Restyled Maui Condo
March 28 I flew to Maui to take possession of my vacation rental and update the look. Four days later I had a restyled Maui condo and professional photos were taken. The transformation is pretty remarkable! This all couldn’t have happened without some great professionals and on-island resources. First I want to thank one of my favorite stagers Traci Bedard of Making Your House a Home. Remember this condo was purchased sight unseen, yikes! Traci and I went over the photos of the unit. Then she put together a shopping list for me with lots of photos of suggested room arrangements and accessories. Printed out it totaled 24 pages and I took it everywhere with me once I got to Maui and started shopping.
Before arriving on Maui I did a lot of research and found a great resource Da Warehouse Hawaii
This awesome place repurposes furniture from hotels when they restyle. For just over $1000 I bought a couch, two chairs, 4 headboards, 3 lamps, and a parrot sculpture.
The next day they delivered it all to my second floor unit AND took away any furniture I didn’t want. Da Warehouse is da awesome!
One of the things you learn in humid climates is to shop or sightsee in the morning and stay indoors in the afternoon. Nonetheless I seemed to arrive back at the condo after shopping about 1 PM. Everything had to be carried up a flight of stairs into the unit, and if it went up to the master bedroom or loft, up another flight of stairs. Thank goodness for AC!
About the Condo
The goal for the restyled Maui condo was to sleep 6 comfortably in real beds. There is no hide-a-bed backache here! The downstairs bedroom has two twin beds. Upstairs the loft has a queen bed, and the master has a king! There are two full bathrooms and an open concept main living area with a dining table and full kitchen.
How to Book
I couldn’t wait to share all of this but we are still working on a form for booking the unit! Until I can announce there is a form, just call me at 509-520-1046 or send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org Mahalo and Aloha!