#BuroGetaway: 5 Homeware havens in Bali that fulfil all your interior needs
Boho-luxury runs through the veins of this mecca of artisanal interior trappings. Macramé hammocks, tassled cushions, shell embellished rattan baskets and tie-dyed textiles, are only the tip of the iceberg. Inspired by the owner's travels in India, Burma and Bali, expect a wonderfully curated range of exotic decorative homeware. Pay them a visit and pop by the neighbouring Bungalow Living Café and Wholesale Gallery for more.
Address: 35 Jl Pantai Berawa, Canggu, Badung, Bali
Kim Soo blows us away with more than the goods they offer; the space itself looks like a collage of our favorite 'Villa-Living' Pinterest pins. Picture a Dutch colonial building with white walls stylishly decked with shelves of earthy textiles, woven accessories, fixtures of stone and brass, and trinkets reminiscent of the Indonesian Archipelago — a feast for the eyes and a siphon of the pocket. After shopping, bask in the bohemian vibes at the in-house café where the cakes are as lovely as the place.
Address: Jl Kayu Aya No. 21, Seminyak, Bali
On the intersection of two main streets, a window lined with beautiful rattan chairs beckons. Mercredi (French for 'Wednesday') is your one-stop shop for chic homeware with a nod to the tropical setting and a wink to French flair. Some of the most gorgeous patterned cushions and throws on the island saturate the store with colour. Amidst the florals and soft furnishings, colonial tables and armoires bring continental charm to the collection.
Address: Jl Basangkasa (corner of Jalan Kayu Aya), Seminyak, Bali
Talented international homeware designers converge under the roof of this concept store. The curation strikes a balance between the modern and traditional wares; showcasing the best material and expertise of different sources. Do not leave without your own haul of polished wooden boards and sculpted bowls that will take your dinner parties to the next level.
Address: Jl Kayu Aya , Seminyak, Bali
Founded by a pair of passionate ceramicists - Marcello Massoni and Michela Foppiani - from Italy, this boutique is an amalgamation of Italian sophistication and Balinese craftsmanship. Custom-tailored, hand-thrown ceramics are crafted with unparalleled excellence in porcelain, stoneware and raku clay. In their hands, raw clay is transformed into stunning artistic objects of decor and function that satisfy the most discerning of customers, including the Armani Casa, Aman resorts and Bulgari Hotels.
Address: Jl Raya Sayan 105, Ubud, Bali