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Swimming with style, this marine-themed room for six-year-old Dylan is a shark-lovers paradise. Choosing various shades of blues to represent the ocean, Janice Burke from...

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There is no doubt baby Charlie will have a whale of a time growing up in his sophisticated, but fun, nursery created by Janice Burke...

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Perfect for a polished little princess-in-training, Pippa's nursery, also by interior designer mum, Emily Hopkin, is proof that kids' rooms don't have to be so,...

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You know you are destined to have the coolest room on the preschool block when your mum is an interior designer! Four-year-old Charlie is lucky...

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Crafty mum Christina Davis scoured the web for inspiration for son Carter's charming sea-creature-themed nursery. "A family member sent us the link to the [sea-creatures]...

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Proving pink can be both girly and glamorous, five-year-old Callie's new bedroom is the perfect room to grow up in. "Callie wanted a pink room...

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Crown and Anchor is one of the favoured parts of a traditional Bermuda Cup Match. With the annual holiday on the immediate horizon, we're DIY-ing...

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The practice of house naming began hundreds of years ago with the English nobility whose manor houses, castles and estates bore traditional family or place...

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Travelling around beautiful Bermuda in the summer months is made all the more stunning by the flowering of our royal poinciana trees. In full bloom in June and July, the sight of these trees ablaze in red can be breathtaking. It’s no wonder the poinciana is also called flame tree or flamboyant. In celebration of one of nature’s summer gifts, we share our readers’ photos of the royal poinciana on fire.The species was previously placed in the genus Poinciana, named for Phillippe de Longvilliers de Poincy, the seventeenth-century governor of Saint Kitts, which is why, we suppose, it’s that island’s national tree. According to Kew Garden’s website, the genus name, Delonix regia, is derived from the Greek words delos (meaning ‘conspicuous’), and onyx, meaning ‘claw’, referring to the appearance of the spectacular flowers.

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Gradually, the practice spread to the local gentry and then to the middle classes, tradesmen and merchants. Today the name of a house may be...

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Get inspired to welcome spring into your home with seasonal touches for your decor and entertaining. From Mother's Day breakfast to table settings, fresh vegetables...

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Awards

2017 Product & Servic...

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Feature

Bermuda During the Se...

In September 1939, Dr. William (Bill) Cooke was just 11½ years ...

Food & Drink

Blu Bar & Grill

Blû’s stunning location overlooking the Great Sound, gives...

Columns

Fitness Reboot!

There’s nothing like making the most of the holiday season knowi...

Heritage

Reflections on: Retur...

  According to artist Graham Foster, the huge wheel dominating...

People

Bermudians of the Yea...

If media reports through the first half of 2016 were to be believed, t...