plantation-style, slightly asian, ocean front home was designed with leisure and comfort in mind. This home is distinctly modern but gives the feeling of being in Hawaii in a different time - modern yet firmly rooted in the Hawaiian vernacular. The textures and colors borrow from the warmth of the landscape
This plantation-style, slightly asian, ocean front home was designed with leisure and comfort
I like this because it is not so shingle style , but feels like it fits on the water!!
Dianne - like the plantation style
way too big for us, and we won't have stairs
hip roof style and window bump out on 2nd floor on right side of home
Interesting style. Very clean lines and nice street prescence.
Plantation StyleThe style gets its name from the pineapple and sugarcane plantations that supplied the design for Chinese, Japanese and Filipino laborer homesteads. Hawaiian kitchen and bath designer Cindy Tervola says, "The characteristics of the old plantation style are walls composed of beadboard paneling