Volcanic mountains, colorful homes and streets full of pattern…
Tucked away in a small village, my friend QK’s mid century modern vacation home is an internationally getaway you have to see!
Her family’s modern country home is filled with eclectic art and native Guatemalan designs. Tastefully designed with a natural exposed kitchen + living room ceiling, featuring an antique cobblestone wall.
QK has an eye for displaying her decor. The random placement of her collected masks is bold and feels like a living museum.
A perfect blend between handmade, rustic and modern.
Colorful art work that captures the stories of her vivid country.
Large windows and minimal furniture placement makes this room unique. The blush carpet gives the space a 70’s vibe.
Native textiles fill the home, bright colors mixed with natural earth tones is the theme in her modern vacation home!
Herman Miller is on trend. Add a bunglo lumbar pillow for the perfect reading nook 🙂
Dream bath. With a view of the mountains!
A peaceful room with shamanistic art and a lunar pillow – mystical dream expected.
The view from the back of the home, the gardens were natural and calming.
QK at the entrance of her home – how cool is her vacation getaway?
Back in Antigua for the day, I captured the vibrant street colors on a quiet Sunday.
This hammock and textile store was a dream. I could’ve moved in…
Native textiles from the local market. I picked up a few for our home – each design shares a story!
Colorful accents are a part of life in Guatemala.
Back at my hotel, I spent the afternoon relaxing and sketching as I was full of inspiration!
Stay tuned for our first collection from Guatamala launching next week!