Pendants Make It Pop

Pendant lighting casts a modern glow on any room. With a flick of the switch pendant lighting is changing the way homeowners see the light.These wildly popular drop-down ceiling lamps are basically comprised of a...

At Home in the Kitchen

Driving through the gates of Sea Alissa it is hard to imagine the type of kitchen one would expect given the owners run one of the longest-established homegoods store in Grand Cayman – A....

Design-inspiring cities

Those in creative industries understand the importance of inspiration. Travel can tap into creative energy and lead to new directions. Here, Cayman designers and architects dish on the cities that captivate them.Toronto Lori McRae Interior Designer Frederick...

Sailing Home

Mark’s home is situated at the far end of Calico Quay, in Canal Point, and has a truly unique character. The house has significant canal frontage on two sides, overlooks a natural marina for...

A Place of Peace & Joy

We wanted a home that could be filled with family and friends and flow well for gatherings, large and small. The hunt for the right place to call home can be laborious and tiring, but when you...

The KonMari method

While we may often feel we are the kings or queens of our castles, it may be our castles, and what is contained in them, which are ruling us.The state of our surroundings has...

Into the outdoors

For Phil Pace and Nancy Saur, communing with nature is a daily ritual.Indeed it is at the heart and soul of their rustic Conch Point Road home in West Bay.“Our home reflects our desire...

Be our guest: the ultimate guest room

A few towels and some clean sheets may do for some guest bedrooms, but going the extra mile in the design and setup of your spare room will pamper visitors and give them a...

The home that pallets built

Inspired to make treasures of others’ trash, Yvonne Broderick is at the forefront of what could be styled as Cayman’s next furniture revolution.Stunned at the number of serviceable shipping pallets that companies here throw...
At 575 square feet, the Kosa’s home conveys majesty with a vaulted roof inspired by Pete Kosa’s passion for sailing.

Small but mighty

Small abodes are no longer restricted to enforced necessity, but also to desire. No longer confined to smaller budgets, but to simplified attitudes on what is important in life.It seems some homeowners are growing...

Win a fabulous furniture set

The set comprises two benches, a table and two director’s side chairs from the White Sands Collection by Il Giardino Di Legno. 


Creature comforts

Providing a comfy spot for your pet to rest is essential - a personal space where they feel safe. 


Paws for the animals

The cruelty of mistreated or abandoned animals makes many people “paws” for thought in the Cayman Islands.



InsideOut has selected a collection of design books which will not only look stylish on your bookshelf or coffee table but are a great source of inspiration for home décor.

Hassle-free boating

There is nothing nicer than spending time on Cayman’s azure waters and enjoying all the pleasures that boating has to offer.


Plug in the car

One of latest “must-have” home appliances in Cayman is a “green” charging station for electric cars.

Banish the boredom

Dogs love to chew and cats love to scratch - it’s a natural behaviour - but there are ways to discourage them from being destructive in the home.


Mid-air meditation

I have just completed the first of many inversions at the weekly AntiGravity yoga class I attend, the latest fitness practice, which takes yoga up into the air.



Home entertainment

Dog’s love to chew on a bone, but never give your dog a cooked bone as this can be extremely harmful. A cooked bone is brittle and could end up splintering and puncturing your dog’s stomach and intestine. 


Mango and Ginger Soup

(serves 4 or multiple shot glasses)2 mangoes1 onion1 cup cold water¼ tsp Scotch bonnet or other pepper (to taste)1 lime1tsp grated or minced gingerSalt and pepper to tastePeel, de-stone and cut up mangoes, chop...