With transitional and modern designs being two of the most desired design styles today, it is no surprise they have also carried themselves over into Caribbean interior design, specifically Cayman interior design.
The interiors are now turning away from the well-known “beachy” look. Instead, they are developing a sleek transitional/modern interior. These interiors are generally neutral tones, with accents of beach elements throughout the design – whether blue materials, artwork, or a single coral accessory.
It is about bringing peaceful and enjoyable exterior living into the residence’s interiors.
The Decorators Unlimited is proud to have provided interior design services to Sun Serenity, winner of the prestigious 2017 International Property Development Award for Best Single Residential Property in the World. The International Property Awards celebrate the highest level of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry.
Designed by Senior Interior Designer Jack Lonetto, the Cayman nature drives the interiors of Sun Serenity. Lonetto looked at the sand’s neutrals for his design’s foundation. Grey and brown tones were incorporated throughout the interior, drawing from the ocean seagrass. The prominent colors of the Cayman blue water were used minimally in the design.
With multiple projects in Grand Cayman, we are seeing a trend all clients are interested in: having a calm, sleek interior focused around a neutral color palette and accents of color incorporated throughout.
Over the past decade, The Decorators Unlimited has completed more than 40 projects in the Cayman Islands, including the award-winning Sun Serenity, Rum Pointe Residences, Fin Development, Black Urchin, and the Cumber Residences.