If you don’t already know, it’s a fact that Bali is paradise for furniture and homeware shoppers.

Trust us, we went there with empty luggages, and came back with them packed to the brim with homeware purchases. (Not even kidding – some intensely strategic packing was involved! ;P)

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With that said, here’s our roundup of the best furniture and homeware shopping to be found in Bali!

From the already popular ones like Toko Emporium, to the lesser known ones like Tamara Danielle – read on and check out these best places to get your gorgeous new home pieces.

1. Living the resort life – Bungalow Living (homeware, bedding, accessories)

For the fans of resort-styled homes, or even those who follow Instagram accounts like villa styling, this shop is where you need to go. Bungalow Living is exactly as its name suggests – they provide all sorts of  resort/villa/bungalow style homeware and furnishings here.


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Check out the affordable cushions (Batik Black Pineapple at $7.50!) and bed covers available in a wide range of beautiful prints; crocheted blankets, and even leather products.


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If you’re a dog owner with your little furry friend back home, you’ll be happy to know that canine products like dog beds are also available here. 🙂

Another thing to know, there’s a cafe here where you may dine and kick back on a relaxing afternoon with Bungalow Living’s very own mascot puppy – the sweetest chocolate golden “Doodle” named BB.

Order up a juice or milkshake, and choose from the selection of baked treats. Cakes, tarts, pastries and more, brunching is casual, fun, and stylish affair here.


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Bungalow Living exudes peace and relaxation – exactly the sort of vacation vibes you’d love to bring home for good!


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Bungalow Living

Address: Jalan Pantai Berawa 35A, Canggu 80361, Bali, Indonesia
Contact: 0361 844 6567
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 8.30am to 6pm
Price: From $7

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2. The weird and wonderful – Toko Emporium (furniture, homeware, accessories)

When it’s a furniture and homeware shopping story, you know Toko Emporium has to be mentioned.


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Well known for their selection of unique décor pieces from the oh-so-popular hand-carved water buffalo skulls, to intricately hand beaded cushions (using a mixture of seashells and beads), you never know what you can expect to find here.


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There are even amazing cowhide bar stools, and sculptures like these bronze ants to accentuate the little corners of your home.


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If the theme for your home is eclectic, bohemian, or maybe minimalist with a sprinkling of the weird and wonderful – Toko Emporium is where you need to come.


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PS: Apart from furnishings and homeware items, there are even gorgeous handmade beaded shell bags and clutches, colourful kaftans, and intricate accessories.

Toko Emporium

Address: Jl. Oberoi No 1, Seminyak, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 821-4745-9485
Opening hours: 9am to 10pm daily
Price: From $10  (Do note that prices vary widely from $10 for small accessories, to around $215 for bigger homeware items like the large hand-carved water buffalo skull.)

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3. It’s a beachy, vintage treasure hunt – Tamara Danielle (vintage, home decor, homeware, accessories)

Ahh Tamara Danielle. Where do we begin? First, we only stumbled on this treasure of a find while strolling down the main streets of Ubud. And interestingly enough, a visit to Tamara Danielle is akin to a treasure hunt.


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There’s just so much on offer, and all of them have a certain charm you can’t resist. You can’t help but to discipline yourself, and sift through every single item, until you find that one thing you simply have to have.


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A mixture of vintage and eclecticism, Tamara Danielle feels very much like they have anything you could possibly want, if you’d like your home to look a little like that hip café you love.


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There are many vintage beachy signboards with the most amazing quotes, or even old-school posters such as the ones by Coke, Campbell and more.


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All we have left to say is – let the hunt begin.

Tamara Danielle

Address: Monkey Forest Road, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia 80571
Price: From $7

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4. Go straight to the source with chic and trendy furniture – Lio Collection (furniture, homeware)

This wholesale supplier is where it’s at with more than 36 years of experience in manufacturing truly stunning pieces.


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By simply visiting their website, the catalogues provide a promising preview of the incredible finds you can expect to discover when you’re furniture shopping with them in Bali.


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With catalogues that look uber polished with well-designed spaces (gives off vibes of a Balinese Ikea perhaps?), there are different types of furniture available for every type of space – and décor and lighting are available too.

One thing to note, Lio Collection is famous for their rattan and bamboo furniture collection, so make sure to check those out especially if you’re in the market for it!


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Lio Collection

Address: Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 2 Banjar Taman Kerobokan, Kuta Utara, Badung 80361
Contact: +62 8510 208 9550

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5. Shopping around for antiques and vintage furniture? – Eclectik Asia (furniture, homeware, home decor, accessories)

Boasting homemade products and wholesale prices, Eclectik popped up on our radar during our stroll along Ubud’s famed Monkey Forest Road.

First, the signs propped outside the storefront caught our eyes with cheeky quotes like “No work after 5”, “Oooh! It’s Wine ‘O’ Clock”. After taking a second look at the storefront, we knew we simply had to go in to see what was on offer.

It’s a great place to source for antiques and vintage items. And it’s not limited to small homeware products like sculptures or interesting signs.


There are even antique chairs fit for princes and princesses!


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If you’re a fan of that weathered down look, or simply want to add something with a bit of an aged surface into your home – furniture such as these aged bar stools are available too! (Do note that they are on order only.)

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Overall, Eclectik gives off vibes similar to Tamara Danielle. While the tastes on display are similar, you can be sure that the products available are pretty different. Either way, both shops are on the same Monkey Forest Road, so it won’t hurt coming in for a peep!

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Eclectik Asia

Address: Jalan Raya Monkey Forest
Contact: +62 819-9990-3308

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6. For Balinese-style furniture with a modern twist – Cempaka Bali (furniture, homeware)

At Cempaka, one thing we especially appreciate is how everyday life in Bali gets artfully translated into superbly designed furniture for everyday use.


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“In terms of design inspiration, we draw on the daily experience of living in this awe-inspiring archipelago – the intricate weave of a basket used to transport goods to market to the complex carving seen on Balinese temple doors.


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We strive to absorb these local influences and combine them with a contemporary western aesthetic resulting in unique, quality products.”


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Traditional wood chairs with intricately carved backs, or Balinese lounges with sleek lines, Cempaka’s furniture will help you to recreate your Bali vacation right at home.

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And if you think we’re kidding about recreating your Bali vacation – we’re really not.

Cempaka has helped to furnish popular hotels and resorts like Alila Resort, Novotel Bali, and Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa to name a few!

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So now you know, shop at Cempaka for your furniture needs, and you’ll have a very nice home that will constantly remind you of your relaxing and oh-so-amazing Bali holidays.

Cempaka Bali

Address: Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai 8, Simpang Siur, Kuta 80361, Bali, Indonesia
Contact: +62 (0) 361 766 555 // +62 (0) 361 747 4393

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7. Shop rustic antiques and eclectic furniture – Warisan Living (furniture, homeware, home decor)

If you’ve ever watched Youtuber Mr Kate, and admire her eclectic interior decorating style, well… This is the place for you.

There’s a ton of different traditional Balinese furniture at Warisan, ranging from soft furniture to art furniture, and even modern pieces to suit your taste.


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Warisan’s in-house designers and craftsmen are known to create quality furniture oozing with that unique Balinese creativity we know and love!

(They even have offices and showrooms around the world, so you know they’re that good.)


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Apart from the furniture, there are other homewares simply waiting for your discovery. Get some wooden ethnic bowls, or mix it up with different metal sculptures – your home will look entirely designer, courtesy of Warisan’s well-received offerings.


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Warisan Living

Address: Jalan Raya Kerobokan No.38, Banjar Taman, Bali 80361
Phone: +62 (361) 730 048
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday, 9am – 8pm | Weekend, 12am – 6pm


8. Everything beautiful, as far as the eye can see – Sukawati Art Market (art, homeware, home decor, accessories, clothes)

When we were here, we were blown away by the sheer size of Sukawati Art Market.

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We spent about 3 hours here, and only managed to walk around the first main building where the carpark was (both first and second storey), and explored the lengths of 3 sides of a second block (inside and out).

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Walking around Sukawati Art Market can be a little tricky in the sense that it may feel like a maze. But if you’re out to discover really unique things in the hidden shops off the alleys, then you’re in for a ride.

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Here, you will find an extensive range of items. Paintings, wooden ethnic bowls, crockery, and insanely gorgeous shell items. (2-3 times cheaper than Ubud central)

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We Ok fine, I snapped up sooo many of these, all for the unbelievable price of under $30. From abalone bowls to mother-of-pearl trays, and even pearl tissue boxes… I went crazy at the sight of all these deliciously mermaidy things – and I don’t regret it.

Enough raving, apart from that, there are also those popular comfortable batik pants, dresses, wooden sculptures, handmade bags, and so much more!

Tip: If you intend to explore the market fully, make sure to set at least half a day aside for this!

Sukawati Art Market

Address: Jl Raya Sukawati, Bali, Indonesia. Coordinates here.
Opening hours: 8am to 7pm daily
Price: From Rp. 30,000 (approximately USD $2)

9. Designer-worthy crockery available here! – Kevala Ceramics (crockery, homeware)

Kevala which means “perfect, whole, complete” is the perfect place to get designer-worthy crockery.


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With retail spaces all over Bali (Ubud, Seminyak, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Karangasem, Uluwatu, and Batu Bulan), you know they’re much loved and worth a visit.


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Lovingly designed and handmade by local artisans, Kevala’s hand-crafted ceramics with their refined prints and unique textures will make great conversation starters at your next dinner party.


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While some people don’t place much focus on their crockery, did you know it’s one of the subtlest ways to introduce textures and patterns into your home?

Kevala is one of the few places we’ve managed to find with such upscale quality and designs – so make sure to pay Kevala a visit when you come over! You won’t regret picking up a piece or two.

Kevala Ceramics

Address: Jalan Dewi Sita, Ubud, Bali
Contact: +62 361 4735869

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10. Bring nature into your home – Focus Design (art, home decor, light holders)

If we had been smart enough to bring an extra luggage, we most certainly would’ve gotten one of these really beautiful mouth blown glass globes back. (Of course, you may ship your purchases back home, but we were in a bit of a hurry!)


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We were driving past while on our way to Ubud, and saw this shop. Naturally, we simply had to stop our driver so we could check it out. Stepping into this warehouse/showroom off the side of the road, felt a little surreal with the glass globes hanging almost delicately off tree stumps and branches.


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With the sun shining down through the glass showing off the colours and incredible designs, it was hard not to fall in love with these works of art.

What made it even better, was how they turned some of those glass globes into the prettiest fish bowls I’ve ever seen! (I was already imagining that perfect set-up in my apartment. x.x)


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If you love having some elements of nature (i.e., water and wood) in your home, then you’ll adore these fluid designs (glass globes melted over tree stumps and branches) – and you really, really have to come here.

PS: Shopping at Focus Design means shopping at supplier prices as you’ll be shopping directly from the manufacturing source!

Focus Design

Address: Jalan Raya Mas, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali Indonesia 80571
Contact: 0361-978614
Price: From $18 (For the smaller glass globes!)

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11. Whimsical or minimalist, find your light and candle holders here! – Nadita Dewata (light holders, home decor)

Another one of the shops we stumbled on, Nadita Dewata’s light and candle holders are whimsical and  gorgeous.


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Available in mixed metals from gold to brass, and complete with crisp glass cases – there are styles for every mood or theme – ranging from Moroccan lamps to minimalist gold light cases, and the prettiest candle holders to spruce up any room.


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Wander through the aisles and you’ll discover different designs and patterned light and candle holders. We would have totally bought some of the goods here, had it not been for our already overflowing luggages!


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One thing to know, Nadita Dewata offers a made to order service.


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If nothing you see in the shop suits what you’re looking for, you may always strike up conversation with Arri, the lady at the shop – to see how you may work together to create the light or candle holder you want.

Nadita Dewata

Address: Jl. Raya Kerobokan No.21, Kuta, Bali
Contact: 081 999 950084 / 081 236 660209
Price: From $14

12. All about that wood work – Kharisma Dewata (furniture, homeware, home decor, accessories)

Situated close to Nadita Dewata, Kharisma Dewata provides a wide assortment of handcrafted wood homeware. If you’d like to decorate your home with wood accents, you may go furniture shopping here. If not, you can also find wooden bowls, spoons, sculptures and more!


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There’s a delightfully Balinese charm oozing from the humble facade of the shop interiors. Upon closer look, you’ll find that the wood products have a simple, uniquely Balinese charm too.


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Oddly shaped shallow bowls for decorating countertops (or for keeping bits and bobs like your keys in), elevated cake tiers, chopstick sets, and many others.


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The wood designs would go very well with a resort-styled home, or one with a nature meets minimalist theme. Make your way over and pick up a purchase or two!


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Kharisma Dewata

Address: Jln. Raya Kerobokan, Br Taman No.81A
Contact:+62 361 737 074
Price: From $3

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13. Special mention: Handcarved sculptures, wall hangings, dreamcatchers and more – Ebano

While it’s not a dedicated furniture nor homeware shop, and is instead, an art supply store – you will not want to miss this. This shop is one of those places where if you know, you know – and if you don’t, just too bad.

The first thing you’ll see upon entering, are rows and rows of hair sticks.

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Apart from those, the main thing relevant to the furniture and homeware shoppers, are the hand-carved ebony products available here – intricate ebony sculptures just waiting for you to bring home.

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A new addition for your coffee table setting, or simply something to dress up your wall or shelves, it’s super fun walking into Ebano just to check out the latest goods on offer.

PS: Ladies, make sure to grab your hair accessories here, they’re the best prices we’ve found around town! And if you’re feeling up to making your own jewellery, the supplies here are perfect to see you through your very first handmade accessory!

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PPS: Check out the magical dreamcatcher we made with our purchase at Ebano! Needless to say, this hangs proudly on our wall now. ;P

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Address: JL Raya Legian 475 80361, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 761440
Opening hours: (The exact hours are unknown, just make sure to visit during day time between 10am to 5pm!)
Price: From $1

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Are there any more great places to do furniture and homeware shopping in Bali? Comment below to let us know!

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