Today’s Hawaiian home tour is of a Hawaiian plantation home on the island of Kauai. It’s on the southern end, close to Poipu. This home was built in 1931. The main home was owned by CW Dickey and was were the Kauai Pineapple Company’s managers lived. Later this home became a botanical garden known as Olu Pua Gardens. The property consists of 5 buildings on 12 acres. Shop items inspired by this plantation home. You can purchase this home for 6.5 million.
This week’s Hawaiian home tour is of a Kauai plantation home designed by Sutton Suzuki Architects. This home blends traditional and Asian influences. 6200 sq. feet of loveliness Beautiful doorway! Awesome lanai with incredible views. Modern furniture is mixed with traditional details. I could relax here. Roughin’ it! Here are some furnishings you may love inspired by this plantation home. View more Hawaii home tours here.