Sarah Fuller's pottery studio sits at the waters edge in Antigua and the ceramics reflect the colours of the Caribbean sea and the sky.
Her eyes sparkle as she recalls her Great Uncle Ernest, a cool eccentric guy, and her grandparents, chartering boats in Antigua.
This is inside-outside living at it's very best, where nature and design collide in the midst of the rainforest and live in perfect harmony through fabric patterns and shapes and clever architecture.
"I'm an island girl", she tells me. I can feel the vibe, from her beach chic home ...
I love to be alone with my clean white canvas deciding where to start, my favourite thing is watching it come alive.
The midday sun seared down over the Gunpowder House as I drove up the dusty gravelled lane, past the sparse scrubland where a mare and her foal were grazing, to meet the iconic Naydene Gonnella.
Caroline Fabre has written 8 books, from novels to children's books and recipe collections.
She is at once outrageously inspiring, compassionate, engaging and utterly chic....her genius sparkles through her paintings that glint with gold leaf.
- How do you feel when you are painting? So happy, like it is what I am supposed to do.
Given the colour palette of the Caribbean where tropical seas meet the myriad of greens of the rainforest and then the flowers that bloom all year round: Carmen Miller with her eye for design splendidly captures it all on her extraordinary and stunning hand painted scarves.