The bride’s room provides an elegant place for women to dress as they prepare for their temple sealings
Hidden behind the curtains of the celestial room are magnificent pieces of artwork that provide glimpses of blue to celestial room patrons, as well as to visitors outside the temple.
Highlighted by a beautiful chandelier that reminds viewers of the light they receive in the temple, the celestial room offers a place for meditation and prayer.
The door handles and face plates are enhanced by carvings of copíhue, which is indigenous to South America and is the national flower of Chile.
More art glass is apparent when seen from outside the temple entrance.
The attention to detail throughout the temple is shown in the marquetry in the surface of this desk.
This is one of two ordinance rooms in the Santiago Temple
The newly remodeled Baptistry was enhanced by the addition of twelve oxen that support the baptismal font.
After the remodeling, the number of sealing rooms has doubled to four.
The waiting area near the entrance of the temple shows art glass that adorns the doorway. Also seen here are the first subtle uses of the color blue — a color that is used in many rooms of this temple.