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We purchased property on the island of Providenciales in 2004. After years of dreaming up the design we desired, we broke ground in April of 2005 with intentions to build a home architectually steeped in Caribbean influence, meant to feel as if it were standing long before it was actually constructed. With the pairing of a fine woodworker and a designer, both eager to learn the ropes of construction, there wasn’t a square inch untouched by our own hands. The first year passed and the to do list grew versus shrank; modifications, more details, and the learning curve of landscaping kept us occupied for two more years. The upstairs patio was converted into a home office, the dining room was encased in louvered windows, the pool was joyfully placed, and the addition of an artists studio was deemed necessary to save the rest of the villa from my paint splatters. By 2009, the toolboxes were put away and the infamous task list was finally empty. It was time to celebrate. Wedding posts to follow soon . . . .