“Travel the world, fill your suitcase with treasures. They all have a story that becomes a memory for life.” – unknown
Out of The Blue, popular new boutique at Zemi Beach House, touts locally made finds catering to wanderlust. From handcrafted ceramics and jewelry, to stylish apparel, provisions and knick-knacks, here’s a collection of handpicked items you’ll want to browse through.
- Custom Zemi Beach House Sand Jewelry, by Salt, Sand and Sea, Sand showcases Anguillan sand, shells and pieces of red coral. Necklaces, earrings and cuff links are available.
- Done in shades of blue, handmade ceramic bowls showcasing Zemi Beach House’s logo are crafted by a local artist on island.
- Written and illustrated by Anguillan author, Jo Anne Mason, copies of the popular children’s book, Paddy the Goat That Saved Anguilla, are signed with a note that reads “Greetings from Zemi Beach House.”
- Made locally with ingredients grown on a hydroponic farm, a selection of delicious jams from Anguilla’s Jammin’ are ripe for the picking.
- Island Company’s Caribbean-chic linen clothing, carried in hundreds of top resorts and boutiques in the tropics, has lightweight clothing options for both men and women.
- Tastefully vibrant swim shorts by European brand, Henri James, are inspired by travel, adventure and the sea.
- Boasting stylish European designs and made in Portugal, dresses from SAHOCO Clothing are perfect to wear to an evening of dinner and cocktails.
- Handmade using sustainable materials which promote environmentally conscious production, Mujus Jewelry pieces use Tagua seed that grows on palm trees across the amazon rainforest.
- Hand-blown exclusively for Zemi Beach House in Murano, Italy, Murano glass necklaces displaying a colorful special fish design can be dressed up or down.
- Victor Hempel Jewelry, handcrafted from recycled ocean treasures, adds a finishing touch to any Caribbean ensemble. Victor is an artist of the sea – he lives on a sailboat and spends his life traveling from island to island.
- Zemi Beach House Giclee prints, done by French artist, Paul Elliott Thuleau, and made using commissioned oil, are signed and numbered. His art is shown in Anguilla, St. Martin, Antigua and Curacao. You’ll notice his prints hanging at our very own reception building.