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Hawaii’s Custom Woodworking Artistry | Mango, Koa, Ohia, or Monkey Pod

Hawaii homeowners enjoy some of the most beautiful custom hardwoods that bring the artistry of quality woodworking into their homes. Whether it is hardwood floors or specialized custom-made furniture pieces by some of our exceptional local Hawaii artists, I love the patterns and rich, warm textures of woods like Mango, Koa, Ohia, and Mahogany. These distinctive materials add a depth and customized touch that is unique to island architecture.

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Hokulia Lot 222, (MLS# 277053) | Custom cabinets made of ribbon mahogany by Roy Lambrecht

A Must-See Artistic Masterpiece

This gorgeous home located in Hokulia showcases some of the most beautiful woodworking craftsmanship made by Roy Lambrecht, a local woodworking artist. One of the key features of this home, immediately noticeable upon entering, is the ribbon African mahogany finishes integrated throughout the home.

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Hokulia Lot 222 | Koa and Mango custom cabinets with amber granite

Custom designed by Roy Lambrecht, this Koa and Mango cabinet with countertop and free form backsplash is made of granite. The amber-crafted sink and artist-designed glass window are made from European blown glass. Lambrecht has been serving clients in the Kailua-Kona area and the Hawaiian Islands since 1979.


Enter through the beautiful hallway of Hokulia 222 | Sapele wood front doors and ribbon mahagony ceilings

You can walk leisurely down the loggia to view a buddah statue at the end of the hallway with various lighted areas. There is artwork hung on the walls by many custom artists from Hawaii. Enjoy the selective specialty of warm texture woods surrounding this home.


Mature Ohia posts with turtle mosaic by Scott Potter

This home enjoys fifty-seven Ohia pillars and support posts. Ironwood connects the bridge between the executive office and game room. The custom wood-working throughout this home transforms it into a must-see artistic masterpiece.

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