Cayman Interior Design Trends
With Transitional Design and Modern Design being two of the most desired design styles today, there is no surprise that these have also carried themselves over into Caribbean Interior Design, more 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 normally in neutral tones, with accents of beach elements throughout the design – whether that be blue materials, artwork, or a single coral accessory. It is all about bringing the calm and enjoyable exterior living into the interiors of the residence – making the interiors of the home and extension of the exterior living.
We recently had a project of ours, a residence located in Grand Cayman, published in Real Life Magazine. They are a Caribbean Luxury Lifestyle, Property and Design Magazine. This project was designed by Jack Lonetto – who let the Cayman nature drive his vision and color palette for the interiors of the residence. He looked at the neutrals of the sand for the foundation of his design. Grey and brown tones were incorporated throughout the design, which were drawn from the sea grass in the ocean. The prominent colors of the Cayman blue water were used minimally in the design. The interior of the home was designed to complement the exterior. With multiple projects in Grand Cayman, there is a trend that all clients are interested in – having a clam, sleek interior, focused around a neutral color palette and accents of color incorporated throughout.