Homes in Bermuda have a unique architecture, from the humble to the grand they are visual “cottages”.  Coming in an array of glorious colors, form follows function in every case.  Our white roofs are slightly sloped and slated in ridges of limestone to collect and purify rainwater.

Heavy masonry construction and shuttered windows address the occasional hurricane and fireplaces provide heat in the damp winter.

In my depiction welcoming steps lead to paneled door made of cedar, an endemic wood that has been threatened with blight but maintained in many older homes.

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