It’s one of Miss Cayman’s favorite go-to bags. Tonie Chisholm is a big fan of the Siggy Bag, a made-in-Cayman product that is catching on with locals and visitors alike.
The office reflects that of a trendy boutique digital agency..
The interior canvas of a new home in Cayman Kai is a crisp and neutral white, contrasting with the shimmering shades of sea-blues framed by huge windows.
“I like to mix contemporary elements with traditional pieces, it looks so much richer when layered,” she says. “The condo is filled with 18th century, crystal, china and silver.”
There’s a good deal more to it than installing solar panels, geo-thermal cooling systems and energy-efficient appliances. To build a truly sustainable home, one has to start with a sustainable design.
Fund-raising has started for a Children’s Garden to be created at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
The Native Tree Nursery at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is propagating a selection of native species that are ideal for Cayman’s landscape.
Trees around Camana Bay not only provide shade but they have become an attraction to passersby, who are on their way to socialize, shop and work.
The holistic and humanitarian approach to healthcare by heart specialist Dr. Devi Shetty goes beyond the walls of his new hospital in East End.
Having a garden by the sea on the south shore of Grand Cayman is a challenge. The salt air and the sand are permanent problems that daunt all but the most determined of green-fingered enthusiasts.
Colorful ceramics are a great way to brighten up any home and add a dash of panache. And thanks to the art collective 3 Girls and a Kiln, an array of locally made ceramics can be purchased on-island.
InsideOut magazine is delighted to have become a “Platinum Friend” of the Garden Club of Grand Cayman.
InsideOut is also a new member of the Cayman Islands Orchid Society, which meets on the second Saturday of every month.
The winner of the Spring 2015 InsideOut competition was Briggette Brooks of Midland Acres, Grand Cayman.
Design Studio has moved into a stunning new showroom in Camana Bay and is offering one lucky InsideOut reader the chance to win a sumptuous sofa valued approximately $4,000.
It’s possible to create a dedicated home theater in any property, whether a new-build or an existing house.
The winner of the Autumn 2014 InsideOut competition was Johan Prinsloo from Grand Cayman.
Visit either Vigoro Nursery location and write your name, email
and phone number on the card provided or
submit your entry online at caymancompass.com/competitions. Deadline is Tuesday, June 30.
The sculpture garden at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is a
serene gathering place for visitors as well as a permanent spot for