Interior décor enthusiasts, brace yourselves. Situated at the North of Seminyak is Jalan Kerobokan, a hub for all styles of indoor and outdoor furniture, landscaping and home décor. Shopping in Kerobokan would satisfy even the fussiest shopper as the unassuming lane boasts everything from hand painted antiques to contemporary furniture, a blend of Asian and modern designs and even a handful of cool art stores. Travel through the street of Kerobokan, in true Travelshopa style.
Centred on sustainability, Bambooku transforms bamboo into eco-friendly luxury linen products like bedding items, towels, pajamas, and menswear and women’s wear apparel. The result is simple, comfortable, resort-styled designs that remain true to its social responsibility through and through. On a personal front, the “ku” in the store’s name, which refers to the possessive noun “my” in the Indonesian language, suggests self-empowerment, reinforcing the fact that we each have the power to save and protect our planet for our future generations.
#90 Jalan Merthanadi Kerobokan, Kuta Bali, 80361
If you’ve always wanted to add a touch of Balinese homewares to your home but not go overboard with its rustic accents, you’ll love Hobo. The store offers Balinese-inspired furniture and home accessories with a touch of contemporary. Encounter a mix of delectable prints and patterns, neutrals with lovely pops of colour and decorative and textured finishes on every piece. Hobo also prides itself on providing handmade and exclusive products that appeal to every taste.
#105, Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Seminyak, Bali 80361
Ever scrambled to get your furniture out of the rain during bad weather? You wouldn’t need for that after a trip to House of Synthetic. Though made of synthetic versions of original pieces, their products are free from harmful creosote varnishes and are long lasting and maintenance free. Adorn your patios with sunbeds, day beds, sofas, tables and chairs or purchase a full set for the best values. You also have the choice to manufacture your furniture with anti-fungal additives to help keep them looking brand new!
#91 Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Kuta, Bali 80361
Backed with over 36 years of experience, Lio Collection is reputed to be one of the leading furniture stores in Bali. They handle Indonesian indoor or outdoor furniture made with top quality rattan, mahogany, leather, and bamboo and teak wood. You’ll be spoilt for choice with their fair share of home décor like glass art, themed lamps, elegant lighting and candleholders and an eclectic collection of paintings by the locals.
#2 Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Kuta, Bali 80361
Recycled-boat wood furniture
Step into a treasure trove of colourful recycled-boat wood furniture at Magic Fish. This shop exudes Bali’s rustic charm with stockpiles of furniture and homewares made from teak, mahogany and iron. You’ll encounter everything from Buddha statues to boat paddles. If you’re seeking for rustic home décor, centrepieces and even paintings, Magic Fish is the place to be.
#120, Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Kuta, Bali 80361
The Oazia group has evolved into quite an impressive premium lifestyle label, making a mark in various industries. Apart from a group of villas, a bar and a design studio, Oazia plays home to a luxe fashion gallery, featuring some of the best brands under one roof. The multi-concept store carries an eclectic mix of fashion, furniture and homewares from over 20 designers based in Bali. Spoil yourselves silly with a choice of men’s and women’s fashion apparel and accessories, furniture and home décor.
#51x, Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Kuta, Bali 80361
Oriental inspired pieces with bold colours
The entrance of Together Furniture is hard to miss with its brick red exterior and display of bright coloured furniture. This store features the most exquisite oriental-style furniture and home décor with pop twists. You’ll find rattan chairs in glossy and matt varnishing, vintage cabinets painted with vibrant colours, peacock chairs and faux taxidermy animal heads. They also ship worldwide so do not be disheartened if you fancy something that can’t fit your luggage.
#39 Jalan Mertanadi, Kerobokan, Kuta, Bali, 80361
You may have recognised some of their furniture at your resorts as Warisan Living has an impressive repertoire of providing furniture for some of the best 5-star resorts in Bali and around the world. The furniture acquires contemporary and modern designs with a hint of rural Bali. Recycled wood is used to maintain sustainability as well.
#68 Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Kuta, Bali 80361