Heavily embroidered drapes, layered atop grasscloth wallpaper, grounded by blonde jute, and a paired eclectic mix of wicker and rattan seating, of caned technique. To create a unique focal, an antique chapel door turned mirror peers into the past. All are reminiscent of Puerto Rican culture, and whose details hark the design elements of a cultural brew birthed in the Caribbean. 

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