibrant Kailua community. You can drop on by before or after the Kailua Farmer’s Market. It is also held Sunday morning just a block away.

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