Noho Home’s Designs are Inspired by Hawaii and Native Hawaiian Culture

Textile designer Jalene Kanani Bell creates stylish carpet, fabric and wood elements inspired by her Hawaiian heritage.

As a Native Hawaiian textile designer, Jalene Kanani Bell’s relationship to Hawaii and Hawaiian culture has been the foundation of her design aesthetic. For more than a decade she has been licensing designs to international textile manufacturers, creating stylish carpet, fabric and wood elements for large-scale projects in high-end residences, corporate offices, and luxury hotels. But as her passion grew, so too did her desire to increase its accessibility. Parlaying her industry experience with a love for design, she established Noho Home and debuted her first collection of luxury home goods in 2019, including shower curtains, drapery, and bedding.

This bedroom is outfitted with a mix of Noho Home pieces, including the
Kua Sheet Set, Maluhia Duvet Cover and Euro Sham Set, Kaha Square
and Niho Lumbar pillows.
Photo: Courtesy of Noho Home


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