Art Deco Living Space

A Hawaiian living space is updated with warm colors and art deco accents.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe dining and living areas can flow freely into one another now that the railing has been removed.
To enhance the entry wall, White creates a niche with recessed lighting to display a beautiful flower arrangement. Travertine flooring integrates the rooms, and the new larger double-pane windows open up the space as well as provide better insulation. French doors opening up to the lanai give the space a more sophisticated look, while the new round dining table is perfect for dining and conversation.

stone slabs for display niches (Vyara Exotica) — Stoneworld Enterprises, Inc.
custom area rugs
(Bellagio, 9342-754 Meadow Mist, 555 Almond, 917 Terra Cotta) — Masland Carpets
sliding doors, windows
(Fleetwood USA, Series 2000, Newport, 501 Glenwood) — Screens & Things, Inc.
stone flooring
(Arenas Travertine) — Marmol Hawaii
custom dining, coffee and end tables
(Maple Anigris, African Mahogany) — Axiom Design
custom floral arrangement — Tropical Isle Silks
faux finish on entry wall — Duvall Distinctive Faux Finishes
front entry door, transom, operable side light
(African mahogany, sandblasted) — Glass Act, Inc.
artwork in living and dining areas — Phil Uhl
artwork in entryway
(watercolor, Roger Whitlock) — Cedar Street Galleries
custom framing for artwork - Pictures Plus
French doors in dining room
(Vinyl Cladwood, Series 200 & 400, white, Anderson Doors) — Island Home & Building Materials

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