ARTICLES BY CATHERINE MACGILLIVRAY
People are at the heart of everything that Sara Jan and her business partner Karen Kersey do.
For Denise Powers, the COVID-19 crisis has provided an opportunity to adapt her business and help other Cayman Islands companies change with the times.
A group of lucky pups, dogs and kittens were bound for Canada this week to join their ‘fur-ever’ homes for Christmas.
The people of the Cayman Islands face a Christmas like never before. As the COVID-19 restrictions mean limited travel for both residents and visitors, the usual international trips for the festive season have been severely curtailed.
A sea grape woodland at Sea Grape House in Frank Sound features a delightful walkway that connects the front drive to the beach.
Bursting with art, creativity and authenticity, the seaside home of Kay and Carl Smith is the kind of place where everyone is made to feel welcome.
Head of the Governor’s Office, Christine Rowlands, began her posting to the Cayman Islands in August for what is expected to be a four-year appointment. She took time out of her busy schedule to tell journalist Catherine MacGillivray about her career as a diplomat.
With the trend in décor towards natural fabrics and personalised workmanship, the ancient art of macramé fits in well with modern tastes.
As shops reel and recover from the impact of the coronavirus lockdown, there is one store that has survived and thrived throughout the decades.
Landscaping is recognised as playing an important contribution to the well-being of patients, with Parrot Ridge beside Health City Cayman Islands being no exception.
Situated on the edge of a sweeping swathe of sand on South Sound, John and Dina Foley’s home at TIDES is connected to the sea on every level.
Five junior officers from the new Cayman Islands Regiment are undergoing officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the UK. The creation of...
It’s not just the people of the Cayman Islands who have had heroes looking after them during lockdown – four-legged friends have been sent to safety, too.
Doctors in the Cayman Islands’ public and private hospitals have responded with a united call-to-arms since the coronavirus reached these shores.
The 2020 Pantone colour of the year, Classic Blue, is a Caribbean designer’s dream. Whether you’re a professional, or just love decorating, the colour complements the islands’ sea and sky, bringing this versatile and bold hue straight into the home.
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a frightening experience for both patients and their loved ones. Living on an island with limited medical resources can...
When New York interior designer Eric Lysdhal was remodelling a home in the Hamptons on the eastern shores of Long Island, he looked south...
The elegance and relevance of contemporary coastal chic has been encapsulated by a South Florida interior design firm in their styling of a new...
Living on a holiday island, residents of the Cayman Islands can indulge in the joys of vacation nearly all year-round. And the Mercantile – the...
Seven statues surround the amphitheatre in this magnificent garden, all of them overseen by a giant, 2,000-lb Buddha, which was shipped all the way...