It might be the tiki torches around the pool, the vibrant birds-of-paradise and gingers in the garden, the lazy turning of a ceiling fan, the shape of a roof line, or the koa pillars framing the entrance. Often it is a small detail of architecture, landscaping or interior design that says “Hawai’i” to someone buying, building, or furnishing their Big Island home.
From Kohala to Kukio, residential murals are a tradition that some lucky prospective home buyers are delighted to discover, according to the August edition of West Hawaii Today’s “at home” magazine insert. The article featured four mural artists on the Big Island. My friend and Kohala Fitness Station workout partner Deb Thompson was one of them.
Here’s a sample of her work from the beautiful ocean view estate home we recently listed in Kohala Ranch:
Mural frames the ocean view at Kohala Ranch home
The Big Island team of Hawai’i Life agents will not only help you find your new home, we’re also happy to introduce you to the resources in the community to make it your own.
A hui hou,
Beth Thoma Robinson, R(S)