Here are a few amazing Caribbean Island Homes!
First off, a Caribbean home on the Island of Mustique in the Grenadines, open to the elements. "We come here to live with nature," say the owners, Gillian and Jack Diamond.
I love the modern and tropical feel here. Casual island style living, just what I would want.
And this is the home of Jamaican painter Judy Ann MacMillan. It was built in the 1800s as the "great house" for a modest cattle and pimiento farm. The wooden home has grown over time, with a series of small additions.
One of Judy Ann's paintings, depicting the magnificent view from the porch.
Step inside Judy Ann's home and you find casual rattan furnishings and a palm theme.
Then the house of Graham Davis, who is a painter also. An authentic 250-year-old Caribbean island home; centuries-old limestone to classic cedar shingles give it all the charm.
The porch is simply amazing and the Adirondack Chairs are painted purple to match the surrounding Agapanthus Lilies. Via Coastal Living.