500 sq. ft. Jungle Cottage in Kihei, Maui. Bottom floor.
Kitchen includes flat top stove, full sized refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, microwave, toaster, coffee maker. Comes furnished with everything you need for a fun Maui life.
Your own private bungalow nestled under a canopy of palms and orchid trees.
Taken while still under construction. Stair rails still in progress. Walkways not yet in. Lots of green.
Like a "wedding cake", the top floor is set back a bit from the bottom. Windows along the southern wall are high to allow light in, but provide privacy from the main house.
Mid-construction image. Shows plate glass window prior to sand blasting. Deck rail incomplete.
Taken from bottom floor foyer. Lots of windows, light, air. Sofa folds out into a queen sized futon. Butt glass window next to breakfast nook features sand blasted banana leaf images. Window lights up at night with LED colored light.
Another perspective from the kitchen over the island. Three faux leather stools at the counter for "breakfast at the tiki bar". Thank you JT for your amazing tile work. JT rescued remnant pieces from Habitat for Humanity and hand cut them into 12" squares, and even smaller end caps.
Modern, contemporary, and functional. I did the sand blasted glass myself!
Living room area has 48"x48" windows with garden views.
Back deck against a Queen palm. Your garden overlooks a quiet ravine with birds, tropical trees and a half dozen varieties of island "gecko's".
Tiled floor bath with medicine cabinet.
Tile shower with curtain.
Updatirs landing sports a 32" flat screen TV with cable, 9,000Btu mini-split air conditioner.
Chandelier at the top of the spiral staircase accented by a hand sandblasted plate glass window. I did it myself. I took the pattern from a piece of tropical fabric featuring red gingers. Window lights up at night by colored LED lights. Beautiful.
Upstairs loft with Tempurpedic 12" Queen mattress. Cathedral ceilings with fan and light. Open your door to your own private balcony.
Double wide closet with organizer. Lots of storage places and drawers to organize your world.
Test Square for Sandblast Art for Plate Glass Windows (Fronting Spiral Staircase). I took fabric and glued it to the back of the glass. Then contact paper to the front. Cut out what I wanted to blast and went to town!