As the name suggests, it is a room full of decorations that pay homage to traditional Romanian traditions and symbols.
At the end of the bed sits a peasant rug that we inherited from our grandparents. A 120-year-old diaphanous scarf, made by a great-grandmother’s great-grandmother and woven from silk from silkworms raised by herself, surrounds a portrait of a peasant.
The cup chandelier and the appliqué from a saucer, painted by us, inspirely complete the overall image of the room.
The bathroom of this room will surprise you the most. The mirror is made by us from painted wood and decorated with plates, and the chandelier is made of cups, all painted by us.
The traditional elements are also found in the bathroom where the sink is made of wood on which I pyrographed some traditional Romanian symbols such as the Sun, the Vartelnita or the Water.
So, a bathroom full of Romanian ancestral symbols, with meanings that we can’t wait to tell you about.