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How to bring Guatemala into your home!

 We are in La Antigua, Guatemala!

THIS WEEK I AM SHOWCASING THE INCREDIBLE

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Casa Santa Domingo is in the heart of La Antigua, Guatemala, a beautiful city littered with magnificent colonial ruins and oozing with Spanish Baroque influence. The architecture here is rich with stoneworks and pastel facades and the archways and intricate details of the churches romanticise the city for locals and visitors alike. The whole city has been listed as a World Heritage Sight, signifying the cultural importance of its architecture.

At Casa Santa Domingo the style of the city carries through this 128 room hotel. Each room mixes pieces from local and historic Guatemalan fine artists with handmade textiles and traditional contemporary designs. Throughout the hotel you are lulled into relaxation by the sounds of the beautiful stonework water features around every corner.

Check out the video below to see more from Casa Santa Domingo:

 

Georgia’s favourite design elements at Casa Santa Domingo– the beautiful water features that are imbedded in the ruin walls and blend with the greenery that crawls up the walls. Subtly entrenched in the walls of various courtyards the water features are an intricate hero of the hotel.

Bring a piece of Santa Domingo to your home in the following ways:
1. Don’t be afraid to mix up your textures. Use brick, tiles and stonework together to create an intricate and personal design that will help give the space it’s own personality. Of course you should be careful not to over do it, but layering up textures can make for an interesting and hugely individual space with its own unique charm.

2. Use a Terracotta or clay tile for your flooring! TILESOFEZRA has a gorgeous terracotta brick tile - FL005 - which works perfectly as a floor or wall tile surface, Richie and I even used this tile in our very own bathroom.. so I first hand can say how much I love this tile!  Whats better is that I hold it in stock! 

Check out the gallery below for more photos from Casa Santa Domingo: