Hawaii is home to a myriad of unique buildings and iconic structures – some with a very traditional or classic look such as the Iolani Palace, while others are more contemporary and modern like the First Hawaiian Center building in downtown Honolulu. For Hawaii’s homeowners, inspiration can be drawn from many of these sources to turn one’s house into a home with character.
For example, if you desire a classical-looking home, consider adding fluted columns, crown moldings, anaglypta ceiling panels, and other decorative elements. Materials such as brick, stucco and textured tiles can help create the traditional look and feel while allowing you to add your own personal touch.
For homeowners who appeal to contemporary architecture, a trip through Kaka‘ako should provide a lot of ideas. The new condos and buildings display an array of modern features such as window styles, doors and entryways, staircases and other design elements to include in your home.
“Our Home Equity FirstLine is a great way to transform an ordinary house into the home of your dreams,” says Derek Wong, Senior Vice President at First Hawaiian Bank. “With a wide range of fixed rate locks available, it’s like having a customized financing vehicle to fit your needs.”
No matter what your style or architectural preference, a home equity line of credit from First Hawaiian Bank is a convenient way to help you check off all your home renovation projects. For more information call 643- LOAN (5626) or visit any First Hawaiian Bank branch.
“Our Home Equity FirstLine is a great way to transform an ordinary house into the home of your dreams.”
-Derek Wong, FHB Senior Vice President
For more information, visit any First Hawaiian Bank branch or go to FHB.com.
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