The living room's light fixture by Aqua Creations is as artful as the red ceramic sculpture created by Bean Finneran on the coffee table.
Formerly two rooms, the renovated kitchen is a favorite hangout for Oscar, the Cairn Terrier. Ohia-wood flooring, original to the 1929 home, was moved from the living room.
The dining room's heirloom furniture is freshened with eye-popping color and modern art.
Graphic style begins in the entry with the spare geometry of the settee slats and the staircase balusters.
The family room's red lacquer desk is from Warison, a Balinese company.
The sunroom's minimal window treatments and graphic fabrics covering pillows on the daybed embody Hawaiian style.
The kitchen's 11-foot window seat is equally suitable for seating and napping. Banana trees provide lush foliage outside.
An Asian-style lantern decorates the poolside.
Jeff, Marée, Makena, and Marion Miller enjoy porch time.
Coral candleholders and picture frames add deep, saturated color.
A circle of ebony outdoor furniture is striking against the emerald green of the yard and ferns.
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Tropical Traditional Home
The Hawaiian home of Marion Philpotts Miller is edgy, youthful, and exotic