Casa Karina is a perfect blend between contemporary design features and eye-catching rustic elements. This peaceful retreat has thought-provoking indoor and outdoor living areas which are mindfully designed to complement your mood. This stylish home hosts two spacious bedrooms – each with their own private en-suite bathroom.
Guests enter Casa Karina via a commanding 19th-Century River Teak door which was imported from Rajasthan, India. You are immediately welcomed by a handmade hammock which sits next to a fireplace with volcanic stones. This artisan hammock is weaved over four months in the Wayuu style prevalent in northern Colombia. As you continue to enter, you are also welcomed by a cactus garden embracing the space behind a comfortable couch filled with vibrate pillows from Tulum, MX.
The floors and beams are made from recycled hardwood ‘Trojes’ from the state of Michoacán, which is prominent in the blue tones of the kitchen’s ceiling. All of the doors in the home are made from heavy antique mesquite wood, also from Michoacán.
You will find yourself gazing at the pool above with rays of light flickering through the home, and at moments, images of your friends & family passing through the crystal-clear waters. A picture-perfect moment will arise, as this interactive vacation home in San Miguel Allende is like being inside a wooden palapa house at the ocean. The energy of light and love lives strongly within the home, where its energy will be welcomed, and cannot be ignored.