What’s new in pools

Above: An infinity pool overlooking the sea at Tranquility Cove by Luxury Cayman Villas. Pool designs have become an expression of style and a reflection of a home’s character. When it comes to the latest...

Inspiration on the shelf

Books & Books in Camana Bay is expanding its range of interior design titles. “We are starting to see a real upturn in sales,” says Terry Cleaver, store manager. “Plus, we sell quite a few...

Insta-worthy Island Hangouts

Interiors inspiration is all around us – in the restaurants we dine in, the hotels we holiday in. InsideOut has trawled Cayman’s public spaces to select our favorite decorative ideas, which you can recreate...

How to… Style bookshelves

Bookshelves are no longer a purely functional piece of furniture. They are now part of an exceedingly popular trend that sees their use go further, becoming a display not only for books but other...

Embracing the Danish art of ‘hygge’

A Danish term defined as a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being (regarded as a defining characteristic of Danish culture). What is Hygge? With no one word in...

Home, Smart Home

TURN UP THE HEAT, DIM THE LIGHTS AND CUE THE MUSIC – ALL WITH A TAP ON YOUR SMARTPHONE. AUTOMATED HOME TECHNOLOGY LOOKS SET TO CONNECT AND STREAMLINE EVERY CORNER OF OUR LIVING ENVIRONMENT. You...

Best in Show

FROM SEA-TO-SEA VIEWS AND ‘FLIP-FLOP CHIC’ TO BALINESE DESIGN CUES AND NAUTICAL IDYLLS, THESE THREE NEW DEVELOPMENTS RAISE THE BAR FOR ISLAND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN. The Residences at Seafire Cayman’s most coveted new spot for a sundowner...

Not Your Standard Office

Harriet Moon and Michelle Wight not only opened the doors of their boutique marketing firm Not Your Standard Agency this summer, the pair also opened the doors of a quaint new office space in...

A Natural for Design

Italian architect Stefano Napolitani embraces natural elements of sea, sand, wood and stone in his contemporary coastal designs, evident in two new luxury residential projects in Cayman When Stefano and Elisa Napolitani travelled from their...

Balancing Form with Function

Greek philosopher Epicurus once said, “We should look for someone to eat and drink with before looking for something to eat and drink, for dining alone is leading the life of a lion or wolf.” It seems...

Heaven in Havana

InsideOut tours an Art-Deco hideaway in Havana, Cuba There is a famous quote by Ernest Hemingway’s in the “The Old Man and the Sea” that reads: “Now is no time to think of what you...

Battle of the Brains

Many developers and architects value maintaining a balance between the built environment and natural surroundings. As in major cities, the new urbanism movement embraces ecologically sound habits. Cayman’s construction industry is booming, fueling economic...

Must Have It!

Bring the sea and sand indoors with these eye-catching accessories for your home. InsideOut went shopping to pick out some of the best must-have beach-chic items.

Greenery: A color that connects with nature

Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose. Greenery. Invoking images of lush sprawling landscapes and intimate secret gardens, Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year can appeal to a...

Making an Entrance

Your home’s entrance way can make an eye-catching statement. This space is often overlooked, but it’s an important part of the home. It is the first room that a visitor sees, as well as the...

Tiny Home Transformation

Community pitches in to renovate garden villa at The Pines. A tiny garden villa at The Pines Retirement Home has been given a big makeover, thanks to a community effort spearheaded by the Pink Ladies. “It’s...

Poolside Paradise

The pool, which has two lounge areas that give the effect of floating on the water, appears to extend out to become a part of the waterways. It’s a feature John Doak describes as “poolisciousness”...

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...

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