Puerto Rico is a beautiful island that offers locals and visitors the perfect balance of nightlife and tranquillity amid the Spanish colonial buildings that act as the best backdrop for a day of leisure. The island, which is located in the northeastern Caribbean Sea, is known for its stunning landscape of beaches, mountains, and waterfalls.
Many visitors flock Puerto Rico for its vibrant sunsets and forest hideaways which offers secluded and sophisticated romantic getaways. On the streets, the buildings portray the island's colonial dignity and rich history.
To celebrate the island's colors and culture, we curated a list of four fun and fabulous indoor decorations that could help you channel your inner Puerto Rican while impressing your guests with a spruced-up home.
Proudly display your heritage with this mini Puerto Rican flag that you can place on your coffee table, dining table, or end tables. This product is made of high-quality, durable polyester and a suede non-slip stand base that is suitable for officers, families, and conference rooms.
Fun Fact: The three red stripes in the flag represents the lives of the brave warriors who fought for the island's independence that is embodied by the two white stripes. The white star signifies the island, while the blue symbolizes the sky and the crystalline waters.
Celebrate the island's top attractions with this Puerto Rico-shaped bamboo cutting board. The fun and whimsical laser-engraved artwork will surely delight visitors. The board includes a hanging hole to give you an option of transforming this cutting board into a wonderful wall art showing off your island's pride.
Totally Bamboo's cutting board includes all the wonderful sights and places on the island, such as Mayaguez, Rincon Stella, Cavernas del Rio Camuy, Lago Caonillas, Bayamon, and Iglesias San Blas de Illescas.
This high definition modern canvas painting featuring the Puerto Rican flag celebrates the island's pride and independence. The high-quality image is waterproof and unfading, making it the perfect decoration to hang in your bedroom, kitchen, and living room.
The painting is a nod to an iconic artwork, La Puerta de la Bandera, which can be seen when passing San Juan. The mural is painted on the side of an abandoned historical building and was first painted by local artist Rosenda Alvarez as a symbol of national identity.
History buffs will love this high-quality reproduction of Puerto Rico's map from 1886. The map is made of quality materials that keep it from fading for years. This beautiful artwork serves as the perfect addition to your growing collection of vintages.
The 1886 Puerto Rico map is a reproduction of the original that can be found in the geography division of the U.S. Library of Congress.