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10 Best Homeware and Furniture Shops in Bali

Each of these best home-ware and furniture shops in Bali can serve as starting points on your hunts for chic designer items sold on the island. These range from handmade ceramic Crockery's that can add some color to your kitchen and table, unique décor pieces that are personally sourced by passionate store owners, as well as rare handicrafts made in Bali highly skilled artisans. Some of these are great furniture and décor showrooms that let you choose from an eclectic mix, while others are outlets that showcase an exclusive set of collections produced from their own factory, either specializing in ceramics, upholstery or furniture using certain materials. Themes also vary, from colorfully ‘hippie chic’, to modern and nature and traditionally-inspired motifs such as batiks and organic, tropical plants. Get inspired for items to spruce up your living spaces back home, right here.

1) Kamala Home Boutique

This is one of great go-to places in Ubud for unique contemporary designer furniture and décor. Two Balinese courtyard townhouses form its showrooms. This provides experiential shopping for locally-made and sourced furniture, fixtures and home accessories, as they’re all laid out just as they would be in a house. Having tailored various villas, boutique resorts and restaurants for over a decade – Bulgari Resort Bali and Biku Restaurant to name a few – some of the designs that you’ll find here are quite inimitable: silken and embroidered upholsteries, decorated pillows, to Javanese antiques.

Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 10:00 – 17:00

Location: Jalan Tegal Sari No.10, Ubud

Tel: +62 (0)812 380 6485


2) CARGA Bali

This boutique gallery on Seminyak’s Jalan Petitenget is full of colourful gift ideas and chic home-wares. Even if you’re not on the hunt for anything particular, the store is well worth an inspiring visit thanks to its tropical decor, which includes a life-size palm tree carved out of wood. CARGA Bali’s well-curated collections range from home décor items, textiles and small gifts – think greeting cards and fragrant candles in exotic scents like cinnamon tree and amber ginger rose. Some quirky furniture is also on offer, including beautiful rattan chairs, and other items to order.

Opening Hours: 09:00 - 21:00

Location: Jalan Petitenget No. 886, Seminyak

Tel: +62 (0)361 847 8173


3) Mercredi

This elegant boutique on the corner of Seminyak’s Jalan Basangkasa and Jalan Kayu Aya is a one-stop shopping destination for those on the hunt for unique and beautiful designer home-wares in Bali. The store offers an impressive selection of linens, cushions, crockery, lamps and home décor items, which draw inspiration from the tropical colors of Bali through its vibrant shades of green and blue. Florals in all shapes and sizes are also well-represented, but the overall look remains chic rather than gaudy. Look out for colonial-inspired furniture, beautifully woven rattan chairs and Parisian birdcages, as well.

Opening Hours: 09:00 - 21:00

Location: Jalan Basangkasa (corner of Jalan Kayu Aya), Seminyak

Tel: +62 (0)361 735 516


4) Jenggala Keramik

As one of the pioneering ceramic design houses on the island, Jenggala Keramik is renowned for its glass and fired-ceramic tableware. Its unique organic designs are featured throughout its wide range of teapots, bowls, cups and saucers, vases, tissue boxes, salt n’ pepper shakers, plates and oil burners, all of which continue to evolve with innovative and inspiring shapes, forms and colors through the years. Its specialist motif range includes frangipani, frog, bamboo, lotus, ‘Pincuk’ or folded banana leaf and many other organic collections.

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 20:00

Location: Jalan Uluwatu II, Jimbaran

Tel: +62 (0)361 703 311


5) Kody & Ko

This little boutique tucked away on a side street off Jalan Kayu Aya in Seminyak features bright and colorful contemporary home-ware and art pieces sourced locally, and made by both local and expat artists. Unique and fun items, from kitsch portraits of Balinese girls, pastel-colored bean bags, Buddha statuettes in full color, and flower and zebra-striped handbags are some of the things you’ll stumble upon inside the gallery. Unusual furniture is also displayed at the storefront. It’s the perfect place to go looking for objects for the home or an unusual but cheerful gift that will invite curiosity. Among these are face artworks and animal busts, colorful Buddhas, flamboyantly colored pop skulls and hunter bounty-style deer head busts to hang on the wall.

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 17:00

Location: Jalan Kayu Cendana C003, Seminyak

Tel: +62 (0)361 737 359


6) Bungalow Living

This specialty shop and café is for dog lovers and those with a penchant for home-ware in colorful and inspiring designs. While you can enjoy great coffee selections and baked goods at its café, Bungalow Living Gallery welcomes you to browse through its extensive range of home décor items such as cushion covers, Afghan pillows, leather clutches, crochets, some music albums and even unique toys for the little ones. Their dedicated line of products for pet dogs such as bed base cushions (USD 45) are inspired by their own furry poodle in residence, BB King.

Opening Hours: 07:30-17:30

Location: Jalan Pantai Berawa 35A, Canggu

Tel: +62 (0)361 844 6567


7) Toko Emporium

You can source some quirky décor items for your living room to impress visiting guests at this showroom on Jalan Kayu Aya in Seminyak, ranging from intricately carved buffalo horns, artistic mirrors and photo frames, including jewellery pieces that actually look good on the table. Toko Emporium supports local artists and crafts people, and it stocks almost 100% locally produced items.

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 22:00

Location: Jalan Kayu Aya No1, Seminyak

Tel: +62 (0)821 4745 9485


8) Kevala Ceramics

For a great selection of one-off ceramic items, you can try Kevala Ceramics, which is quite a name on the island, with commissioned work in numerous five-star resorts and fine restaurants. The collection ranges from tableware, stoneware, spa and bathroom paraphernalia, to exquisite dé;cor items such as mini vases and candle holders, all of which vary in glaze, size and texture. Most of Kevala Ceramics’; signature designs are rendered in natural motifs and hues, but you can also choose from its line of products that are a result of collaborative work with guest artists in various themes and designs. There are several retail outlets island-wide, with its main showcase on Jalan Batubelig.

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 19:30

Location: Jalan Batubelig, Kerobokan


9) Jean-Francois Fichot

Flagship store of a late French designer and collector, Jean-Francois Fichot gallery near the Ubud Monkey Forest is gorgeously laid out, showcasing a vast collection of the works of art from a man who had devoted most of his life scouring the globe for unusual, natural materials, which he later passionately incorporated into one-of-a-kind, contemporary jewellery and home decor pieces. Most are on sale, with several pieces obviously only for die-hard fine art collectors. The main gallery features home decor items such as antique Roman glass bowls from Afghanistan, aventurines Hindu god statues and Chinese jade. A smaller private room lets you pleasantly get wonderfully lost in its exquisite jewellery collections.

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 21:00

Location: Jalan Raya Pengosekan No.7, Ubud

Tel: +62 813 374 052 33

10) Hobo Bali

HOBO Bali is a bohemian home décor store with outlets located in Seminyak and Kerobokan. The store offers unique furniture and home accessories with a focus on environmental sustainability and supporting local communities. All products are made locally in Indonesia using natural materials native to the region. The overall aesthetic of HOBO is bohemian and modern, with local touches like Javanese batik adding a bit of the exotic. The furniture includes crate coffee tables and stools covered in batik, with some of the most unique pieces being vintage school chairs covered in colorful batik motifs.

Opening Hours: 08:00 – 20:00

Location: Jalan Kerobokan Kelod No. 105, Kerobokan

Tel: +62 (0)361 733 369


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