Inspiring home offices to maximize productivity

Posted by Staff Writer on Thursday, December 7th, 2017 at 9:32am.

Investing in yourself is investing in your business.

If you’re an entrepreneur or successful professional who works from home, investing in an office space that helps boost creativity and focus is critical to financial success. Cramped and unappealing spaces can actually do harm to your business and productivity, which is why homes must be meticulously designed with open, inspiring spaces to boost efficiency and workflow. These are a few of our favorites:


Located on 5 acres that sprawl across the lush slopes of Haleakala, this private estate offers unrivaled peace and quiet in the heart of Kula.

Gaze upon bi-coastal views and listen to the calming sounds of the breeze between trees from this meticulously-designed masterpiece. Designed by a fine artist, the home exudes and inspires creativity with two separate living areas in the upstairs and downstairs of the home. The divide in living spaces ensures that residents have solitude and privacy needed for productivity.


Every foot of this 3,204-square-foot home was craftily-designed by renowned architect Hunton Conrad in 2006. The three-bedroom, two and a half bath estate is surrounded by carefully planned landscaping including fruit trees, hand-selected herbs and a vegetable garden.

Nestled in a serene and tranquil paradise, working from home in this architectural masterpiece is a breeze. Seek inspiration from the natural wonders surrounding the property and boost productivity for your business in the serene and tranquil office space.


Situated in Kula 200, one of Maui’s most sought after neighborhoods, this estate offers the ultimate peace and stillness at the end of a cul-de-sac. The main house has two bedrooms with a separate office den, which is designed with soaring ceilings and expansive windows for an inspiring atmosphere. Or if you don’t feel like working in the home office, take your laptop to the pool deck which offers breathtaking views of the West Maui Mountains and the island’s north shore.

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