What happens to lanai (patio) furniture when exposed to Maui’s warm salty breeze? It will eventually rust. Our 4 year old lanai dining set at our Maui Kamaole condo did just that in the past few months. You would not believe how difficult it can be to find lanai furniture on Maui in the winter. I am told ‘it is not ‘in season’? Apparently people don’t sit on lanais in the winter months? Perhaps temperatures in the low 80s are considered too cool for lanai entertainment? (I am being facetious!!) More likely it’s because on the US mainland it’s too cool for outdoor entertainment, so the big box stores and wholesalers just don’t order/ship patio furniture.
|Our beautiful private lanai, ready for your enjoyment!|
A few weeks ago, I got lucky! One of the furniture stores had a beautiful light-weight aluminum patio table set in their show room! The best part – it was already assembled (and we were able to fit it into our truck)! As I am the furniture assembly person in our family, this made me doubly excited!
Last week, Sig and I delivered it to the condo and set it up on our private lanai. We also found a new home for the old lanai dining set – the landscapers for the beautiful Maui Kamaole grounds happily took it off our hands.
So, if you have a trip booked at our beautiful oceanview one bedroom two bathroom Maui Kamaole condo – enjoy the new lanai furniture! If you don’t have a trip booked, check out our calendar – we’d love to have you!
I do still have the last two weeks of May open – book at our Spring Special rates, $155/night plus cleaning and tax (works out to $1355.33 for a 7 night stay). **New bookings only for stays in May 2014.