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Joanna Lewis

Off the grid

As for so many people in Grand Cayman, 2004 was a life-changing year for Jim Knapp and his wife Judy VanLiere whose home was hit by Hurricane Ivan.


Cayman Property Review 2013

The total number of open market transfers registered with the Cayman Islands Government’s Land Registry for 2013 was 1,074. This figure is approx. 6% down on the total number for 2012 of 1,141.



Captivated by Charles Long

“The paintings record the changing face of Cayman; they chronicle physical and social changes…”


A nod to island style

As travelers seek more personal experiences of the resorts they visit, room design is one aspect of the hospitality industry which is being given a make-over. 


An eye for design

With an architect’s eye for design, the owner of a penthouse overlooking Seven Mile Beach has an eclectic collection of fine art and furnishings. 


Atlantis Collection

Recall the majestic history of the mythical lost city of Atlantis in your home. Power Flower Nursery on Crewe Road, has now added a brand aptly named the Atlantis Collection.


Natural throws

Due to customer demand, Rugs Oriental is now offering beautiful cotton “throws” for sofas, chairs and beds. 


Candace opens Captureista

Caymanian artist Candace Imparato has launched a business called Captureista which offers fine art photography and print-making services. 


Tomlinson rebuilding store

In addition to furniture and mattresses, the shop will stock a greater selection of accessories such as rugs, lamps and paintings, and will also have outdoor furniture. 


Vibrant art

These colorful paintings are on stretched canvas and on metal. The pieces would look fabulous in a contemporary setting or made to suit any interior environment and will add to an eclectic decor.


LogicTV – it makes sense

Richard Munday, vice president of international business development with Logic Communications, examines the changing role of fibre optic communications as they relate to our daily lives.


Prepare for the 2013 hurricane season

A lot of water has passed under the bridge since Hurricane Ivan devastated Grand Cayman in 2004.



What exactly is a structural engineer?

The Cayman Islands and the wider Caribbean are now being served by the premier engineering consulting firm AMR Consulting Engineers. 


Crystal Cove

A home is not simply a place to sleep at night. A home is a place where you, your family, and your guests always feel comfortable, relaxed, and safe. In other words, a home is a place where you can really live. Welcome to your home in Crystal Cove!



The Next generation of building

Real estate development services with a uniquely sustainable “green” focus have come to the Cayman Islands.


Start with an energy audit

What good is a new thermostat if you are blowing much of the conditioned air into the attic as a result of leaky ductwork.


Spectacular Vistas at North West Point

North West Point, as its name suggests, is the northwesterly tip of Grand Cayman at the end of Seven Mile Beach, with spectacular vistas along the shore towards George Town Harbour.


The magic of Mystic Glo

An award-winning Caymanian artist makes his work shine in the night. InsideOut finds out how.


Play day for dogs

Doggie daycare is not only a great way in which to keep pets entertained during the day, it is also an important tool to help socialise pets.


Books & Books

Back to Main Story: Books & blogs Megan McCluskey, store manager at Books & Books (Cayman) Ltd, recommends three of her favourite books for...