“The color palette is a new perspective on rich Hawaiian interiors,” Kurz said. “Warm, Sapele-wood flooring and cabinetry is accented with touches of blues and the warmth of ivory travertine, providing Owners a more modernized Hawaiian residence interior.”
At the nearby Maliula condominium homes, a classic neutral color palette creates a relaxing and elegant environment. Architectural elements and furnishings crafted in rich, natural textures nod to the surrounding seascape — a more subtle embrace of the outdoors-in ethos.
Maliula translates to “look upon with favor and joyful sharing of life energy,” an energy harnessed by the contemporary, almost cocoon-like aesthetic of the residence interiors: Greyed woods and white-oak flooring and millwork interplay with iridescent and shell-inspired accents to create a neutral, spa-like feel—particularly appropriate since The Spa at Timbers Kauai is housed within Maliula.
“A fresh, contemporary spa-like interior palette allows the majestic Kauai landscape to stand out through the expansive lanais,” said Kurz.
Perhaps nowhere on property pays more homage to Kauai’s majestic landscape than Laola: Set just above the 15th fairway of the Ocean Course at Hokuala, the sunrise-facing Laola townhomes offer breathtaking views that span from the historic Ninini Point Lighthouse to the Hau’pu mountains and take the indoor-outdoor philosophy to even greater heights.