Everything at Casa de Perainda was designed and built with great respect for nature, architecture and regional customs.
Rustic roofs, with original tiles from the old fishermen's houses. Doors, windows and furniture from old farms and buildings in Bahia, from the golden age of cocoa (early 20th century). Burnt cement floors - a tradition of the region's floors. Tiles and hydraulic ceramics from old houses and mansions, coming from Portugal and mainly England. Contemporary art objects by nationally renowned artists.
The pools are lined with Pallimanan, a volcanic stone from Indonesia, baptized here as green hijau that gives a water tone very close to the color of the Trancoso sea, on sunny days.
In the gardens and balconies, wooden benches, padded pillows, hammocks, sun loungers and lots of green lead to peace, tranquility, relaxation, reading and rest.