On the remote island of Bequia, in a community hand-sculpted out of stones and shells, John and Lusan Corbett live deeply connected to the sun, wind, and sea.
Raindrops seeping through the roof and floorboards creaking like old bones only add to the beauty and character of this 250-year-old home on Jamaica’s north shore.
With astounding views of the mountains and the sea, this Caribbean “great house” provides painted Judy Ann MacMillan with endless inspiration.
Nature’s breezes and breathtaking views abound in this island retreat.
French West Indies-style and natural building materials are on display in this island home.