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The story of Mustique takes a dramatic turn in 1958 when the 1,400 acre island was purchased for less than $68,000 by the unforgettable, eccentric Scottish aristocrat Colin Tennant (also known as Lord Glenconner or more formally 3rd Baron Glenconner). At the time of Tennant’s arrival the island had more or less returned to its [...]

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Mustique’s Early History

  I wanted to back up for a few moments and tell you a little bit more about the history of the fabulous island where I spend so much of my time. Since the island rarely allows press to visit, Mustique hasn’t been talked about very much other than to mention the who’s who of [...]

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Ocean Breeze: the Beginning


Ocean Breeze was the incredible project that served as my introduction to Mustique. I was working for Peter Marino at the time and during this period he was working almost exclusively on these incredibly large scale homes, 30,000 square feet and up, so he sent me to take care of his client Linda de Pecciotto [...]

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Decorating on the Edge: Design Adventures on Mustique

  My job is nothing if not an adventure. I like to think of myself as the Indiana Jones (Indiana Joness?) of interior design, which is what feels like sometime wrangling furniture and supplies for the homes I design on the fabulous but remote island of Mustique. It’s hard to believe that’s it’s been over [...]

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