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A plantation inspired Maui home designed with the charm of yesteryear. Lilikoi Lani Farm was refurbished by Robert Adolph in Haiku Maui, named after the lilikoi flower.
Antique charm and elegant decor fills this historic Upcountry home that was once a retreat for World War II servicemen and a well known Maui family.
The first thing you notice is a generous white split-rail rambling along the roadside, offering tantalizing glimpses of smooth green lawns, majestic old shade trees, and a pretty white gazebo where lemonade might be served on a hot summer’s day...
Location gives this beach home the privacy of a seaside retreat, even though it’s only a stroll away from the bustle of Pā‘ia town.
A homeowner/tree farmer brings back green acres to a dry Lāhainā hillside.
This short-term rental is long on history.
Smart design and the latest sustainable-energy technology make this home thrive in Ha‘ikū’s windward weather while generating almost all of its own power.
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Built in 1935, this restored Upcountry Maui home displays works by artists and craftspeople from around the world—and from just down the street.
A ragtag property gets a modern makeover by a real estate developer who never says never.
A lovingly restored Upcountry home stands the test of time.
A historic Maui dwelling entertains the spirit of Christmases past and present
Supermarket-variety orchids are a far cry from their feral parents. At Tropical Orchid Farm in Haiku, Jeffrey Parker and Kathy Klett propagate the ancestral species.
Mindful design leads to a residence in harmony with nature.
How a Maui designer translated his clients’ love for foreign lands, creating an exotic oasis on the island’s southern shore.
This luxury renovation reveals distinction in the details—handcrafted woodwork that could be 100 years old.
When was the last time you bathed out of doors, feeling the warmth of the sun on your skin, watching the wind dance in the trees, or the stars play hide-and-seek with the clouds?
In praise of paint: The right use of color can accentuate an architectural detail or favorite possession, and create a sense of spaciousness or cozy warmth.
Orchids have a strange capacity for overstimulating otherwise sensible people. Especially on Maui.
This American Institute of Architects (AIA) Maui Chapter award-winning home combines ancient Hawaiian building practices with vernacular Japanese architecture.
In his home-and-garden advice column, certified designer Rick Cowan shares helpful tips on how to optimize space even with limited square footage.
Technology based on the centuries-old art of origami may soon change the kinds of buildings we call home.
Life by a Maliko Gulch waterfall is anything but ordinary.
Ed Takayesu of Maui Custom Woodworks shows us how to utilize the beauty of wood in design while remaining environmentally friendly at the same time.
From West Side opulence to Upcountry charm, these three Maui homes offer exceptional spaces for entertaining. Tidings and comfort to deck the holidays.