Whether you’re furnishing your home or building a dream house from scratch, there really is no better place than Bali when it comes to interior design. Here on the island, you’ll find fabulous furniture made from breathtaking indigenous materials, you can shop gorgeous homewares made by local artisans who’ve honed their craft over generations, and that’s before we even mention the dizzying array of big, breezy rental villas just waiting to be decorated and transformed into dreamy abodes.
Every region has a different take on a coastal theme. California Coastal follows its West Coast stereotype of laid-back and casual: pillows without piping, slip-covered sofas, rough-hewn wood surfaces and lots of sisal elements. Rattan is now one of the most used in furnitures, home decors and lightings. We design here a beautiful large JuliaContinue reading “What’s your coastal interior design style?”
Rattan pendant lights truly gives us the natural and eco friendly experience at home, however gray home brings calmness in soul. So, mixing the two won’t hurt instead, it lifts up the quiet spirit out of us, that fades away the typical human restlessness in us. Get this lights to your interior design this summer.Continue reading “Beautiful Gray Home”
A designer and owner of Huxley and Harper, a coastal chic fashion in California. She’s just nailed it with her Mauna Lani rattan pendant lights and that wooden swings. Love the bar and the tiling all over the space, don’t you?
Thirty something years ago when we’re married too young, we had a vacation to a spot where you can enjoy the sound of river flowing and the water splashing while we’re on the bed, vibrating with youth. This bamboo ceiling reminds me of the cottage we stayed in. It’s handwoven texture truly carved something in my heart.
How to design Airbnb rental property with beautiful Balinese style vacation home.
How to interior styling your florist studio with rattan pendant lights.